Review on Restaurant Luna 36
Restaurant Luna 36 offers diners a delightful culinary experience in the lovely village of Soller on the North East coast of Mallorca. Situated just 200 metres from the town's main square, the building was built in 1870 and was originally home to an old chocolate factory. Laid out over two floors with wooden beams and attractive old tiles, wooden tables are set with flowers and fresh local lemons, while walls display artworks by Danish painter Peder Ravn. When the weather is warm most diners head for their pretty romantic courtyard garden at the back of the restaurant, but blankets are provided if it's a little chilly.
The kitchen is keen to source local produce, organic where possible with fish arriving daily from the port and vegetables from the Soller co-operative. Es Fangar olive oil is provided on the tables, to enjoy with the tasty bread, mixed olives, and tasty dip. Luna 36 is well known for their selection of tasty tapas dishes such as shrimps from Soller 'a la plancha' or Iberico ham, ideal for sharing or a snack with a glass of wine. When it comes to main courses you might see braised lamb neck with mustard sauce and vegetables or from the sea Negrito, butterfish, with red pepperfruit sauce, served with asparagus and mushrooms. To finish there's a traditional crčme brűlée or you might opt for their excellent cheeseboard served with delicious stone-age bread, nuts and seeds.
Owners Claudio Bernaschi and Helle Alexandersen inject warmth into the experience, and there's a well-priced wine list including a good selection from Mallorca to accompany the food.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12,30 - 3.00pm Tue-Sat
Dinner: 6.30 - 10.00pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card