Maria and Teresa Solivellas, the sisters behind Ca Na Toneta, grew up in Mallorca, Spain, and took over their family restaurant a while back with an aim of creating an ecological cafe, “re-creating the tastes of traditional Spanish home cooking.” A decade later, the restaurant is a destination for culinary travelers, and Teresa, who helms the kitchen, was recently named one of the “Top 10 Women Chefs in Spain” by travel guide Guia Repsol. Located in the small village of Caimari, Mallorca, at the foothills of Serra de Tramuntana, the simple restaurant offers a tasting menu that changes every week and features “eggs from happy chickens.”
Above: Crocheted planters on the exterior.
Above: Teresa (L) heads up the kitchen and Maria manages the front of the house. Photograph via Cookies for My Soul.
Above: The restaurant produces its own brand of olive oil called Solivellas. The traditional pottery is sold in the adjoining shop. Photograph via Ca Na Toneta.
Above L: Photograph via Instagram. Above R: An artichoke from the surrounding gardens; photograph via Ca Na Toneta.
Above: The second dining room has felted wool curtains.
Above L: Chairs in the garden. Above R: Cacti adorn the entrance.
Above: The grapevine-draped outdoor patio with murals by Albert Pinya.
Above: The sisters recently converted the adjoining house into a small cocktail bar and shop selling local products, including ceramics.
Above: The restaurant’s graphics and identity are by Astrid Stavro.
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