Yet another return visit to this lovely little gem - this time for lunch, and it was a glorious Mallorcan April day, so an idea opportunity to enjoy the delightful courtyard garden, now looking particularly lovely with its mature grapevine, ivy and the lovely nispero tree in the centre. We opted for tapas this time, and shared baby squid, carpaccio (not in fact tapas, but a starter), Russian salad (a Spanish speciality, given a twist with the addition of anchovies), patatas braves and calamares a la romana. The proprietor warned us that these were not the usual 'Tourist-size' portions, and he was right - they were much more generous. There is a fantastic selection of dishes - my husband is a bit iffy about some of the meatier, offal-based tapas, so I couldn't order those, but had I been alone I would have run riot! Everything was delicious; my children ordered off the separate snack menu and were more than satisfied with their escalopes and squid. Although we were already full we couldn't resist 'fried milk' for dessert - a Spanish dish, which can best be described as like Spanish churros, but in semi-liquid form - impossible to describe actually, but really delicious. This is one of the best restaurants in Puerto Pollensa - in the top three, in my opinion - the food is truly superb and, whilst it is sometimes quiet out of season, the charming proprietor more than makes up for that.
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