Great seafood, good local wines, great service, would come again if close by. On the water, calm breezy nice.
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Such a lovely position over looking the harbour. Food wonderful. Been eating there for over 10 years. One of our holiday high lights. My families favourite restaurant in Mallorca.
Food here is very good. The place is very popular so you really do need to book if visiting in July or August. The lady who I am assuming is an owner served us with our water and managed to miss many of the glasses...More
We were two families that wanted to celebrate the last day of our vacation in Porto Colom. Gladly we found the Sa Llotja restaurant, with a high TripAdvisor ranking and nice review comments. And for this night, we wanted the best the town could offer....More
We have an apartment in s horta and decided to revisit restaurant after a few years . Unfortunately we were very dissapointed. We had booked a table for 7.30 and by 8 nobody had come to see us apart from giving us some water. I...More
Visited for lunch and was rather full from Breakfast so opted for 2 starters and a main for 2 persons. The Nounat white wine was excellent. Had the tuna tartar with mango- interesting, the little squids sautéed chef style which was excellent and the langoustines...More
We had read great reviews and booked a table due to that. We had more than 5 different waiters servicing us and not one gave just a small piece of service. The food was fine - not great - and far too expensive. No value...More
Booked ourselves in for a meal as a treat and we were not disappointed. They gave us a table on the balcony which overlooks the harbour. Service was very efficient and the staff made it feel special. Very good explanations in English of the various...More
Having reviewed this fabulous restaurant before, it is a given, that the quality of the food and service is always excellent. But last night, in horrendous weather conditions the staff really excelled!! At about 7.45pm the heavens opened with torrential rain and hailstones. We were...More