Most country inns are run by Mallorcan families and offer typical Mallorcan dishes. You can find them all over the island, often on busy country roads, but also in small villages. The food is simple, usually freshly prepared and therefore very good. Many restaurants offer a "Menú del día" from 13-16h, a cheap lunch with 3 courses, including wine and water for 12-15€. You can choose between 2 or 3 options, a typical main course is pork fillet, lamb, fish, poultry, rabbit or paella. This is usually preceded by salad, soup or pasta and ice cream, pudding or cake for dessert, with bread, olives, wine and water. In the evening, it will usually cost many times more, mostly a la carte. Even if you order a menu there in the evening, you will pay considerably more and drinks are charged extra. The closest one is Can Gusti, which you can even reach on foot, about 800 metres.
The Mallorca newspaper has listed 10 authentic restaurants where you can experience traditional cuisine. The closest one is Es Celler in Petra.