Food and drink
Expect simple enough fare that is well done and crowd-pleasing. Think large bowls of interesting salads, pasta, pizzas, and steaks cooked on hot stones.
The a la piedra (hot stone) thing is a traditional Spanish approach that can be found all over the country - kids love it. For something a little more inventive I like the roast rack of lamb in herb crust, and the pan-fried salt cod topped with hot, bubbling aioli.
Cassai is always busy, but with a nicely casual air.
The staff are attentive and friendly, especially if you’ve walked in with a brood of kids.
Despite being on the main road running through Ses Salines, the village is quiet enough for this not to be a problem.
There’s something to suit most budgets here starting with pizzas for around 7.50 euros and escalating to 18.50 euros for a fillet steak topped with foie and truffles.
Tables to book
All tables are very nicely done (they also have an interiors business across the road), but the terrace is a lovely place to spend the evening in the summer.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Chilling out
- Design and architecture