Review on Sal de Cocó
Sal de Cocó restaurant takes its name from the salt the local fishermen collect from the rocks in the area of Colonia Sant Jordi, an unspoilt town set on the lovely coastline of south east Mallorca. A glass-fronted building that offers beautiful views of the small fishing harbour and marina, it's the brainchild of talented chef Marta Rosselló, who opened the restaurant as a young chef in her early twenties, before relocating it to its current position in March 2015.
A family-run enterprise with her husband and father taking care of front-of-house, the breezy restaurant has a contemporary décor with white wooden tables and chairs featuring colourful seat pads and backs. Walls are displayed with regularly changing artwork supplied from local artists and a large window offers views into the kitchen.
Diners can choose from a three course seasonal menu or Marta's tasting menu, resulting in beautifully presented, innovative dishes. On the regularly changing carte you might ravioli filled with duck liver and mushroom sauce or black pasta with salmon and prawn sauce. Elsewhere there's options such as beef steak with potato gratin and candied plum or for fish fans red gambas from Sóller with fried artichoke chips. Proceedings conclude in style with a dark chocolate ganache coated biscuit paired with raspberry sorbet.
There are some lovely local wines to accompany the food with options available by the glass or bottle.
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 8.00am through
Dinner: 11.00pm Wed-Mon
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card