Restaurant Celler Sa Premsa
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Restaurant Celler Sa Premsa information
A visit to this local institution is almost obligatory. It's a cavernous tavern filled with huge old wine barrels and has walls plastered with faded bullfighting posters – you find plenty such places in the Mallorcan interior but they're a dying breed here in Palma. Mallorcan specialities dominate the menu.
Come here for the well-prepared roast lamb, tumbet (Mallorcan-style vegetable ratatouille), frito mallorquín (sautéed lamb offal with fried potatoes, onions and herbs), pork with cabbage, and rabbit with onion. But it's the atmosphere that you'll really remember.