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Tapas and Vermouth in the heart of Palma: La Rosa Vermutería

The Tapas Bar La Rosa Vermutería opened its doors in the middle of Palma in 2015. The very cozy Tapas Bar is located directly around the corner of Placa Weyler and not far from the underground car park of Placa Mayor and the Theatre. Within a short time, La Rosa Vermutería has become one of the most popular bars and hotspots for locals and tourists in Palma. And rightly so because in addition to excellent tapas, the owner offers the guest over 20 types of wormwood, which are worth trying. You must try the Catalan wormwood “Yzaguirre”, poured from the tap. 

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Our Verdict

The Tapas Bar La Rosa Vermutería is a must for everyone who wants to enjoy the Spanish way of life paired with great tapas in an extraordinary atmosphere.

5.0 out of 5
Best ForDinner
PriceFair
FoodSuperb
ServiceGreat

La Rosa Vermutería in Palma de Mallorca at a glance

Even if you do not enjoy this pleasure, only the tapas, the wine, and the atmosphere are worth a visit. Even in December, the La Rosa Vermutería is very well visited, and as reservations are only accepted from 7 persons, one has to be there early to get a table. Around 15 tables on the ground floor and first floor and a cozy bar invite you to linger.

The menu (multilingual) is a bit confusing, and it takes a while to find your way around. Who has made his choice will not be disappointed? The open kitchen offers tapas of the finest quality. Whether tortilla, patatas, ham, cheese, or fish – everything is perfectly prepared and delicious. A Spanish red wine goes well with it. In addition to tapas, La Rosa also sells canned fish from the mainland, such as pickled mussels, sardines, tuna, duck mussels, and other seafood. The preserves are displayed in a cupboard on the 1st floor.

Cconclusion

The Tapas Bar La Rosa Vermutería is a must for everyone who wants to enjoy the Spanish way of life paired with great tapas in an extraordinary atmosphere.   

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Spanish Tapas Bars: Why They’re So Popular and What to Expect

If you’ve ever been to Spain, you know that one of the best things about the country is the food. Spanish cuisine is famous worldwide, and tapas are a big part of that. But what are tapas? Tapas bars first appeared in Spain in the 19th century and have since become a staple of Spanish culture. Let’s take a closer look at these unique establishments and find out why they’re so popular!

Tapas are small plates of food that are typically served as appetizers. They can be hot or cold and come in a wide variety of flavors and styles. Tapas bars are usually casual places where people can go to eat and drink with friends. Because the portions are small, tapas bars are perfect for trying a bit of everything. And with so many kinds of tapas to choose from, there’s something for everyone!

One of the best things about tapas is that they’re meant to be shared. Tapas culture is all about spending time with friends and family, enjoying good food, and having good conversations. So next time you’re in Spain, be sure to visit a tapas bar and experience the unique atmosphere for yourself! You won’t be disappointed.

Do you have a favorite Spanish dish? Please let us know in the comments below! And if you’re looking for more food-related articles, be sure to check out our blog for all the latest news and tips from the world of food.

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