Review on Sandro
The Sandro restaurant occupies a corner spot on Carrer de Ramon y Cajal, about a twenty minute stroll from the heart of Palma. The restaurant takes its name from owner Sandro Putignano, the former maître 'd' of the highly regarded Tristán restaurant in Puerto Portals which closed in 2015.
There's a few tables outside for al fresco dining when the weather is warm, while inside the dining room has an elegant décor with tables set with crisp white linen on modern wood flooring. Two stunning abstract artworks dominate the walls and a grand piano adds to the inviting ambience.
The kitchen looks to Italy for inspiration preparing authentic dishes using fresh local produce. Carpaccio of octopus with citrus vinagrette and vegetables is a good starting point or if meat is your preference there's Galician beef tartar with capers, shallots, mustard, and yolk. To follow there's an excellent selection of pizza, pastas and risottos or you could opt for Saltimbocca alla Romana, beef medallions with Parma ham in sage and butter sauce with potatoes and vegetables. Later turn your attention to desserts such as a traditional tiramisu or maybe Zabaglione mousse with forest fruit sauce.
To match the food there's Italian wine, as well as Spanish and Mallorcan bottles and for connoisseurs there's a special Italian list.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 1.00 - 3.30pm Tue-Sun
Dinner: 7.00 - 11.00pm Tue-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express