Quina Creu - Mallorca
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Directions to Quina Creu
Popular with locals in the know, Quina Creu is one of Palma de Mallorca's secrets as far as travellers are concerned, but it's only a two minute stroll from bustling Plaça Major, and it's a great place to recharge your batteries away from the crowds - well, except your own!
It's a place of two entrances, and many characters. From one side, you find the bar area with stools and high tables, perfect for a couple of tapas and a drink while enjoying soft jazz sounds from the in house music system. Come through the other entrance and you are straight into the spacious restaurant area, with the quirky and comforting additions of sofas and bookcases - lots of comfortable corners to chill and chat with friends.
Light bites and tapas, leisurely lunch, intimate dinner, a family or business celebration, late night meeting place - Quina Creu does it all! Available menu selections should suit a wide range of tastes, with a good selection of local and international styles. The quality is good, making use of fresh local ingredients, the staff are very friendly and helpful, and there's a really good range of beers and wines.
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