After some several years Es Moli opens its off-campus flagship restaurant...and what a joy it is. Up until now the excellent Sebastion has had it all...but watch out, for just a few dollars less you can have the finest Med produce tumbled on to your plate in a carnival of colours and tastes that will bring you back for more. The surroundings are Greek-opulent, with citronella oil burning in smoky terra-cotta vats, columnaded terrasse with world class views out over the Deia valley and up to the pretty ringing church. Service with a bright and genuine smile from the accomplished Anna brings a comfort and familiarity which belies what comes next...the food. And it is seriously good. This wonderful eatery brings a new style to the place...simple yet cleverly geared to suit the fussiest of eaters, you just cannot go wrong even if you try...as I did last night by risking the "local" fish dish of the day. Suffice to say it was equal in quality, taste and quantity to my wife's much acclaimed, by her ( a triumph, believe me) sea-bass fillet, with a kaleidoscope of mini-vegetables; rare in med restaurants. Superb. Couple the whole experience with random and unexpected arrivals of canapes ( soft, thin-base pizza square on aioli, topped with anchovy fillets and roasted red-peppers, black olives) and superb mini-loaves, warm as toast, and deliciously light dessert subsitutes (we were stuffed) to follow and you get the picture. No? Then go. Sebastion, we love you, but love knows no loyalty over food!
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