Mediterranean cuisine with dishes from 21 countries to enjoy and share
Relaxed, all-day dining (175 outdoor covers) happens across a vast, shaded terrace flanked by holm oaks, Aleppo pines and scented by rosemary, lavender and mimosa beds. Understated, rustic and chic, the almost 400-year old finca has been lovingly restored to reflect the laidback soul and effortless charm of Menorca. The menu is honest, unpretentious and flavoursome with ingredients sourced from the vegetable garden and surrounding farmland and orchards. Sharing-style dishes showcase Mediterranean flavours, including traditional cochinillo asado, paella valenciana, linguine alle vongole and shakshuka — Zingy salads, fresh carpaccios and just-caught seafood are accompanied by homemade breads and pizzas from the wood-fired oven. And while the food alone will draw a discerning crowd, the diverse programme of musical, cultural and artistic events will ensure their return, time and again. A consciously-curated concept store stocks coveted regional brands, local textiles and pottery, while the artisanal farm shop sells produce from surrounding farms and orchards, as well as carefully selected regional wines and spirits. A clutch of stone boyeras (cattlesheds) have been carefully converted into a wholesome kids’ club. With a shaded outdoor playground, petting stables stocked with ponies and piglets and creative stations, parents can while away languid afternoons exploring the landscaped gardens, sipping refreshing cocktails or playing pétanque, while their children are creatively immersed in rural life.