This fab eatery is a hot spot with fashionable and cultured locals, and is the ideal location for a relaxed chic dinner, urban lunch or cool gin tonic.
Quina Creu is located in the Sa Gerreria area of Palma's old town which during the 13th century was the key social and trading centre in Palma. The buildings stored grains, housed travelling merchants and provided forums for closing important commercial deals.
Once the popular wood fire bakery of the area, the present day jazzy, loft like restaurant breathes new life to the venue located in the heart of the district.
It has two entrances, one on calle Corderia and one on calle Forn de Sa Creu, a street named after the emblematic bakery of the time (meaning 'bakery of the cross').
The present day eatery is a hot spot with fashionable and cultured locals, and is the ideal location for a relaxed chic dinner, urban lunch or cool gin tonic. The restuarant's name, Quina Creu, plays on the venue's traditional name - it is a Mallorcan expression, a desire for some abandon and relief.
Open all day from noon except on Sundays, the restaurant serves lunch, dinner and light bites with an excellent range of Spanish beers and wine.
Located a minute's walk from Plaza Mayor, the restaurant is tucked in a quiet corner off the beaten track ensuring it's well protected from the masses.