If you want to lunch in a quiet and beautiful place in the heart of the historic city of Palma in Mallorca, you should head to the stylish hotel Sant Francesc and its restaurant, Quadrat.
Quadrat Restaurant & Garden has a beautiful patio with eight tables, where in spring and summer you can lunch or dine in a cosy and relax atmosphere.
Alfonso Lillo, a Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal alum, is the executive chef at Quadrat where he prepares the three-course “Menu Del Dia” which changes every two or three days depending on the local market. For 22 euros, we got a dish of Pica Pica (that means "small plates of tapas") to be shared by the whole table, a main dish and dessert.
The small tapas were tasty and delicious; our main dishes were good and the dessert were excellent. The only gastronomic faux-pas we noticed was the Heinz tomato ketchup they serve with their homemade French fries. A five-star resort and restaurant should ban these products and make their own sauce.
The wine list had an option for every taste, including a great selection of Catalan and Mallorcan wines.
The service was warm, nice and efficient.
Quadrat is the kind of address you want keep to yourself, it feels so exclusive.
QuadratAddress: Plaça de Sant Francesc, 5. Patio,07001 Palma, Balearic IslandsSpain
Tel: +34 971 49 50 00
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