Once-forgotten Mallorcan recipes are brought back to life at this artisan bakery at Palma’s Plaza de Weyler. El Fornet de la Soca is a family-run establishment which only uses local ingredients. The bakery has plenty of character thanks to its vintage and reclaimed décor. Visitors will be able to connect with the historic flavours of the island by trying some of their pastries and breads.
Treat yourself to a hot chocolate and ensaimada or a homemade icecream at this iconic 300 year old café in Palma. […] Ca’n Joan de s’Aigo
For their loaves they use rediscovered varieties of Mallorcan flour, such as ‘vestit’ and ‘xeixa’. Traditional sweet and savoury snacks include ‘canyalons’ (a pastry made with homemade cream), ‘robiols’ (a lamb or fruit-filled turnover) and potato-based ‘ensaimades’ known as an ‘entrunyellada’. The price range for individual portions are €2 – €5.
El Fornet de la Soca is open Monday to Saturday from 9.00 to 20.00.