I'd heard some good things about this place but it didn't really live up to expectations . The food and presentation is innovative but so much more could be done with the decor as it's too minimalist and the lighting makes it feel unwelcoming
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It's like a dream-come -true moment for me when it come to high-end fine dining experience! I've seen the dishes here on cooking programs on TV but it is totally different when you have the real opportunity to taste and try them out yourself!
Marc Fosh is a Michelin-starred, restaurant featuring a menu from the British celebrity chef of the same name. Housed in the contemporary and stylish surroundings of the 17th century Hotel Convent de la Missió in the centre of Palma. We had the three-course version of...More
Lazy sunday lunch with 3 courses at a bargain price. Nice food thoughtfully prepared and certainly tasty. Good wine list and friendly efficient staff
we opted for the lunch tasting menu with the matching wines. The food and wine was amazing. The service was a little rushed in between course. it would have been better if the waitress had allowed us to finish our wine before bringing the next...More
We were a group of six for lunch. The Price fix at 29 euros for three courses was great and fair priced wines were also available on the menu. For our appetizer we had a lobster salad and a lamb dish for our entree. The...More
Had the 5 course set lunch, with choice of starter, mains and dessert. The food was amazing as was the wine. Service excellent too. Really great value and definitely worth a visit.
This restaurant was recommended and did not disappoint. The food was good and the matched wine selection excellent. The Maitre D was off hand at the start of the evening but warmed up later. The main criticism I had was the courses were served too...More
Marc Fosh is situated in the super stylish Hotel Convent de la Missio which just adds to the super special experience this is. We had the set lunch - huevos rotos with iberico ham and truffle, sea bass and an apricot "cremoso". All beautifully presented...More