A substantial menu of creative dishes designed for sharing (tapas style). We started with a delicious selection of raw dishes (with a few glasses of Albariño), the spicy blue fin tuna tartare was our favourite. The black rice with monkfish and aioli and the Andalusian fried Formentera prawns both displayed the skills of the chefs in the kitchen.
The tasting menu for groups of four at 78 Euros per person offers a very good selection of the kitchen’s dishes. Perfect for a long lazy lunch if, like us, you find it difficult to choose. Highlights include the Pecadora salad with sour apple, blue cheese, celery and caramelised pecans, the house “Frits” (squids, baby squids, shrimp, marinated anchovies), and a signature rice dish of cuttlefish, monkfish and shrimp from Formentera. Who could resist finishing with the chocolate and hazelnut sin!
They also have some very innovative cocktails (if rum is your thing, try the Pereza) and an extensive mainly Spanish influenced wine list.