Rotana Restaurant in Santa Catalina is another of the international restaurants that is changing the face of dining in Palma. Although popular around the world, there are few, if any, other Lebanese restaurants on Mallorca and Rotana has filled that niche.
About Rotana Restaurant
Formerly on Calle Sant Magí, this restaurant is now located in a much bigger premises on Calle Annibal complete with an internal courtyard. Husband and wife team, Mamdoh and Pilar have worked hard to make this restaurant feel like a home-from-home with their various artefacts and paintings from their travels around the globe. The native Lebanese chefs have taken their traditional recipes from Beirut to the island for a real authentic experience.
The food at Rotana Restaurant
Traditional Lebanese food is served in generous portions and with plenty of flavour. Lebanese mezze (most of which is suitable for vegetarians or vegans) including hummus, moutabel, kibbeh, stuffed vine leaves and falafel. Main courses include Moussaka, Lebanese mixed grill and slow cooked lamb amongst other delicious specialities.
Rotana can also cater for large groups due to the size of the restaurant and will provide a choice of three set menus for your special occasion. At the weekends there is also, on occasion, a belly dance show to keep guests entertained and the opportunity to try a traditional Arabic shisha.
If you haven’t tried Lebanese food or miss your favourite Arabic treats from home then go to Rotana and have a truly Middle Eastern experience.