Cán Pedro is not fine dining, it’s quite the opposite, and it’s great!
We arrived to Gènova just before sunset. It was my first visit to this small mountain suburb of Palma de Mallorca known for it’s many well renowned restaurantes. Cán Pedro is not the most pitoresque with it’s over 1 000 seats during high season but the food and ambiance makes up for that.
Make sure to order the toasted bread with fresh garlic, tomatoes, olive oil and sea salt. It’s a “make your own bruscetta” dish with remarkable flauvour. Don’t eat to much though, it’s enough to share. For the main dish I’d recommend the sliced tender file mignon, drenched in olive oil and sea salt for you to grill on hot stones. This dish is just an explosion of meat flavour, hard to match. Eat slow and enjoy with local red wine, Sio is a fauvorite.
Overall it’s affordable, even the secure parking is included. But it’s a bit of a hassle to get there if you don’t have a car, and taxi can be expensive depending on where you live.
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