8 dishes that will make you want to dine in Arta
Walk through the door of Arta and you immediately feel like you’ve been transported from Glasgow’s Merchant City to a courtyard in Mallorca. The listed building, which was a cheese market in Medieval times, is a vast space of stone pillars, lush flowers arrangements, and sweeping staircases and balconies that look like they’ve been transported from a film set of Romeo and Juliet. When we visited on a Thursday it was salsa class night so there were couples twirling in the main bar as we dined. Marvellous.
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