This restaurant closed down in summer 2018
This authentic Italian restaurant has a prime location on Palma’s Paseo Mallorca, with a pleasant terrace at the front and an elegant interior.
The owner Adriano Cesaretto does his best to make your visit an enjoyable one, with attentive service and a good variety of delicious Italian cuisine, made from high-quality seasonal produce.
There are several menu options when eating here. Monday to Friday lunchtimes they offer a set menu of the week (starter and main plates, with a choice of two dishes for each course).
The risotto and mackerel salad tried were tasty; this is a great-value lunch. At weekends (they are closed Sunday night) they offer a three-course set menu, including dessert. The small à la carte menu (which changes at least every two months) offers some classic Italian dishes, including antipasti such as burrata with rocket and cherry tomatoes, and vitello tonnato, as well as pasta, meat and fish dishes.
Save space for the tiramisu with mascarpone cheese and Amaretto. A good choice of well-priced Italian regional wines is offered, with some wines from Spain, but very few from Mallorca.
We love… the warm Italian hospitality.