Reviews on Mediterranean food in Caimari, Spain including Re Organic, Miceli, Foc i Caliu, Sa Tafona de Caimari Restaurant, Ca Na Toneta, Restaurant Sa Tercera, Moli Nou, Celler C'an Marron, Joan Marc Restaurant, Sa Fabrica de Marcel Re[ss]
4 based on 304 reviews
We went here during the week. The restaurant wasn't full and that was a pity. The service was very helpful and the dishes were excellent. Here we saw a young chef who put his passion for food on our plates. The price for this menu was far too low , that's why I wrote : book a table ASAP.
4 based on 342 reviews
JOAN MARC RESTAURANT wants to be a restaurant current and sincere, informal but serious, modern but cozy, with a predominance of local produce and a strong projection to the ecological environment. The idea is to provide maximum comfort and feel of the cl
Joan Marc is without doubt Inca's real top chef. This was our 4th visit and the restaurant and Joan Marc's cooking just gets better and better. The menu features plenty of local ingredients, treated with respect and all the dishes we tried on the evening were perfectly executed but not over complicated with unnecessary garnishes. Highly recommended!!Thank you for visiting us again and sharing the experience.Regards,Joan Marc
4 based on 395 reviews
Lovely restaurant, the food was great (huge sizes and good quality, freshly cooked). The service was also brilliant, very friendly and helpful and willing to explain the different plates. We had a great evening here and would definately return.
4 based on 60 reviews
Very friendly family run restaurant. We sat in their terrace garden with some great (for my taste!) 'oldies' rock/pop music playing softly in the background.The owner/waiter (daughter chef in kitchen) is a non-english speaker and the menu handwritten daily in a notebook (there is only 1) in Spanish. With Google, phrase book and a bit of pointing at other tables we sorted out our order.The food was delicious, freshly cooked and very reasonably priced.We had a lovely evening there.
5 based on 264 reviews
This really is mallorca at its best. The food, especially the paella is exceptional and as always the service is attentive. This isn't the place to go if you want a quick turn around. They care about providing great food and service so be prepared and enjoy a relaxing evening. Booking essential, its great value, you don't be disappointed.
4 based on 388 reviews
Ca Na Toneta is a family owned and operated restaurant with 25 years, every detail is taking care of. You can have one of the most memorable meals in a great and familiar atmosphere, not pretentious and very easy going. It has a bar terrave that has great cocktail creations with or without alcohol.All products are local, so you know you are eating the best posible local and seasonal food that is environmental firendly and sustainable.If you are a Vegan you will love it, if you are not vegan you will love it too.If you are in Majorca you have to eat there.
4 based on 196 reviews
Cycled past on way back from monastery Lluc.We needed a coffee, so stopped at sa Tafona de Caimari. Service fantastic and amazing coffee, delicious croissants. Would realy liked to have returned for dinner.
4 based on 311 reviews
Make sure you book for a Saturday night, although the staff were so helpful and accommodated us - restaurant ambience is traditional majorcan style, excellent food and the waiters were so friendly, smiling all the time. Facu the manager had a great sense of humour and remembered our food selection from the night before - that's what i call good service!
4 based on 517 reviews
This was our second visit. The first time was lunch and we shared a starter and desert and had main dishes each. Remarkable valueSecond time the the smaller of the tasting menus. Very good indeed. Noted the wine mark up relatively modest. Outstanding food and nothing we had ever eaten elsewhere.
4 based on 27 reviews
100% organic restaurant located in a space that follows the parameters of bioconstruction and sustainable interior design. In the restaurant you will find a healthy, sustainable and very tasty cuisine in which different vegetarian,vegan, gluten-free, non-
With its wood and concrete interior, and light shades made partly from recycled plastic bottles(!), this is a cafÃ© worth a side-street detour. If you are gluten-free, then great. So is most of the baking on offer, as are the pancakes. I opted for a gluten-free almond and apricot muffin which was excellent, as was the peppermint tea I had with it. My companion opted for a coffee made with almond milk and turmeric and a gluten-free chocolate muffin - both excellent. Perfect for breakfast, brunch, morning coffee or afternoon tea. Another SÃ³ller gem!
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