Fera’s Borderless Mediterranean-Asian Cuisine is inspired by Executive Chef, Simon Petutschnig’s love for Japanese flavours along with the rich source of seasonal ingredients found in Spain. Fera is an interactive journey of Simon’s culinary evolution where texture, flavour and ingredients are paramount. The exclusive menus offered, as well as the a la carte menu, welcome our customers. Fera’s wine list is carefully hand-picked to emphasise wines that communicate a sense of quality and authenticity. Fera is also the only restaurant on the island to offer the award winning Difference Coffee, which was founded with the aim to identify the world’s best coffee and make them with a difference.
Simon brings together the heat and passion of the Mediterranean with the soul of Asia. Before joining Fera as Executive Chef and partner the Carinthian from the village of Eberstein in Austria has worked with several star chefs. Among others, he worked for “Paco Pérez” in the Miramar restaurant (**), as well as in the “Alkimia” with Jordi Vilà (*).
Fera is located in a quaint, little alley in the center of Palma. It opened on the 24th of October, 2017 and is owned by Sheela and Ivan Levy and Simon Petutschnig. Their aim was to create a space that had a sense of welcoming warmth, aesthetic art and design, uncompromising service and exquisite gourmet food.
Food and Art, they have a lot of in common. Because both flatter the senses, with skilful combinations, with aesthetic compositions, with mastered details. At Fera Palma Simon Petutschnig’s delicious dishes are a pleasure for the eyes and the palate. They are works of art, as contemporary Pictures, Photographs, Sculptures and Installations from the Levy collection which decorate the restaurant in the heart of Majorca’s Capital.
Let yourself be inspired by Art & Gastronomy.
“It’s the innovative creations from the Austrian-born chef Simon Petutschnig that really sets it apart. Making full use of the island’s bountiful produce – along with the restaurant’s organic garden – he artfully blends local and Asian flavours to create what he describes as ‘borderless Mediterranean’ cuisine… Just like Palma, it was a feast for all the senses.”
“Head chef Simon Petutschnig entices Mallorcan and international gourmets with his Mediterranean-Asian cuisine every evening to his Foodie heaven.”
“It is a feast for the senses; a glorious palatial building, transformed into a romantic, sensual space by interior designer, Sheela Levy, full of original art, impactful design; and of course, the culinary creativity from the quiet gastronomic genius, chef Simon Petutschnig.”
“Hidden in an unobtrusive street is one of the city’s chicest addresses… Service is slick and the accompanying breads and oil, a feast alone…”