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1. Recommend reservations in advance (but our hotel got us in same day due to a cancellation)
2. Also... Recommend this only for able bodied folks. The taxi dropped us off at a closed gate we had to climb over as it is locked. Then...More
Wonderful day walking down for lunch, then swimming in the bay until the sunset. Lunch is made over an outdoor flaming coal grill, the man running the kitchen looked like he had been born making paella.
Don't be put off by the 45 minute walk to get to the restaurant from the carpark, that itself is a very enjoyable and scenic walk. Once you arrive, you have more than earned your meal, and it didn't disappoint! We had a large group...More
We did the (in)famous paella walk towards the restaurant and it was worth it. You can see the chefs making the (seafood) paellas. Check the openingtimes before driving here, because it isn't always open. Accessible for small boats.
Reservation is needed most of the times,...More
Went last night to watch the sunset. After spending €20 on two apperol spritz and cokes we needed the toilet. There is a sign saying customers from the terrace may use the toilets. I was told I couldn’t use them by the rudest waitress I...More
We didn’t end up eating here - instead we dined up the hill at Mirador Na Foradada which was excellent! Sa Foradada is closed on Thursdays and only open 12.30-4pm on the other days. It is also only open May-October. The walk down took about...More
Date of visit: May 2019
Theo_Sa_Foradada, Responsable relations clients at Sa Foradada, responded to this reviewResponded June 3, 2019
I'm sorry that you did all the way to find a closed door at the end. You should have looked at our schedules before going down.
Indeed the restaurant has a very rustic style, that's what makes all its charm.
I'm sorry but...More
This restaurant offers everything. The walk down the hill takes about 40min to an hr depending on your walking speed - with our two daughters (6&8) it took over an hr as there was the donkey family with a little one, Cristal stones to search...More
Travelled from Valldemossa to eat here. Very easy to miss the signs ( notoriously small most of the time) when you’re driving on a narrow twisting mountain road so we had to travel some way before we could u- turn and head back...only for it...More