Four generations of women have owned and run El Bungalow. | Pere Bota
El Bungalow, by the beach in Palma's Ciudad Jardín, is another long-established restaurant that is threatened by a Costas Authority order. Famous for its paella and popular with both residents and tourists, El Bungalow has been operating with a restaurant licence since 1983. A family business, Maleni Bonet explains that her great-grandfather originally bought what was a bungalow in 1943. It was a wedding present for her grandmother, and it was her mother, María Pinya, who obtained the licence 39 years ago.