This restaurant has been here for a couple of years now, and is hidden away from the main town area of Sant Antoni de Portmany (San Antonio Abad), near the end of Cala de Bou, overlooking San Antonio Bay.
After our two of visits in 2018, we returned in July 2020, just after the slight easing of Covid Lockdown. You were allowed to remove your masks to eat, which would have been quite difficult, otherwise!
Masks at the ready.
We popped in for a light lunch, (do we really have light lunches!) and tried the following.
This restaurant is next to the sea, in Cala de Bou, on a stretch of rocky coastline, at the far end of the bay of Sant Antoni de Portmany (San Antonio Abad) but is in the jurisdiction of Sant Josep de sa Talaia (San José).
It started, as a small snack bar over thirty years ago.
It is nan,a no-frills restaurant, serving superb seafood.
With an open kitchen you can see all the chefs at work.
There is a live tank, where you can choose your lobster if you wish.
You must try El Bullit de Peix con Arroz a Banda de Can Pujol, which is the house classic.
The dish comes in two courses: A soup-like, firs...