The renowned architect Vicenç Mulet has designed a beautiful new restaurant, set on the gorgeous coastline of Mallorca and which showcases a unique identity. Named Sa Llotja, the new restaurant is situated in the Marina of Cala d’Or, where the challenge was to create an elegant and bright space which featured differentiated spaces that enhanced its existing sea views.
New gastronomical proposal of Sa Llotja
The project exudes the glamour of the 1950s, with a stunning palette of Mediterranean hues and materials, giving it a particularly special personality. Headed by Grupo Restauración and with the expertise, creation and passion of Vicenç Mulet, the restaurant transformed a rectangular space of 250m2 without any noticeable appeal but that boasted a seafront location in the marina of Cala d’Or.
The project was tasked with creating differentiated atmospheres in which to enjoy views from different positions in the restaurant. Part of the premises was raised to achieve a visual view of the sea, so that every diner could bask in the panoramas from any of its beautifully curated tables. High ceilings were implemented to break up the room, not only giving it warmness, space and light, but at the same time an intimate ambience.
Its expansive terrace is located at the same level as the dining area, separated only by large glass windows which provide a continuity through the indoor and outdoor spaces. With different furnishings from inside, separated by landscaped spaces, it has achieved an exceptionally pleasant environment, that calls diners to enjoy.
After 12 years of experience at Sa Llotja Portocolom, Joachim and José have joined the talented Head Chef Frank Bremer to the exciting new project. With a delicious offering of Mediterranean cuisine, the restaurant will pride itself on its first class and attentive service, with an intense focus on the satisfaction of their diners.
Furnishings exist in perfect harmony with the colour palate chosen for Sa Llotja. Masterful sculptures made of brass were specially produced for the project, an element that was borne from the artistic work developed by the architect Vicenç Mulet. These are synonymous with the posidonia, the underwater plants of the Mediterranean which is now seriously endangered. The architect inspirationally wanted to raise his voice for the protection of this critical and fundamental species of marine life.
Set on the southeastern coast of Mallorca, lies Cala d’Or, a beautiful beach resort popular with holiday-makers and residents. Aptly named the golden bay, the area has an array of stunning beaches as well as a plethora of activities on offer.
As well as its preserved surrounding nature, visitors can also enjoy a wealth of restaurants, bars and a vibrant nightlife scene. The main attraction in Cala d’Or is its beautiful golden sand which makes the perfect setting for sun-seekers and where you will be able to practice a variety of watersports.