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This trip is not for the faint hearted I spent most of the journey up the mountain in the Seat well with my hands over my eyes 👀however once you arrive at the restaurant it is lamb feast never to be forgotten the tapas is...More
Well the lamb and steak was amazing. Journey there not for faint hearted but great views . However service was as if they weren’t bothered . We had 2 kids nothing for them to eat as a massive steak wouldn’t work. We were left to...More
Third time eating at Es Verger and this time I didn't order the lamb. The goat was very tasty and my friends enjoyed their lamb and pork. The service is a little 'rustic', but that's not a huge problem as the experience is great.
The drive and the view are beautiful and sometimes scary with the small roads and all the switchbacks with cars/bikes and hikers going both ways and only room for one... but take your time be prepared to stop back up move over and you will...More
It’s a shame, but we were disappointed with this place. Ever since seeing Rick Stein’s show when he visited here, I’ve wanted to go.
The food was fine, but the staff were disinterested, and with a bucket of mayo open to flies I can’t say...More
Went today as a family of 4 and a toddler, the food was incredible! The lamb shoulder was amazing, it melted in your mouth. The pork was full of flavour.
The house wine was really nice.
The mountain road is a little challenging but is...More
Finally, some real local and authentic food in Mallorca!
The place is very rustic, service is very nice and the food, oh my it was delicious! We got lamb steaks with salad and potatoes and everything was so yummy. The meat was so tender it...More
On top of the hill (323 meter up from Alaro a 5k walk) lies this restaurant. The place is creepy, a band of brothers, a messy yeard, the sheeps, the lambs, of whom some are silenced..
The food was uninspired and a waste of our...More
Took a taxi with friends and walked from the restaurant to the castle on the hill (45 minutes) - had a cold beer with fabulous views and strolled down - Lunch had a very limited choice but blame was great as was the slow cooked...More