With over 35 years of experience, this is the place to go if you want to try what the local cuisine is all about. They only use regional, fresh, seasonal produce in their dishes.
The restaurant is decorated with antiques and traditional Mallorcan furniture and pieces. In this same building lived the 19th-century poet Miguel Costa i Llobera.
Specialities include Trampó, Sopas Mallorquinas, Tumbet, Frit Mallorquín, Arros Brut, or Lechona Asada. They also offer a children's menu.
In the summer, they open every day from 12:30 to 15:30 and from 18:30 to 23:30. In winter, open Tuesday to Sunday from 12:30 to 15:30 and from 18:30 to 23:30. Closed from January 15th to March 15th.
- "We were lucky to get a table here at only a few hours notice and judging from the number of people dropping in and being turned away booking in advance is recommended. Such a lovely restaurant, both inside and the garden at the back. The quality of the food (mostly Mallorcan) was superb and the service was perfect. Such a lovely evening, we'll be back next time we visit Alcudia." - Trip Advisor
- "The staff are really friendly, and appreciated my attempt to order in Spanish - they helped me! I had "sepia a la plancha", which was the best I have ever eaten. Eating in the conservatory at the back is probably best; outdoors if it's fine, but they can cover it if the weather is not so good. It is advisable to reserve a table in advance since it gets very busy." - Trip Advisor
- "Very good restaurant with friendly service and very good authentic food. Sit outside in front or back of the restaurant for the best experience. The paella is excellent!" - Trip Advisor
- Calle Sant Vicenc 14