Església de Sant Antoni de Viana
Augustinian fathers occupied this site from shortly after the 1229 conquest, but this church was built between 1757 and 1768. The...
Claustre de Sant Antoniet
The Claustre de Sant Antoniet is a baroque gem that belongs to the BBVA bank. The two-tiered, oval-shaped enclosure was built in 1768...
Església de Sant Miquel
Raised after the conquest of Mallorca, this church is a striking mix. It was one of the first four churches built on the site of a...
This old antique shop has been transformed into one of the most original places in Palma to nurse a drink and nibble on tapas. Antiques...
Marc Fosh's second baby is this nouveau-rustic brasserie, which combines a basement restaurant with an attractive upstairs patio. The...
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Lonely Planet review
Lovingly prepared Mediterranean cooking with a novel flourish is the order of the day at this 17th-century convent refectory, one of the home kitchens of chef Marc Fosh, whose CV twinkles with Michelin stars. A slick, monochrome interior and courtyard provide the backdrop for high-quality, reasonably priced menus. The three-course lunch menu for €21.50 is a terrific deal.
Flavours here are clean, bright and seasonal. You might begin with, for instance, mango gazpacho with Sóller prawns and avocado, followed by, say, hake in a herb crust with blood orange and asparagus. Reservations are essential.