Initially, we went solely on what we read on TA. Arrived around 9pm - on basis that locals eat late - and were provided each with a complimentary vermouth based aperitif and some crudites - including a pickle based 'something' - very good. Owner introduced himself and also gave us a lovely assiette of serrano ham and bread rolls. ham was 'melt in the mouth' epicure and bread dipped in local olive oil was excellent.
Ordered food and a glass of white whilst waiting - very good white rioja.
Shared a starter of 'more' serrano ham, salad and a few king prawns - not bad.
However, the star of the show were the steaks. I had the onglet cut and my wife had entrecote. Both were superb. Cooked to perfection - medium, no blood - and served with a selection of vegetables and a special request of french fries. Tip - Ask for the Argentinian mustard 'equivalent' which was earthy and complimented the steak nicely.
Seriously good beef and polished off with a bottle of 'house recommended' rioja - can't remember the name, but the owner suggested it and at 14.50E, excellent value for money.
Being complete gluttons, we shared an Argentinian pancake, drizzled in a lemon sauce - this was historic.
A really nice touch was the owner came back to the table with the remaining contents of the bottle of white rioja and presented it to us as a gift.
All in all a wonderful dinner in a lovely setting - just beside the Palma - Soller railway station (20 minute leisurely walk or 7E by taxi from the marina).
No hesitation in recommending this place. We went on 3 occasions during our 10 day visit to Palma. Pricewise, we spent 65E - 75E each time.
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