Toque de Queda is a delightful restaurant/bar set within an antique bakery in central Palma. The ancient Moorish oven dates back to the early 14th century and would have once been manned by a baker out on the street. Neighbours would have brought their own bread to the oven to be baked. During the 1500s, an arch was built over the oven, in a first step to turning it towards the building it is today. The friendly Italian owners, Alicia and Cava, made sure to retain all the old features, and then added nostalgic touches from the 70s and 80s.
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The menu of high quality artisan produce consists of tapas and platters ideal for sharing. A selection of charcuterie and cheese illustrates the couples’ Reggio Emilia roots. To balance the meat dishes the duo create fresh, creative salads and Mediterranean vegetable dishes. The quirky dining room invites guests to dine together at a large central table, or separately at smaller individual ones. There is also a charming courtyard.
Toque de Queda is open from Monday to Saturday from 17.00 to 23.30. Reserving a space to eat is highly recommended as it is small and very popular.