Bistro, Restaurant restaurants in Spain
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This carefully orchestrated gourmet hideaway, with dark-timber floors and art on the walls, is surprisingly well priced. The creative cooking includes dishes like sautéed calamari with sobrassada (spicy Mallorcan sausage) and pine nuts. The midday menú del día is similarly good value at €14.
Now here's something special. Run by an Irish-Cambodian couple, Las Olas divides the day into two: lunch is all about fresh Mediterranean flavours with international twists, while dinner is a Vietnamese-Cambodian affair.
Other innovations include tapas sefardis (Jewish tapas), in recognition of the fact that the restaurant's location is on the cusp of Palma's old Jewish Quarter.