Idò D.O. Balear is a well-known spot on the city’s foodie scene. This three-in-one bakery, deli shop and eatery was founded in 2013 by three young women from the Balearic Islands who missed the smells of grandma’s cooking, with sugar, spice and everything nice.
At its bakery window, you can buy the much sought-after ensaïmada, Mallorca’s equivalent of a croissant, savory panades (small pies filled with chunks of meat) or sweet rubiols (pastries filled with jam). Or sit at one of the tables with friends and share a plate of pamboli, a Mallorcan delicacy, consisting in bread drenched in olive oil, rubbed with tomato and served with cheese and cured ham. Don’t forget to try one of the imported Mahón cheeses (from Menorca) and sobrassades (spicy pork sausages).
On your way out, fill your shopping bag with olives, almonds and wine. Needless to say, everything here is about seasonal, farm-to-table eating.
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Idò D.O. Balear