Gorgeous views of Portocolom’s old village and harbour can be enjoyed from the terrace of this seasonal first-floor restaurant. The dining room (45 covers) is light-filled and contemporary in design, with lots of wood incorporated into the décor.
The large decked terrace seats 60 diners; on cool evenings blankets are available for those who want to enjoy the sea air and lovely surroundings.
During July and August, the restaurant is closed at lunchtime. Sa Llotja offers a choice of dining at both lunchtime and for dinner: there’s a set three-course menu, which changes weekly and costs 36 euros (with a choice of three starters, three mains, and the dessert of the day, including wine, water, and bread).
We noted a cream soup of lemongrass and curry, and mains of prawns in dill sauce. Diners can also choose dishes from the à la carte menu, which is priced for the quality of the restaurant, its food, and super setting. At lunchtime (not Sundays), some lighter individual dishes are also offered.
There are Austrian touches in the cuisine and, of course, a choice of fresh fish caught in Mallorcan waters.
We love: The wonderful views from this restaurant and terrace, located on the upper floor of the port office.