Food and drink
The dishes here – salads, fish and meat – are all accomplished; unpretentious but with plenty of flourish. Wines, of course, are from the Stratvs stable and as sophisticated as the setting.
The breezy terrace, covered by a canopy to protect lunchers from the sun, is a charming setting for lunch, which tends to be a relaxed, boozy affair.
Unflappable staff seem to cope well, even when a large bus tour descends on them.
It's in the [node:171659], where wines can be tasted and purchased, on the main road that dissects La Geria, the island's wine region.
Prices are very fair: mains hover around 15 euros for an entree.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Seasoned travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- Nature / wildlife