Mallorca Restaurant

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Chefs consult original Spanish recipes to prepare lobster-stuffed ravioli and saffron-seasoned paella inside Mediterranean-style restaurant

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$15 for $30 Worth of Spanish Dinner Cuisine

The menu spotlights dishes of traditional Spanish and contemporary Mediterranean cuisine, such as a seafood, spanish sausage, saffron-infused paella valenciana ($24.95), broiled filet mignon ($31.95), and vegetarian pasta primavera ($17.95).

Mallorca Restaurant

Channeling the sights and smells of an Ibiza villa, Mallorca Restaurant posts a tuxedoed gentleman at the door to greet guests with continental flair. Owner and host Antonio Pereira outfits the upscale restaurant's four dining rooms with eye-catching adornments of carved archways, frescoed ceilings, and chandeliers that hang low enough to fix ailing hairstyles. Natural light floods into the dining room through decorated skylights, illuminating linen-topped tables buttressed by original Spanish recipes. Fresh seafood and generously portioned beef dishes have inspired the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to label Mallorca "one of Pittsburgh's most popular restaurants," and its rich, saffron-scented paella captured the eye and taste buds of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writer Pamela Starr.

Mallorca Restaurant

Channeling the sights and smells of an Ibiza villa, Mallorca Restaurant posts a tuxedoed gentleman at the door to greet guests with continental flair. Owner and host Antonio Pereira outfits the upscale restaurant's four dining rooms with eye-catching adornments of carved archways, frescoed ceilings, and chandeliers that hang low enough to fix ailing hairstyles. Natural light floods into the dining room through decorated skylights, illuminating linen-topped tables buttressed by original Spanish recipes. Fresh seafood and generously portioned beef dishes have inspired the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to label Mallorca "one of Pittsburgh's most popular restaurants," and its rich, saffron-scented paella captured the eye and taste buds of Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writer Pamela Starr.

Customer Reviews

Haven't enjoyed a meal or an atmosphere like Mallorca in quite sometime.....Have always liked it since the first time I was there.the food is quite impressive!
Jackie E. · February 2, 2013
Staff very attentive and helpful
Suzanne A. · January 27, 2013
Fantastic!
Charles M. · November 19, 2012

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