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4 based on 28 reviews
A small, charming bar and restaurant. Where you can find tradicional dishdes, meditarranean cuisine, "tapas" and weekends we offer fresh fish and veagen food. Dont forget that you can also have a drink and chat with your friends. We open at 18.00from Tues
Small and friendly in the centre of Alaro...with an open kitchen area...and covered dining area behind All food freshly prepared and well presented. Prices are very reasonable...good for family or a couple out for an evening ...From a snack to a full dinner...local wine by the glass...You wont be disappointed
We fancied a cake for afternoon tea and had a quick Google for places nearby and came up with Forn i Pastisseria - we weren't disappointed.Despite not speaking much Spanish, and the assistant not speaking much English - you can get by by just pointing and smiling, and the assistant was very patient with me.All of the cakes and pastries and desserts looked amazing, the 2 we choose: a strawberry roll, and a rectangular layered coconut pastry were delicious. Light, flavoursome and exquisitely presented, I could have happily eaten everything in the window counter.Two beautiful cakes for â¬2,50 each - an absolute bargain (you'd be paying Â£3-4 each in Patisserie Valerie in the UK), and these were much nicer than Pat Val too.I'm definitely heading back there again during this holiday.A gem of a place and friendly staff too. Thanks!
4 based on 136 reviews
The overall setting of the restaurant is nice. You can sit outside in the middle of the market square. Really nice. The waiters are quite quick and very friendly. The menu is quite alright, we went for a nice bottle of Rose with the freshly made paella. The wine was recommended by the waiter, local, and definitely good. The paella was without a question one of the best we have ever had in our lives. The pricing is reasonable for what your get and most important - if you ordered it. The olives and bread are served without asking and priced even if you even touched them. On our bill was also some undefinable position, Spanish description only. Overall more than 10 Euros we had to pay without getting anything for it. Without that rip-off possibly four star rating. Now we really feel like exploited and will always remember that. If not for my wife I would have rated two stars only!
4 based on 214 reviews
Tripadvisor triumphs again! We were marooned in central Mallorca with no idea of where to eat on a Sunday evening, and TA finds us a fabulous restaurant just 8 Kms from our hotel, which hit the spot completely.We thoroughly enjoyed the home cooking which was inexpensive, well presented and delicious. The restaurant itself is cosy, attractive and romantic (it was our wedding anniversary). And the host, Tony, was informative, friendly and interesting.We also had a great bottle of the local wine, Ribas de Cabrera.Well recommended!
4 based on 88 reviews
We had dinner here twice during a recent visit to Alaro.Service was excellent and Staff were very friendly and appropriately attentive.We both loved our food choices and everything we had was very well presented and prepared supported by a keenly priced wine list .With the added bonus of being right on the main square where you can linger and watch the world go by.Whats not to like.
4 based on 85 reviews
After we had to revise our travel plans on Mallorca and returned to AlarÃ³, we tested this restaurant and were surprised. The ambient is really nice. Industrial style, cozy, nice furniture, good music. Possibly not understandable why there are tons of wine glasses on the tables, but ok. You can also see the chef cooking. We liked it. Service is really good, no questions here. Speed is ok, also from the chef. The menu is compact, not a lot to choose from, what we prefer. We dined two evenings here and were never disappointed taste wise. On the contrary. Starters yummy, mains excellent (but lacking sides), only desserts possibly a little bit uninspired (chocolate combo). Everything freshly prepared. Compliment. Prices are absolutely reasonable, especially for what you get. In our opinion the best restaurant we tested during our stay in AlarÃ³. Enjoy!
5 based on 291 reviews
Little restaurant near the church. Nice terrace with jasmin and flowers, home made kitchen, fresh products and lot of care. We like spices and herbs from the garden. Nice ambiance.
It is rare occasion that I discover s chef of such talent with great humility. His palate is quite superb, a total one man kitchen. His creativity and the delivery of a perfect marriage of his ingredients are sublime. We dined here two years ago and in our opinion the food has improved yet again. Michelin Guide be aware this kitchen deserves a Star.
4 based on 624 reviews
Very famous, but very simple restaurant. No website and is visited by word of mouth.
This iconic family owned restaurant is situated at the top of a very rugged and uneven drive which at times, can be nerve wracking, if you happen to be either a nervous driver or worse still a nervous passenger who suffers from Vertigo.This place is NOT a fine dining establishment, but, is legendary, having played host over the years to many celebrated chefs from around the world who have passed through its doors. The family breed Sheep so it is entirely possible that the lamb you eat, was a direct relative of any number of Sheep seen rambling around the grounds and yard behind the main building, which houses a simple and rustic restaurant.Whilst the menu, offers more than just lamb, it was the lamb that we came for, served with potatoes and salad.It is what it is, a tick off my bucket list. Somewhat chaotic service, lots of shouting from the kitchen and a little old lady sitting by the door, who I suspect is the Matriarch.Worth a visit, to say that you have been and you will unlikely not leave hungry.
4 based on 18 reviews
tapas, meals, wine rations, hams, cheeses. located in the center of Inca. parking 3 minutes. comfortable local, spectacular decor, relaxed and familiar atmosphere
Desayuno excelente con ingredientes de primera.DecoraciÃ³n exquisita con mucho gusto que hace que te sientas muy a gusto. La Ãºnica pega, y quizÃ¡s sea mas personal es que no tienen cafetera profesional y no soy muy fan de Nespresso, pero por lo demÃ¡s MUY BIEN
4 based on 304 reviews
We went here during the week. The restaurant wasn't full and that was a pity. The service was very helpful and the dishes were excellent. Here we saw a young chef who put his passion for food on our plates. The price for this menu was far too low , that's why I wrote : book a table ASAP.
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