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La Boveda, Palma

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La Boveda, Palma

Every city has places that have been deemed as being legendary, but without any real explanation for how this status has been achieved. La Boveda is one of these places - a restaurant and tapas bar that has become a de facto institution for both locals and tourists alike. Nestled away on a small side-street not far from the Cathedral, most evenings it is packed like a tin of sardines. If you haven't reserved a table, you'll have to wait in the queue outside. Inside, it is virtually roiling - loud conversations, the clattering of dishes, and sometimes even a live musician to top off the Babel-like atmosphere. The menu is based on the purest principles of tapas - good, honest Spanish food without any marked experimentation. The prices are not extravagant, and the service is lightening-quick, with an added "cherry on top" - or maybe it's just our imagination that all of Palma's most handsome waiters have been employed by La Boveda - but it is another reason for the spot's undeniable charm. In any case, if you want a truly lively and temperamental dining experience, then this is the place to go.
Calle Boteria 3, Palma
www.restaurantelaboveda.com

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