Review on Ca'n Quet
Ca'n Quet is the fine dining restaurant at the Hotel Es Moli, a 17th century manor house that was converted into 4-star accommodation in 1965, it has recently re-opened to the delight of its former diners after a closure of five years. Located just 10 minutes walk from the romantic village of Deia, well known for its many musical and literary residents since the 1800's, including the English poet, novelist and scholar Robert Graves, who moved here in 1932.
The restaurant occupies an idyllic setting with the backdrop of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, overlooking the olive and citrus groves with the glistening waters of the Mediterranean in the distance. During summer months the well-laid tables set on the terrace are the most sought after. The kitchen places great emphasis on first-class locally sourced ingredients for their modern Mediterranean menu. Guests are offered a choice of three menus, a four course menu with Mallorcan Suckling pig, as well as a five or seven course menu which includes wine pairing.
There is an excellent wine list to accompany the menus and service is notably both charming and professional.
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.00 - 11.00pm Tue-Sun