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 bookshop offers well-regarded, two-week intensive Spanish courses.
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...
Carrer de la Missió 7A · interesting places nearby
Simply Fosh information
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.