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4 based on 123 reviews
After a wonderful meal at this charming restaurant take a trip into Irene Peukas shop/ workshop in the main square. Buy a pair of the coolest and most comfortable designer Pla shoes or a beautiful dress designed by Irene and woven by Guatemalen artesans. Not to be missed!
4 based on 82 reviews
Absolutely delicious . Matched with wonderful Gambas Ajillo to start. Followed by Solomillo de Cerdo and a bottle of El Cato Rioja . Lovely mallorquin restaurant in the heart of Sineu run by a local family. Part of its charm is that you are surrounded by historical artefacts relevant to the local area and island as a whole. Had an excellent good value meal.
4 based on 200 reviews
Great restaurant. Paleta Iberico to start followed by delicious Solomillo de Cerdo with sobrasada and honey served on mashed potatoes studded with wild mushrooms. Wonderful bottle of Rosat Aguja . Service superb. Fantastic evening and a great end to the stay in Sineu....a small village blessed with excellent restaurants. If only restaurants in the UK were this good ...
4 based on 40 reviews
Stopped here for dinner on a short visit to Sineu (lovely little town and worth the trip). Service was very friendly and welcoming (including for small children). Food was also very good: Ensalada Caliente is my recommendation.
4 based on 31 reviews
Had a great time here coffees, Gin and Tonics, tapas, nipples (gambon black or negri) and great staff not good english but we got on very well had a great fun trying to understand each other, stopped here for drinks and possible tapas starter then go to other restaurants then back for coffee and Brandy great prices.
Would go back here in a flash, locals speak to you after ola, comi esta, everything very close, personnel service and Tapas is very good standard done with care try the gaspacho and sea food frito. Thanks from us both.
5 based on 340 reviews
RESTAURANT AND PETIT HOTEL IN MALLORCA DaiCa is a balance between innovation and tradition. A family project of David Ribas and Caterina Pieras which is born in 2012 and aims to unite gastronomy and wellbeing in one space, in a unique corner of Mallorca. If you're looking for a restaurant which offers a creative and healthy gastronomical offer, along with a Petit Hotel in Mallorca, then DaiCa is your choice. A healthy and creative culinary vision which gets its nutrients from the traditional Mallorcan and Catalan recipes in harmony with technique and the intuition of experience and Deep respect for seasonal, local and quality products. Our Petit Hotel has three charming rooms where you can relax and rest in a peaceful atmosphere full of personality. Rest after a long day’s hiking, or spend the night here after a wonderful meal.
Believe all of the reviews... this restaurant is incredible! The atmosphere is relaxed and calming - we all commented how being in DaiCa was the most relaxed we'd felt all week - and the tasting menu is out of this world. It was lovely to sample lots of Mallorcan cuisine, particularly as it was so creatively chosen and put together. They catered well for a non-seafood eater in our party, swapping in a different course. I think the food changes a lot, but we had tapas, breads with oils, aubergine, prawns/pork, veal, lemon dessert. Excellent value for money at €42 per head, excellent service and I only wish that there was a DaiCa in the UK
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Friendly personal, original recipes carefully done. Two times a success! Heerlijk gegrild varkens vlees 'secret', lamsrack smelt op de tong!Dear Bert, Thank you very much for your comment, we are always so glad to know that our guests enjoy our restaurant! We hope to see you soon back! Our best regards,
4 based on 153 reviews
Having struggled all week to find proper Mallorcan food in Palma we were delighted to stumble on this lovely restaurant opposite the station. We took the train from Palma to visit the Wednesday market in Sineu (well worth doing) and had lunch while waiting for the train back. The lamb was succulent and to die for and the service was charming. Would definitely return
4 based on 19 reviews
Interesting building and welcoming staff.We had beautifully cooked lamb as our main course. Good range of choices for other courses. We were just a couple but it is clearly very family friendly.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Wednesday is market day in Sineu. Found this small cafe with a comprehensive crepe menu. Will satisfy savoury and dessert cravings. Great place to watch the throng of people and very good coffee. Great value and good food to last for the trek around the market stalls.
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