Earlier this year I wrote a post in which I mentioned that Mallorcan chef Tomeu Caldentey had reopened Taronja Negre in the old mill in the village of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, near Manacor. We had been fans of Taronja Negre in its original format, when it shared these beautiful premises with the Michelin-starred Es Molí d’en Bou (which is now in the resort of Sa Coma). Taronja Negre reopened over the winter with a new concept – offering dishes designed especially for sharing – and we loved it.
Palma here we come . . .
This month Tomeu has taken this fun concept to Palma de Mallorca, opening the waterside Taronja Negre Mar in the Club de Mar. The old mill in Sant Llorenç will now open for private parties – and an excellent venue it is too.
We haven’t yet visited the new premises, but I’ll be writing about it once we have.
Meanwhile, I wish Tomeu, Andrés Benítez, Manuel Pérez and the team every success in Palma de Mallorca – where the gastronomic scene this year is sizzling.
Taronja Negre is open for lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Saturday
Club de Mar
Muelle Pelaires s/n
Palma de Mallorca
Tel +34 971 40 57 68