Café Murada is an Italian restaurant located in the old Wall of Palma, where the traditional flavours of italian food
are mixed with the beauty and charm of a historical and legendary spot of the city.
It stands in an old palace restored by the mallorquin architect Gabriel Alomar. A key space to enjoy of one of the most spectacular sunsets that colours Palma Bay and the Cathedral while to the West you can distinguish the Sierra Tramuntana’s silhouette cropped
Café Murada’s chef cooks with Ballarini products,
quality since 1889. Made in Italy.
Royal Prawns Cocktail
YOUR EVENT IN A SCENE DOMINATED BY THE BEAUTY OF THE CATHEDRAL
Un evento se distingue por la elección del lugar, la comida y el servicio. En Café Murada fusionamos esos conceptos adaptándolos a sus gustos y necesidades.
Le ofrecemos un lugar inigualable donde celebrar una comida, una cena o un simple aperitivo. Los sabores de nuestras recetas darán el toque de frescura que distingue un gran acontecimiento.
En lo alto de la muralla que domina la bahía de Palma, disfrutará de una fresca brisa marina. Aquí su evento, sea familiar o profesional, destacará por la magia del lugar y sus espectaculares vistas del mar y la Catedral.
Consulte con nosotros, le aconsejaremos sobre cada detalle y diseñaremos un menú adaptado a su gusto, necesidades y presupuesto.
A PLACE OF LEGENDS
The wall of Palma was built by the Romans in the second century, although back then it was just a small fortress from which to monitor the bay, inside the walls a city began to grow as the vandals and the Bizantine people arrived to the city and managed to break through it. In the year 903, the Arabs conquered Mallorca.
After this war the city was in ruins and the wall had to be rebuilt again. Two centuries later after the catalán conquered it, it needed another improvement and it was lead by the mythical hero and great King of Mallorca En Jaume. Stone by stone, the walls shielded the city through the ages.
However, at the end of XIX century it became a belt that kept the city from growing. Because of this, on August 2 of 1902 part of it was demolished by command of the City Council in order to extend the city. Now, all that remains is the Cathedral Wall facing the promenade, a peaceful spot that seems to have forgotten all the battles both inside and outside its boundaries.
For any questions or suggestions, please contact us
Passeig Dalt Murada, 2
07001 Palma de Mallorca. España
871 51 33 13
Wednesday to Sunday
from 7pm to 11pm