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I am reluctant to write a bad review, since I think we were probably just unlucky, we went her just after there had been a peer cut for 1.5 hours on the island, so i think they were rushing to catch up.
However both our...More
Date of visit: November 2018
Raquel G, Propietario at S'Abeurada de Can Simonet, responded to this reviewResponded 4 November 2018
Gracias por su opinión Martín. Aún así le tengo que corregir una cosa sobre la ensalada que se tomó. Puede...More
I had the carpaccio of tuna with black salt, plum tomatoes and sunflower seeds and the softest cooked sword fish (a generous 3-piece portion) with buttered mashed potatoes. Super delicious. The lentil soup was hearty and generous.
A rare find.
We’ll try the dinner...More
Love this place. Informal, friendly, fun. Can get very busy as it is a favorite for locals. A good selection of tapas, all the standards as well as some interesting variations. Worth a visit (or three...).
we found it trough the TA reviews. It's an unassuming place, but with Spanish local service and very tasty and reasonably priced plates. We went there twice, had frita de pulpo, little burgers, rolls of salmon with goat cheese and other tapas. If you like...More
Despite of the location, you will find a typical taste of spanish tapa and some formentera's traditional recipes (dont miss the ensalada pagesa with peix sec -dry fish-) and sweet home-cooked desserts. Quick service.
S’Abeurada de Can Simonet is a modern restaurant located in Sant Francesc Xavier, the main town of Formentera. We went there to dinner to celebrate the New Year 2016. The rate quality/price of the last dinner of the year were fantastic (only 50 euros per...More
Fantastic meal of local food and very reasonable price. €9.90 for three course meal. I had the vegetarian soup, followed by Catalan sausage and canellini beans, and then the local pudding an almond sponge tart. Lovely.