Opened in 2011, Trespais has its name because the chef Domenico Curcio (formerly of Ritzi in Puerto Portals) is half-Italian and half-German, while Jenny Terlers – front of house – is Austrian.
English, Spanish, German
There’s a great mix of warm Austrian hospitality with strong culinary influences from the three countries. Although it isn’t on the seafront (it’s located a few streets back), Trespais does have an attractive courtyard garden for alfresco dining.
Some 90 per cent of diners here are German, but there’s a warm welcome for all nationalities and its popularity is clear as it’s usually very busy. We recommend reserving your table in advance.
They serve dinner only and close Mondays, except public holidays. The cuisine is mainly Mediterranean, with some typical German dishes also available, and some small Asian touches in some dishes.
Seasonal specialities are offered, the menu changes every 2-3 months and offers several different meat and fish options as well as starters such as prawn salad and tuna sashimi. One of the favourite main courses is the so called ‘Negrito’ fish dish which is covered with an olive crust and accompanied with mash of potatoes and sugar peas.
Good selection of reasonably priced wines from Mallorca.
We love: The excellent cuisine and super service.