Me and my husband went here whilst on holiday, twice, as we were so blown away by the food and service the first time round, so we made a point of booking a table to come here on our last night before returning home. The location is actually towards to the top of Carrer de can Perot (that runs north-south), on the crossroad with Cami Pas se Son Llarg (MA-1022), some maps have it incorrectly shown as being on a side road to the east.
The menu had a really good selection of dishes, both fish and non-fish options available. We tried the duck with caramelised oranges, steak and suckling pig - the latter being one of the specials on offer when we went back. All the mains came with the most delicious potato gratin. My partner tried the 'Sauce Hubert' with his steak, which he found a little too sweet but I thought it was one of the most amazing things I'd ever tasted (cream and onion-based sauce). The options for dessert change frequently too and were really good - we tried coconut ice cream, profiteroles and cheesecake. The wine menu seemed to also have a good selection, although we stuck with perfectly good house wine at 15 EUR a bottle.
We sat outside in a delightful little courtyard that had an amazing ambience. The service was really excellent, the staff knew exactly how much to leave you alone or when you wanted attending.
This was a truly wonderful place to come to and we can't rate it highly enough - although you might want to book a table if you want to visit during peak season, as the first time we went we had to wait a short while for a table to become available.
BTW if you are walking to/from the restaurant along the road at the top (Cami Pas se Son Llarg/MA-1022) be aware that much of that road doesn't have streetlights so it's fairly dark along there at night!
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