Review on Restaurante Sa Pedrissa
An elegant seductress on the edge of Deia, Sa Pedrissa woos her customers with spectacular views of the mountains and the Mediterranean from the terrace while inside, the cosy restaurant oozes history and charm. A picture postcard location, this 17th century farmhouse once belonged to the Archduke Luis Salvador of Austria and retains almost all of its original features.
Citrus fruits, almonds, olives and honey are just some of the local specialities that find their way into the kitchen and on to a menu that offers the best of Mediterranean and Mallorcan cooking. Start with mixed salad with goat's cheese, bacon and pine nuts, risotto of seasonal mushrooms with a scallop brocheta or asparagus tips with prawn foam followed by, perhaps, Iberian pork sirloin filled with caramelised apple and plum with a wild berry sauce, honey crusted rack of lamb served with a selection of vegetables scented with rosemary or slow roasted seabass and fennel with Mallorcan vegetables. Some of the best desserts on the island come in the shape of caramelised chocolate ravioli served with mini mandarine sorbet and blueberry foam, dried fruit cake with apple ice cream on top and a hot fresh mint infusionor lasagne of mint and dark chocolate mousse.
Wine buffs are also in for a treat with plenty of good stuff from Spain and Mallorca.
Marcel Ress and Adrián Millán
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 1.00 - 3.00pm Tue-Sun
Dinner: 8.00 - 10.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express