My spouse and I were introduced to this restaurant by our friends who live nearby. The decor is sort of a modern rustic chic with extensive use of unfinished OSB on the walls and tables but, more old world exposed beams on the ceilings, and LED lighting. The two servers never slow down and manage to handle the entire place without missing a beat. The menu is varied and offers an excellent selection of tapas, pasta, and others. We tended to concentrate on the tapas for both of our dinner visits here and were not disappointed. Well, maybe the nachos were a bit disappointing. Too much cheese made eating them individually or with civility impossible. But, they were tasty. In total for both meals we had a tapas sampling board, octopus with potatoes, nachos (mentioned earlier), absolutely amazing shrimp gyoza, and for desserts the chocolate brownie and pistachio mousse. Nothing was a complete miss and two, the shrimp gyoza and octopus were exceptional. Overall, we will return to this new restaurant on subsequent trips to Majorca (next one January 2020).
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