Originally a flour mill—de foc means "of fire," signifying that the mill was powered by internal combustion—this is the oldest building in the village of Sant Climent. The interior, with paintings by local artists on the mellow yellow walls, is inviting, but the food is exceptional. Prawn carpaccio with cured Mahón cheese and artichoke oil, black paella with monkfish and squid, and carrilleras de ternera (boiled beef cheeks) with potato purée are standouts,
or ask for the separate menu of arrozes (rice dishes)—the best on the island and arguably some of the best in Spain. End with some local cheese ice cream and figs. In summer, book a table on the terrace. With a brewery on the premises, visible behind glass, you'll know what to drink.
Carrer Sant Llorenç 65, 4 km (2½ miles) southwest of town, Sant Climent, Menorca, 07712, Spain