All posts tagged: Andres Benitez

Taronja Negre Mar in Palma

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Eat / Food / Michelin / Restaurants

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 – […]

Another ‘Peccata Minuta’ success for Chefs(in)

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Food / Michelin / Restaurants

Warm sunny weather added to the enjoyment of ‘Peccata Minuta’ – the gourmet tapas event organized by Chefs(in) in Inca on Sunday. Eight chefs produced some delicious tapas, which were available at a cost of three euros a portion. Money well spent, we thought, after we’d indulged ourselves in a few of them.     We bought our ‘tickets’ for the number of tapas we wanted at 11am promptly, an hour before the event started, then […]

On the tapas trail in the Mallorcan town of Inca

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As someone who enjoys experiencing different flavours, aromas, and textures of food, I’m a big fan of eating tapas. The Boss shares this enjoyment, so we’ll be heading off to Inca this Sunday (October 26th) for Peccata Minuta – a gourmet tapas route in the setting of the Cloister of St Domingo. We went to this event last year and thoroughly enjoyed trying the creative tapas prepared by some of the island’s notable chefs. The event is […]