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“....Sebastion, think on...”
Review of Can Quet

Can Quet
Ranked #7 of 28 Restaurants in Deia
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$43 - US$98
Cuisines: Mediterranean
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Description: Can Quet is a restaurant with unique views to the charming Deya village. It offers an exquisite selection of meats, fishes, rice and vegetables at grill. Every ingredient of our cuisine is granted to have the highest quality. Perfect to have dinner or lunch in its spectacular terraces while being in touch with nature, in the middle of the Tramuntana Mountains. Can Quet is located in a charming location that makes it a romantic, quiet and peaceful restaurant to enjoy with all five senses. You can discover Deya eating an exquisite lunch or a healthy dinner. A restaurant with years of history, large experience and plenty of loyal customers. Always in constant renovation, this year with new kitchens, grills and facilities, besides new decorations and a brand new image. Furthermore, this year Can Quet Restaurant offers an agenda of concerts, art expositions and cultural, artistic events for the current season. Nature, wonderful views, unique charm, peaceful environment, delicious cuisine, art and culture, all at a reasonable price.
Reviewed 4 July 2014 via mobile

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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3  Thank tectak
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Reviewed 30 May 2014

This is the third year we have returned to Es Moli and decided to give their fine dining restaurant a go on the last night of our Holliday.
Great to be welcomed by lovely Anna who was our waitress for the evening.
The hotel are lucky to have her she is so smiley and nothing is too much trouble.
After careful deliberation we went for the 60e menu.
This included we were told a selection of wines. We were expecting a different wine per course that complimented the food.I was looking forward to a pudding wine especially
We had the same red and white all evening which was a delicious organic Spanish wine from Jeon Leon . Is a selection two?
The fish course was scallops and mushroom canelloni in a foam........On this occasion no foam was forthcoming just a sauce!
The veal fillet was delicious and the dauphinoise potatoes were cooked perfectly with no rice pudding aftertaste which we experienced eating out in another restaurant in Deia.
The Tarte Tatan sadly was slightly burnt and the chocolate fondant my husband had was rather heavy.There was a sorbet available but we were rising to the challenge of feeling full to the brim.
On the night we visited it was cold so we sat inside but there are two lovely terrace areas with great views of Deia,the mountains and the Sea.
Slightly in a dilemma of how to rate this restaurant.
Through greed we chose the largest menu and thought we would explode by the end. Our fault.
Only two wines was not what we were expecting.....but they were delicious.
The pudding was burnt which was disappointing
Staff and general ambience was wonderful.
I know we will probably return but go for the smaller menu!

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Thank Wendy G
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Reviewed 24 May 2014

We stayed at the Es Moli hotel for one week and ate at this beautiful restaurant twice!
Anna and Juan Jose were brilliant hosts and the food was just delicious! We had the mid priced menu of 45 euros which included Mallorca wines and I have to say it was unbeatable value.
I would highly recommend this restaurant ....the setting is just beautiful and even if you are not staying at the hotel it is open to non residents so my advice would be try it....you won't be disappointed!

4  Thank barbara h
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Reviewed 2 May 2014 via mobile

The Es Moli hotel has re-opened its gourmet restaurant.
Continuing the tradition established by the gifted chef Luis Salinero, it now offers no less than three tasting menus:

1. Four courses, which include Mallorcan Suckling Pig, at €35 with wine extra.

2. Five courses, with Mallorcan wines included, at €45.

3. Seven courses, including a selection of Jean Leon's wines from Penedes, at €60.

On the 1st May opening night, we sampled the seven course meal and now can't wait to try the other menus!

Thank Richard H
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Reviewed 4 November 2017
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1  Thank Rafael R
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