Established in 1958, Celler Sa Premsa has been serving some of the most popular local recipes in Mallorca. Its bullfighting posters and rustic wine barrels create an atmosphere that is comfortable and inviting, especially around lunchtime. Try a traditional tombet, a vegetable dish of layered potatoes, red peppers, and aubergines previously fried in olive oil; fabada asturiana, a rich hearty bean stew made with white beans, chorizo sausage, ham, and plenty of hot spices; or the paletilla de cordero, a shoulder of roasted suckling lamb typically served with grilled diced potatoes. As the name suggests, one of the greatest attractions of this restaurant is the excellent wine cellar.
Bruselas is located in a 15th century building near the Borne. It boasts four dining areas, two of... Read more