Review on Quince Restaurant
Quince Restaurant is located in the lovely fishing village of Porto Cristo with its whitewashed houses and rambling streets on the east coast of Mallorca. Occupying a traditional Mallorcan house, only half of the building has been renovated in order to preserve it's historical heritage. Inside it has a charming décor with mismatched chairs set against simple wood tables and colourful 'cloth of tongues' cushions and interesting artefacts such as old wooden shoe lasts and storm lanterns. During summer months everyone heads out to their delightful terrace set above the marina with the fishing boats moored below, and the panoramic views of the harbour.
The kitchen delivers an international menu with influences from the Mediterranean, Asia, Europe and America, focusing on local ingredients with fish from the day boats showing up well. So expect fresh fried calamari served Andaluz style with harissa aioli or scallops au gratin with parmesan, lime and chilli. Meat lovers will enjoy the fillet of black pork 'Cuban style' with fried bananas and black beans or the T-bone steak served with French fries. To finish it's hard to resist their brownie with white chocolate ice cream and chocolate coulant.
Mallorcan varietals dominate the concise wine list, and there's also a nice selection of cocktails.
International / Mediterranean
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 11.00am through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card