Review on Santa Eulalia
A relative newcommer on the Palma dining scene, Santa Eulalia kicked off by winning a Diploma for the Restoration and Conservation of a National Heritage building by the Mallorca Tourist Board in 2006 and has since set abvout turning the 300 year old building into a haven for foodies in the old town next to the Santa Eulalia church in Plaza Santa Eulalia.
Modern, Mediterranean cuisine using top notch fresh local produce is the name of the game and the short menu changes with the seasons. Chef Jorge Colalongo and his team wows the crowds with the likes of salad of pan fried foie with apple and vinaigrette of mango, cumquats and Pedro Ximènez reduction, sucking pig confit with apple pureé, moscatel sauce and vegetable steamed with ginger or honey coated duck breast with chestnut pureé, quince jelly and a port reduction sauce. Desserts might come by way of hot quark cheese and orange souffle with white chocolate mousse or saffron sponge soaked in liqueur, with Greek yoghurt mousse and coconut and orange crisps.
The wine list features carefully selected wines from Mallorca and mainland Spain as well as a good selection of Cavas and Champagne.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 4.30pm Mon-Sat
Dinner: 7.30 - 12.00am Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express