About Fera Restaurant & Bar
Fera Restaurant & Bar is located in the heart of Palma. It is housed in a beautifully restored old palace, steeped in history and culture. The restaurant is a delight to the senses, with old stone archways, eclectic interiors and curated artwork. But it is the Mediterranean-Asian food which is the soul of this space.
Fera is open 6-days a week (excluding Sunday). It offers both an à la carte and 3-course menu for lunch, while for dinner there is a choice of 3-different tasting menus, including a surprising 5-course vegetarian option. Its chic lounge is open for cocktails and tapas from 13h-midnight.
The wine list is stand-out with over 60 wines, many exclusive to the restaurant. The cosy library is perfect for small private lunches and dinners, while the main dining room is great for a private meal or any celebration.
The chef and the food
Austrian born, Executive Chef, Simon Andreas Petutschnig, is an established figure in the competitive world of Mallorcan restaurants. Before joining Fera and The Kitchen as Executive Chef and partner, he brought his culinary skills to Quadrat at the award winning Sant Francesc Hotel.
With Fera, Petutschnig brings his signature “MediterrAsian,” style of cooking to the next level. Dishes include a special Nori Seaweed with Wagyu beef and truffle emulsion, Mediterranean sea bass with pumpkin cream, curry rocks, yuzu gel and cilantro, or Dumplings with Mallorcan suckling pig and shitake mushrooms.
A curated dining experience
Working with the well established ABA Art Gallery in Palma, Fera restaurant is curated with work from the Levy Family’s private collection, and features pieces by leading contemporary artists, many from Spain, including, Lin Utzon, Tonu Garay, Ñaco Fabré, Enric Riera, Alex Proba, and Liliane Csuka. The art has been carefully installed to enhance the space and in keeping with the history and style of the building. Each piece has its perfect niche and offers diners an opportunity to view works from this top Spanish collection. In the future, art exhibitions are planned for the garden, offering diners a larger visual and sensory feast.