Village Café

Address: C/ Felipe Bauza 1, Bajos, Deià, 07179, Spain
Telephone: 971 639 199

- Budget

4.4

A cute hippie café with a pretty garden terrace.

This cosy stone cottage is an ideal spot for this very likable café with a shady terrace. Tucked into a nook in the hillside it teems with bright blooms and overgrown vines, rather like an English country cottage in fact.

Food and drink
4.4
90%
Service
4.2
90%
Food and drink
4.4
90%
Value for money
4.2
90%
Ambience
4.4
90%
Location
4.2
90%

Food and drink

The bottom line: I love the food here. It is understated yet soulful, satisfying and interesting. A grilled goats' cheese sarnie, for example, could be rather dull until you add roasted garlic and cilantro vinaigrette. There is great homemade pasta too like asparagus and Granda Padano stuffed ravioli in a homemade tomato sauce, plus a nice line in ice-cream sundaes. Lip-smacking stuff.

Ambience

Village Café is basic, but done out with ladlefuls of love.

Service

Given the general vibe of the place, service is pretty laid back but always done with a smile and focussed enough to make you feel well-attended.

Location

The café is down a side street off the main road running through the bottom part of the village.

Price advice

Sandwiches are between 9 euros and 10 euros. More substantial meals like pasta cost upwards of 12 euros, sundaes from 6 euros.

Recommended for

  • Backpackers / Students
  • Families with teenagers
  • Families with younger children
  • First-time travellers
  • Mature travellers
  • Escaping the crowds
  • Great views / scenery
  • No fuss
  • Chilling out
  • Nature / wildlife

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