Review on Amaya Restaurant

Sibling to the very popular 1661 Cuina Banyalbufar, the Amaya Restaurant was launched in February 2016 in the Santa Catalina area of Palma, best known for its market selling fresh fish, fruit and vegetables. On sunny days diners like to sit at tables set up on the pedestrian zone in front of the restaurant and watch the world go by. The inside interiors have an elegant décor with many of its unique features recycled and restored from old buildings. Smartly laid chic brass top tables are set on an antique stone floor, while the ceiling is decorated with more than 200 original Majorcan window shutters.

Tobias Burgel and his kitchen team showcase new world cuisine with the cooking of the Mediterranean the main source of inspiration. The menu cruises its way through sea bass ceviche, followed by a main course of smoked duck breast, balsamico lentils, mistela gel and Dijon cream, finishing with a New York style lemon cheesecake or maybe opt for the mimosa cake.

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Tobias Burgel

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 1.00 - 3.30pm Wed-Mon
Dinner: 7.00 - 11.00pm Wed-Mon

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Visa, Master Card

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Facilities at Amaya Restaurant

  • Alfresco dining
  • Private parties


Amaya Restaurant
Calle Fábrica, 18 A
Santa Catalina

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