In the maze of narrow streets in Palma’s old town hides a cute little bakery named Nata the Cook. Popular for its tasty choice of vegan treats, freshly baked every day. Neighbors love to grab a tostada for their merienda. And visitors strolling by spontaneously stop for a coffee and a pastry at the small bar or the bright yellow table outside.
Every morning, there are lots of mouthwatering baking goods in the vitrine and on the shelves. Carrot, Rosevelvet and almond cakes, cookies and small pastries with matcha or coconut as well as savory coca and focaccia. All baked by Nata, short for Natalia, the pastry cook.
The vegan sweets are nicely moist, less sugary, and many of them gluten-free because she likes to substitute wheat with almond flour. Nata only uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients and prepares everything herself. Thus avoiding the use of pre-fabricated, highly processed products.
For special occasions like birthdays or weddings, you can pre-order your favorite cake. In addition, Nata the Cook also delivers her vegan delicacies to caterers and restaurants on Mallorca.
You will find the bakery in a quiet side street in the former craftsman quarter between Santa Eulàlia and Plaça Coll. Among artisan workshops, a vinyl record store, a feminist bookshop, and many more.
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