Again, we stumbled upon this hidden gem while wandering through the backstreets of Palma on empty stomachs that refused to settle for the touristy replicas of authentic city cuisine. We needed the real deal in an atmosphere that exuded local charm while protecting us from the searing midday heat – and the Santa Eulalia did just that. Upon entering the restaurant, we soon realized that it was a pretty popular joint as we had to wait nearly half an hour to get a table. From what I observed, regular patrons seemed to be given seating priorities which, though annoying, was understandable as being a small town boy, this was how a lot of the coffee shops worked back home (in a sort of “blood is thicker than water” kind of way). We opted to have the two-course lunch set that came at a bargain for just 10 euros. For starters, we had a choice of either a salad or a pasta dish while for the main course we had the option of a meat or a seafood dish. Complimentary desserts were fixed – a tarta or slice of cake – but even for that, we could choose the flavours we wanted… Simply amazing! The casual atmosphere kept us in conversation throughout the course of the meal and we ended up closing down the place. To say it was a great afternoon is an understatement.
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