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July 2021

An excellent dining experience, only a minute away, from the lively shopping area of Jaime III in Palma de Mallorca centre. The restaurant is in a tiny side street, set in a beautiful old casa with a garden area displaying many local plants and where they also grow their own herbs.

The restaurant garden.

The excellent tasting menus by Chef, Simon Petutschnig, are meat or vegetarian at €65 each and are great value. Wine pairing at €45 is also available.

Shown here are a few dishes from either menu, we started with some great bread

and extra virgin olive oil from Son Naava (100% Arbequina olives) from Mallorca.

Gin Tonic, lemon, cucumber and lime.


Wagyu steak tartar with crispy nori seaweed

Ginger Sake Sour.

Cherry gazpacho with raspberries, yoghurt, almond and arbequina olives.

Cherry gazpacho with raspberries, yoghurt, almond and arbequina olives.

Thai carrot, coconut, lemongrass and gnocchi.

Asparagus, hollandaise, miso and lemon.

Vegetable risotto with basil, parmesan and pine nuts.

Kvitsoy Salmon Tataki with,

avocado, ponzu and mango.

Seabass, beurre blanc, fenel and celeriac.

Citrics from Deia, thyme, crunchy almond and mint.

Mandarin dessert, straight from the orange valleys of Sóller.

That ‘orange ‘ segment was really an orange jelly that was just soooo sour and tart, you needed just 1/5th per mouthful. I put the whole segment in my mouth and was jumping up and down 🤪

After dinner petit fours Avocado stones

Miso praliné

Mon cherie

Mon cherie

Mon cherie and avocado stones.

From their extensive wine list, we chose a very good local wine, Can Xanet Siurell Blanc 2018 Vino de la Tierra de Mallorca.

All finished off with Fera's award winning Difference Coffee.

People live above the restaurant, so the owners are sensitive to that and so, after 11 pm, it is inside dining only. Therefore, the latest you can sit down for a tasting menu is 8.30 pm. The staff are lovely, focused and engaging. Abril, the lady sommelier, has only been there for six weeks but is highly informative.

We brought home some of the organic olive oil they served with the homemade, Mallorcan crushed green and black olive rolls and fennel flavoured focaccia, which was amazing and was served with a tiny pot of aioli which I had not realised and spooned it up in one go!

This restaurant is a perfect place for a relaxed lunch, fine dining or simply a casual drink and tapas at the bar. I beleive Michelin were in a few weeks ago, so don't be surprised to see it added to the guide.

FERA RESTAURANT & BAR Carrer de la Concepció, 4, 07012 Palma de Mallorca +34 971 59 53 01

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