Palma’s newest bakery looks as stylish as the set of a Wes Anderson movie. And it’s not just fans of the famous film director who are delighted with the bread store, which was created by none other than the British industrial designer Jasper Morrison. Unlike at the movies, though, Can Pa doesn’t smell of popcorn but of freshly baked bread.
Bread is so symbolic of basic needs that it even appears in the Lord’s Prayer. And if there is one institution in Mallorca that serves people every day, it’s Esment. So it seems just logical that the foundation now also opened a bread store.
Whether at Cafè Palmanova, Cafè Inca or Es Pes de sa Palla – the many regulars appreciate the home-baked bread. It is an integral part of the menu and a trademark of the Esment restaurants, which are committed to integration into the labor market. And known for their great regional cuisine. Quite a few guests like to take a loaf of bread home after the meal.
With Can Pa, however, there is a bakery now where you can not only get classic baked goods like empanada, coca or ensaimada, but also Esment’s fantastic desserts. Nins i Nines, for example, the delicious chocolate cake. Or the funny yellow ball with Mousse de Limón. And the bread is scrumptious, too. From simple barra or plain pa d’es forn to sourdough bread with walnuts or made from carob flour.
Located in the heart of El Terreno, Can Pa is just a few steps away from Plaça Gomila. The neighborhood at the foot of Castell de Bellver is currently undergoing major changes. But everyone meets at the bakery.