An international affair in the heart of Palma
As one of the newer fine-dining eateries in Palma, Adrian Quetglas has already made a big impression after it became only the second restaurant in the city to be awarded a Michelin star.
The man behind the restaurant, Adrian Quetglas, was born in Buenos Aires, boasts Mallorcan blood and has worked in Paris, London and Moscow, and this mix of influences is behind his international gastronomic vision brought to life expertly in Palma.
Situated on the colonnaded Passeig de Mallorca just off Avenida Jaime III, Palma’s upmarket shopping street, the restaurant makes a superb lunch spot for yacht-goers indulging in some retail therapy. But, only around a kilometre from the port, it’s also within easy reach for an evening out.
Smart, contemporary décor with white walls and wooden floors ensures the food does the talking –aesthetics here are taken very seriously by the talented team of chefs - and, as well as indoor seating, there are tables on the canopied terrace out front.
Using natural products, traditional recipes and avant-garde techniques from a variety of cultures Quetglas has created a seriously delectable menu. Expect the likes of algas broth with marinated prawns and spicy coconut balls, beef with Mallorcan summer truffles and blossom desert with melon and mint toffee.
An urban five-course menu is available at noon, while a wider tasting of seven courses is available at night. Menus change regularly.
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Using natural products, traditional recipes and avant-garde techniques from a variety of cultures Quetglas has created a seriously delectable menu"