About Ritzi Palma
Ritzi Palma restaurant is located in the atmospheric area of La Lonja, very close to the city’s seafront and the impressive Gothic former mercantile exchange known as Sa Llotja. This smart slickly run restaurant is the sister establishment of the renowned Ritzi Puerto Portals – and the name Ritzi is synonymous with authentic Italian cuisine, served with warm and professional hospitality in a stylish but comfortable setting.
The Mallorcan capital’s Ritzi Palma is open every day for lunch and dinner.
The 120-cover restaurant is within the smart boutique BO Hotel, but has its own direct entrance from the street. You’re likely to be eating with a mix of local people – who appreciate the high-quality good-value lunch menu – and discerning city visitors. The dining area covers the ground and mezzanine floors and, for evening drinks before or after dinner, the Ritzino bar is just across the narrow street.
Claudio Marini is the general manager of both Ritzi Palma and BO Hotel.
Cuisine at Ritzi Palma
Ritzi Palma offers Italy’s best-loved cuisine, carefully created by chef Giancarlo Mellone and his team in the spacious kitchen. Equipment here includes a Josper charcoal oven and an authentic Italian ham-carving machine (the latter located in the dining area).
The restaurant has an à la carte menu and an excellent-value daily three-course lunch menu, with choices for each course.
A number of the dishes are marked on the menu as containing ingredients popularly classified as ‘superfoods’.
Examples of menu dishes:
Crispy octopus from the charcoal
Steak tartar, prepared at the table
Antipasto ‘Ritzi Palma’ (selection of antipasti for two people)
Linguine with black squid sauce and spicy arrabbiata giant prawns
Raviolis stuffed with beetroot
Fresh tuna with pistachio crust
300g veal chop – from the Josper oven
Seafood and fish platter from the fish market
Sgroppino with lemon
Warm apple tart with ice cream