We were in on a Saturday night in October and it was quiet. The setting is beautiful but there was a rarefied silence that wasn't right and we seemed to be sitting in some sort of outside air conditioning draft. The service was excellent but somehow the formal white gloves routine feels a bit outdated.The food was very good but not to the extent where your mouth is blown away with taste and you can't actually talk for the experience each mouthful brings. The Mediterranean fish soup was lovely with chunky white fish and the sea bass was good too...but the 'blown away' factor was missing. Little uninspired by desserts and would have liked something more inventive for the chocolate pudding - disappointed at the lack of local seasonal fruit used. All very good and to a high standard but wouldn't be my first choice in Deia - that certain something was missing. Probably the least inspired Michelin restaurant I have been to (only been to a couple though!)
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