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The chef Doro Buirrún, as a real menorcan, enjoys cooking seasonal local produce or as we call it today in the foodie world, Km0 or slowfood.
Although the produce used in the kitchen of Bistro Ládico is local and the love that our chef and cook give to the creation of each dish, the detail that makes the difference is the fusion between a Mediterranean base and other types of cuisine, such as the Oriental or French, thanks to the worldwide experiences of Doro Buirrún and to the oriental touch given by the cook Jay Rupisán.
It is very easy to live and be on holiday in the mode #menorcaslow mode thanks to places such as Casa Ládico where the visitor and the environment are both treated with the greatest respect. Fantastic, locally served food, most notably the Menorcan cheeses and wines. This slow pace of life is contagious, making it very easy for the visitor to be at one with the islands culture and environment.
It’s such a privilege to enjoy Menorca at this time of year: discover the Camí d’en Kane road with its traditional dry stone walls, savour the lush green countryside with the promise of spring in the air; from here you can see our highest mountain Monte Toro, and standing right at the top you get a 360º view of all of Menorca’s patchwork of fields and terrain; gaze at the gentle Meditrranean Sea lapping the shores of the second largest island in the Balearic Islands, watch out for highlights such as the charming Port of Fornells and the nearby beaches of Son Parc, Cala Pudent, Arenal d’en Castell.
And if you wake up early, watch the very first sunrise in Spain from the lovely bay of Calesfonts, close to the mouth of one of the largest natural harbours in the world, Mahón, and dotted with small islands that ooze history, such as the Illa del Rei and Lazareto.