Review on Restaurant S'Arc
Restaurant S'Arc is set in the heart of the picturesque medieval walled town of Alcudia in the north east of Mallorca, just five minutes by car from the coast. Sharing its building with the boutique hotel Can Simó, a refurbished 19th century manor house with a charming wood and stone structure. There are two intimate indoor dining areas decked out in a neutral palette with contemporary chairs set against crisp linen laid tables. Look out for the glass floor with views of the illuminated cellar below, showcasing ancient artefacts from the old town's history. In summer months guests head for their lovely tranquil courtyard, where they can dine al fresco away from the hustle and bustle of the town.
The kitchen offers a diverse menu that melds the traditional and the contemporary with global influences, whilst making excellent use of fresh local produce. Among the starters you will likely see a salad of beef carpaccio with orange wedges and crunchy cheese or maybe Japanese dumplings. When it comes to main courses meat fans might be offered Iberian pork with soy sauce and caramelized sweet potato or from the sea there's tataki of tuna fish with a mango dressing. Desserts are a high point whether you choose the blackcurrant cheesecake or the apple and pear crumble paired with cinnamon ice cream.
There's a good selection of wines to accompany the food with options available by the glass, as well as a lovely gin menu.
Mediterranean / European / Asian
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 10.00am through