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Eating Out in Deia

Deia is located on the north west coast of Mallorca and is only a short drive from Soller. There are a fantastic choice of restaurants with some in stunning locations and many with their own unique character. The Michelin Star Es Raco des Teix is familiar with many regular visitors to the Island where Master-chef Josep Sauerschell and his wife Nori cook amazing specialities.

There is the now well known Ca’s Patro March featured in The Night Manager overlooking the the Cala Deia. Here you can sit on a breezy terrace overlooking the fishing hamlet and enjoy the very best of the days catch prepared by the third generation of the March family.

Within the Hotel Residencia dine in the El Olivo once an olive oil mill which has been transformed into one of the finest restaurants in all Spain. Here the flickering candlelight creates a romantic, elegant ambience which complements the Mediterranean cuisine of Executive Chef Guillermo Mendez and his team. If you prefer something more informal, then try the Cafe Miro a bistro and bar which serves a great selection of mediterranean tapas. This bistro you can relax on the beautiful terace where there is live music every evening.

The Sebastian is another favourite of many locals and visitors where the elegant tables and artwork by local artists contrast with the rough stonework and woodwork. This restaurant uses the best of the local produce and you can always enjoy Sebastian’s Saddle of Lamb with bacon, beans and deep fried herbs.

The recently upgraded Hotel Costa d’ Or which is two miles away in the hamlet of Llucalcari but the location is absolutely breathtaking is another great place to eat. It has its own private pine forest overlooking the Mediterranean and now its new four-star rating reflects its new level of comfort and service in keeping with its unique position and spectacular sunsets.

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