Quina Creu

One of the Best Restaurants in Palma, Mallorca

Quina Creu is one of the most favoured restaurants among locals in Palma de Mallorca. It has been rated one of the best restaurants by locals and visitors to the island.

The hidden restaurant has already been discovered by top fashionable guides including the city guides issued by Wallpaper Magazine and PR agencies of celebrities looking to be seen there. The cuisine is mostly fresh mediterrean while there are lots of exotic options as well. The atmosphere is stylish without being stiff, and the staff are friendly and knowledgeable but ensure the service is professional.

The space is divided into 2 areas: the tapas and bar area and the restaurant dining hall. Reservations are a must as are the gin tonics which are sublime. Open from around 12.30 the restaurant serves very affordable lunches, glorious dinners and creative fresh bites and flavours.

Where to Go Out in Palma Brunch, Lunch & Dinner

You’d be wise booking a table at this trendy place to eat in Palma’s “soho” area of Sa Guerreria. Dinners at Quina Creu are super busy and many people are now also discovering they can escape the crowds and pop into this restaurant for freshly prepared food during the day to enjoy a chilled jazzy atmosphere. With the kitchen open from 13.00 to virtually midnight, the place is perfect for late lunches, a bite or an exquisite 3 course meal anytime from 1pm to virtually midnight.

The place is ideal for a late lunch – perfect when you want something beyond the rigid 2 hour lunch slot many venues in Mallorca offer. With cool staff and a trendy setting this place serves exotic gin tonics and fabulous food throughout the day. Don’t be surprised to find people popping in for for brunch and ending up on one of the sofas enjoying aperitifs until dinner. Their menu is varied and fantastic.

It’s even better value between 13.00 and 18.00 pm when their set meal offers are available for all day lunches. What’s more, should you want something that’s not on the menu, their creative chefs are more than likely to cook it up. With tons of fresh ingredients and impressive agility, it’s always tempting to ask.

Don’t miss the wide selection of tapas and mini appetisers (pintxos) available with flavours ranging from the mediterranean sea to the iberian peninsula. Also, the grilled meats are exquisite as are the salads with grilled tuna or roasted goats cheese. The exotic dishes include an imperial curry and the more mediterrnean a creamy risotto with lobster and prawns. All in all this restaurant is a must see in Palma.

Quina Creu

Quina Creu

Quina Creu

Quina Creu

Quina Creu

Quina Creu


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