If you want to taste good food with creativity and fun while in Mallorca, you should head to Adrian Quetglas where the Porteño born proposes a solid degustation menu in seven dishes with democratic prices (50 euros) for a haute-cuisine experience.
The atmosphere at the Adrian Quetglas restaurant was more of a sophisticated bistro than a Michelin star restaurant. Adrian Quetglas wants his restaurant and his food to be more accessible to all gourmets and gastronomes.
For our dinner, there was a unique menu of seven dishes with a pairing of five wines. The cuisine of Adrian Quetglas was exactly what we look for when going to a Michelin starred restaurant, his menu was creative, original and most of all well thought through, all the dishes were perfectly dressed and served in the right proportion.
Even the wines we chose were coherent with the meals served. We were a little bit skeptic about the shot of Vodka proposed with the Borsch Adrian Quetglas style, but it turned out to make sense since we know that Adrian Quetglas spent 10 years in Moscow.
The service was multilingual and very warm. For us it was in French by our charming French hostess, Camille, her service was professional, smooth and in tempo.
Adrian Quetglas is highly recommended for all goumets travellers looking for original and innovative cooking without emptying their wallets.
Address : Passeig de Mallorca, 20
Tel :+34 971 78 11 19
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