For those of you who are already familiar with Deia, I am sure you will stumbled across this restaurant at some point and hopefully enjoyed a long lazy lunch or G&T on their large terrace. If you haven’t – or you are coming to Deia for the first time be sure to stop by at The Village Cafe. It’s always a hit with our team.
It is located down a small hill opposite BBVA bank in the centre of Deia – discretely positioned to the left hand side as you drop down. It is run by the very friendly Hungarian-Sweden coupling of Barna and Anahi – and offers a range of freshly made food in a tranquil setting.
There’s lots of great items on the menu – but the mixed tapas of local produce is always a hit to start – followed by the chicken burrito. There is also a menu dedicated just to gin & tonics – where different gins have been carefully paired with the tonic, herbs and fresh fruit – to get the taste just right. The serving size is as generous as ever in Spain too.
If looking to have dinner in the Summer, be sure to phone ahead.
(The mixed tapas – local cheeses, meats, olives and dips)
Where to find The Village Cafe:
Carrer Felipe Bauzà, 1, Deià, Spain
To reserve call:
Tel +34 971 63 91 99
Submitted by: Patrick
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