Food and drink
What did I eat on my first visit? Roast chicken with potatoes, onions and apples I believe. Simple enough fare, but boy was good. If a hulking great slab of steak, or a whole leg of roast lamb doesn’t take your fancy, check out the local favourites too. The arroz brut (dirty rice) is superb as is the rabbit and onions.
The restaurant is jolly and raucous on Sundays when families from Palma drive out into the mountains for a breath of fresh air followed by gigantic lunch.
The staff are efficient. The vast stream of people coming through requires military precision to get the job done.
Restaurante Ca’n Pedro is on the Deià side of the village of Valldemossa. There are plenty of parking spaces.
There isn't a lunch menu as such, but it’s hard to spend a fortune here. Reckon on around 25-30 euros a head for a slap-up lunch including wine.
This is not to be confused with Meson Ca’n Pedro I and II in the hamlet of Gènova on the outskirts of Palma. These are also great places to eat, but don't belong to the same owners.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers
- People watching
- No fuss