3 Oct, 2019 @ 15:10
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MOUTHWATERING: Four-week food festival takes over Spain’s Mallorca from TOMORROW

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A MOUTHWATERING new food festival has been launched in Calvia for October.

Every Friday the Mostra de Cuines – or Calvia Food Show – a different zone will feature restaurants with special set menus from €12 to €16 per three-course menu.

The first areas to host the food show are Santa Ponsa, Costa de la Calma and Urb Galatzo, with a dozen restaurants participating on October 4.

Charly Tapas
FROM THE GRILL: Charly Tapas in Santa Ponca is one of several restaurants and bars participating

Charly Tapas will offer a traditional Mallorcan meal for only €12, while Shere Zade has a luxurious menu including a Black Angus bacon cheeseburger.

On October 11, Peguera, Cala Fornells and el Toro host eight participating restaurants, including Diamante, Neptuno and three of Port Adriano’s finest eateries.

Son Caliu, Cas Catala, Illetes, Bendinat, Portals Nous and Costa d’en Blanes all share the third weekend.

La Gran Tortuga
SEAFOOD: Peguera’s La Gran Tortuga is also among the eateries taking part in Mostra de Cuines

Highlights include Iberian pork from Luis in Cas Catala and Hawaiian salmon Poke starters at the OD Port Portals restaurant.

The final Friday sees 14 restaurants across Palmanova, Magaluf and Son Ferrer offer bargain three-course menus.

The Good Burger, Bondi Beach Bar and Urban Food Mallorca all bring treats to Magaluf, while Tabu, My Thai and Brisas are proven fan favourites in Palmanova.

Most of the participating restaurants have special options including children’s menus, gluten-free and vegetarian options, and some have both lunch and dinner specials.

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