This understated restaurant offers food from all around the globe, with a three course menu del dia for just €16. Food (7/10)Service (7/10)Value (7.5/10) Pork belly bao with avocado and coleslaw. If i'm being honest, i'm finding it incredibly difficult to write a review about restaurants that are actually good. Like Jay Rayner said, "Narratives … Continue reading Palillos y Cuchillos, Palma de Mallorca: ‘Bao, Tom Yum and Nachos all under one roof.’
I ignored all the warning signs of the classic 'all mouth and no trousers' restaurant, and yet I still ate here. So I guess I got what I deserve when I was still hungry after a bloody three course meal. Fried Chicken at Noveno B Food (5/10)Value for money (4/10)Service (6/10) Any restaurant that likes … Continue reading Noveno B, Palma de Mallorca: ‘No quality, nor quantity.’
Big and bold dishes packed full with authentic Mexican flavour. Food (8/10)Service (7/10)Value (7/10) Cochinita Pibil and Tinga de Guerrero at Chapultapec After going to Madrid last year and encountering the cheapest and best Mexican EVER, I get irritated going to any other Mexican restaurant. Takos al Pastor Restauraunt in Madrid sells tacos for a … Continue reading Chapultapec, Palma de Mallorca: ‘Generous Plates of Mexican Homecooking.’
From the outside, this unassuming restaurant looks like any other street corner cafe, but its so much more than that. Food (9/10)Value (10/10)Service (10/10) Blood sausage with piquillo peppers and apple purée. I've never really trusted a cheap lunch menu. I think I've been hurt in the past too many times as a tourist, lured … Continue reading Vida Meva, Palma de Mallorca: ‘A top class restaurant masquerading as a humble cafe.’
The queues that form outside this cafe at all hours of the day are publicity enough to prove that this is the most popular place on the island to get an ensaimada, a beautiful pastry made with flour, water, sugar, eggs and pork lard.