No visit to Palma would be complete without a visit to El Pilon.
Here you get real Mallirquim tapas, expertly cooked and generously served.
Today we had padron peppers, tumbet (a speciality of the island. A bit like ratatouille with potatoes and topped off with a quail's egg), chiperones (deep fried baby squid) and some of the biggest and juiciest mussels I've ever eaten. This time we tried the deep fried small crabs which were fantastic.
The paella on the next table looked terrific, too!
Not flashy, but genuine and consistently of the highest quality.
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