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We went back twice. Fish was excellent and the staff friendly and helpful. I strongly recommend this restaurant. You can also sit outside and watch the boats while enjoying a bottle of their great and very well priced winelist!
Chanced upon this restaurant near the end of our holiday - wish I had found it sooner. With a sin gluten sister-in-law meals can be tricky but the owner/wife were outstanding. Also very patient with a steak overdone then underdone but finally absolutely spot on....Service throughout was perfect and so polite. Good to see a family restaurant run so well by a family. Give it a tryMore
When you visit Mallorca during the low season you often find that most restaurants are closed, and the ones that are open are empty. That was definitely the case when we entered Celler Sa Sinia on a quiet March afternoon and found that we were...the only customers there. Towards the end of our lunch we were joined by two more patrons, and I only hope that this place gets more of an audience as the high-season approaches. They sure deserve to have more customers.
The service was excellent, though that is no surprise when you are all alone with the waiter. The starter was a classic: fried baby squid, perfectly battered and fried and just ideal to open our appetites. The main courses were also close to perfect: the pork with tumbet was an 8 out of 10, and could have been even better if the pork itself had not been cut into such small slices.
The other main course was for me the highlight of the afternoon. A fantastic cod with saffron allioli and a base of mashed potatoes which were perhaps the best mashed potatoes I have ever tasted. The waiter helpfully informed us that the potatoes got their grey colour from olive flour, which I did not know existed.
If you're in Portocolom, be it low-season or high-season, give this place a try. It is as close to perfect as you can get in the quaint little village.More
Although quite a few reataurants around this one attracted us most. Quiet and friendly service, quick and adequate. We got our blackened ink paella from the oven and also had a nice bottle of Loess wine, and two very nice cremas catalanas with lemon.
Made the mistake of not booking a table at a busy time.After walking the length of the Marina this was the only place with spare tables.This obviously told its own story but with two hungry children in tow we took the chance.We were seated by...the waiter who then ignored us when we called him over he brought us a wine list again only after hailing him again we werer given bread olives and oil.We were ignored again until we got him to bring menus.The food itself was served quite promptly very small portions of pasta.Quite tasty but instantly forgettable.During the whole process the waiter scowled.The position of the restaurant on the edge of the Marina is wonderfull but everything else is poor.More
I found this restaurant in a DK guide book for Mallorca and set about reading other TripAdvisor reviews about this and other restaurants in Portocolom on the east coast of the island before deciding to give it a try. My husband wanted a high quality...seafood meal and we were keen to find a place off the beaten track to enjoy a lazy lunch.
I had called ahead to reserve a table and opted for a table inside as I knew it was going to be hot. On arrival in the village, however, we were early and found that the restaurant also had tables across the little road in front of it which were right next to the marina. We were easily able to swap to one of these and the waitress kindly moved the tables so that we could all be in the shade.
The staff were incredibly helpful, discreet and friendly and are a real asset to the restaurant. They spoke multiple languages as well.
We ordered king prawns and small peppers for a starter and our kids liked them so much that we ordered another portion of each again. My husband and I shared the salt-baked sea bass which was brought to the table whole and was then served in front of us. Our children had more unadventurous dishes (Schnitzel and chips; spaghetti Bolognese) but we were pleased they tried the starters.
For dessert we had cheese, sorbets, Oreo cheesecake and almond cake with almond ice-cream.
Other reviewers say they would definitely go back here and I would second that. The location was understated, leisurely and traditional and we really enjoyed our leisurely lunch in this lovely water-side location.More