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Restaurants in Palma La Lonja
La Lonja is home to well-known tapas restaurant Forn de Sant Joan, while Italian Ribello has also built an excellent reputation over the years. Ritzi Palma– like its sister restaurant Ritzi Portals – serves authentic Italian cuisine in a sophisticated setting inside boutique property BO Hotel. The trendy Beatnik bar and restaurant is also inside a boutique hotel: Purohotel Palma. The very popular tapas bar La Boveda is always packed and Koa, from the same owners as Forn de Sant Joan, is one of the coolest in the area. La Taperia is German-owned and offers high-quality tapas in a homely Spanish setting. Just outside La Lonja, Ombu offers creative tapas, and Bruselas is a find for steak fans.
Restaurants in Santa Catalina Palma
The other main area in Palma for restaurants is Santa Catalina which is famous for its food market Mercat de Santa Catalina where you will find lot of interesting stalls selling fresh fruit, vegetables and fish as well as the more recent trend of eating at one of the restaurants within the market. Interesting restaurants in Santa Catalina include the small family-run Italian restaurant which opened in 2014, the Indian restaurant Basmati, and Peruvian-fusion Sumaq. Laid-back surfer’s paradise place Duke continues to be popular. For delicious street food, head for Naan Street Food, while for a Parisian bistro-style menu inspired by fresh market produce, La Fabrike is an excellent option or for authentic Thai food cooked by talented Thai chefs visit Isaan Thai Cuisine. For an international culinary experience, try Vandal, whose chef takes inspiration from his Argentinian heritage as well as other cultures such as Peru and Russia. Nuru offers delectable Asian fusion made with seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. Sa Fulla is an intimate space with a bistro-inspired style mixing Mediterranean and Latin American flavours.
Good Restaurants to eat in Palma
If you are in Palma during the day and fancy a nice lunch we recommend luxury lifestyle store Rialto Living where you can dine in their attractive restaurant-cafe. The small innovative restaurant Canela is a favourite of ours for lunch, where you can enjoy lunch for a very good price in beautiful surroundings. On the same street, Carrer de Sant Jaume, in the hotel of the same name is the Fabiola Gastronomic Garden featuring a delectable sharing menu with fun garden-themed interiors. And situated between the two is El Patio de Gloria offering a creative and delicious menu fusing eclectic cuisines with panache. For authentic Mallorcan cuisine Casa Maruka is a great choice for lunch or dinner. Beyond Palma’s outer ring-road is Xino’s, run by German chef Gerhard Schwaiger and offering a daily-changing three-course lunch. Or for a very satisfying Italian lunch, Pomod’Oro is a solid choice with a menu full of innovative, delicious dishes to choose from. The Corrazzo family – having been in the restaurant business for two decades – know exactly how to serve-up mouth-watering Italian goodness. For something a little bit different, Avocado Club on Paseo MArítimois serving up delicious healthy lunches using the beloved avocado as their base. Expect avocado burgers, chips and some great salads and poke bowls!
Luxury Restaurants in Palma
You’ll find something a little extra special at these fine-dining establishment, some sporting Michelin stars, others with Michelin-star chefs at the helm. Two one-star Michelin restaurants that can be found in central Palma include Marc Fosh (previously named Simply Fosh) and the eponymous Adrián Quetglas, Michelin-star chef Andreu Genestra is having a lot of success with his city restaurant Aromata, while chef Genestra brings experimental quality cuisine to Bala Rojaon the edge of old town. Emilio Innobar is another fabulous upscale dining experience, where the menu fuses various cuisines from around the world. For refined dining overlooking the Paseo Marítimo head to the Bahía Mediterráneo with its top quality menu served in authentic 1930s surrounds. Local chef Santi Taura is known far and wide for his mouth-watering creations which can be enjoyed at his restaurant DINS at Hotel El Llorenç Situated in the historic Jewish quarter of La Calatrava, this restaurant is blessed with funky interior design by Magnus Ehrland and cool seating area where guests can watch Santi Taura at work. From her Michelin star restaurant in Port d’Alcúdia, Chef Maca de Castro is making her gastronomy accessible in the heart of Palma. Her restaurant Andana situated just strides away from the Estacio Intermodal Palma offers fresh local dishes sourced from Maca de Castro’s sustainable farm.
Fish Restaurants in Palma
If you fancy fresh fish then Can Eduardo is one of the best, or check out Pesquero on the waterfront. Right in Portixol, you can find the sea view restaurant Ola del Mar, where you can enjoy local fish at its best. Head to Pura Louzao for seafood with a distinctly Galician leaning, with fish and shellfish freshly sourced daily. A little bit further out of town is A Popa which is part of Nixe Palace Hotel. You can enjoy an amazing location overlooking the white sandy beach and palm trees while eating deliciously prepared fresh fish.
Tapas in Palma
When in Spain why not try tapas – the very trendy Tast Club is one of the most popular with well-to-do locals but it is difficult to get a table so reserve in advance. The Tast Group opened the stylish Ram Bar on La Rambla and is a must-visit place. The restaurant of hotel Cort – opposite the town hall in the centre of the city – serves excellent tapas in a stylish interior (or al fresco on the front terrace). Cor Barra i Taula, located by the fresh food market, Mercat de L’Olivar, is a place to share Mediterranean tapas with a twist designed by acclaimed chef Santi Taura.
Vegetarian Restaurants in Palma
For vegetarians we recommend the well-known restaurant Bon Lloc(four-course menu del día), the first vegetarian restaurant in Palma and still up there with the best.
International Kitchen in Palma
For Italian go to A Casa Mia or Ribello. If it is Japanese you are lusting after, favourites are Arume, or Daruma. The best Chinese restaurant on Mallorca – Made in China – offers excellent Peking duck. Try De Tokio a Lima, within Can Alomar Luxury Boutique Hotel, for Japanese/Peruvian fusion cuisine, overlooking the smart Borne thoroughfare. For authentic Mexican food, head to Manataco where owner Rubèn Guerra Gàmez invites you to try authentically-made, traditional tacos. The menu offers the type of food you’d expect to find in the heart of Mexico City – zingy flavours, bright colours and lots of spicy sauces.
Restaurants in front of the sea in Palma
If you are dreaming of sipping a glass of cava with sea views in Palma these restaurants are very nicely located: Mar de Nudos, and A Popa. In a prime front-line position on the Bay of Palma can be found at Katagi Blau, boasting sea views and a luxury hotel location in Hotel Llaut Palace. The menu leans towards Asian fusion and the restaurant boasts out of the best sea-view rooftop terraces in the area.
Hidden Jewels in Palma
This collection of restaurants are not the most simple to find, but certainly worth seeking out. While centrally located, the understated Canela restaurant is easy to miss, but offers great food in an intimate setting. And just along the same road, El Patio de Gloria offers diners an excellent and eclectic menu fusing comfort food with innovative twists. Tucked away nearby, on a side street just off busy Jaume III, Fera delights the senses with a superb menu of Asian-Mediterranean fusion. Set in the Posada Terra Sant boutique hotel, La Despensa del Baron offers Mediterranean cuisine with South American and Asian influences or nearby at La Vieja de Jonay Hernández try some creative and delicious cuisine served in different and unique ways . The M House Café Bistro can also be tricky to locate, but offers outstanding Modern Mediterranean cuisine in a secluded terrace in central Palma. Heading to the acclaimed Hotel Sant Francesc and you the choice of two hidden gastronomic gems, in the fine dining Quadrat and their rooftop bar. Clandestí aptly means ‘secret’ and there’s a hideaway feel to the Clandestí Taller Gastronòmic restaurant, which is owned and run by two talented young chefs and located in Palma’s Bon Aires neighbourhood.
From Markets in Palma
There are various options for dining in a buzzy market atmosphere, either in an authentic Palma markets amongst the fresh produce or in market-style spaces lined with food stalls. Santa Catalina and the centrally-located Olivar markets are the former, with both offering excellent sushi options (with Santa Catalina highlights including Es Racó d’es Sushi and Arume sushi bar). The San Juan Gastronomic Market has almost 20 stands offering everything from Thai to freshly cooked seafood, while Mercat 1930 is a smaller version on the Paseo Marítimo, both can get lively late.
Es Racó d’es Teix
Tucked away in a corner of the mountains, this Michelin star restaurant brings the many rich and varied flavours of the island to the table. Enjoy spectacular views over the valley from the spacious terrace, or savour a sense of intimacy in the romantic interior.
Disconnect with stunning views of the mountains and sea at this family-run restaurant. Reborn each month due to being dependent on seasonal produce, their menus are exciting, and each dish exquisitely presented. Choose from two sophisticated tasting menus, or á la carte menu.
Restaurante El Olivo
A fine dining experience in the luxuriously-positioned Hotel Belmond La Residencia; El Olivo offers a tasting, á la carte and a vegetarian menu, as well as an excellent wine list. The Mediterranean cuisine is complimented by the attractive decor of this former 16th century olive press, and the stunning views over Deià.
Dine by candlelight at this cosy restaurant, which specialises in Mallorcan flavours with an occasional Asiatic twist. The essence of this 250 year old former stable is captured in the exposed stone walls, and integrates perfectly with the surrounding landscape. The rack of local lamb is a firm favourite here.
Modern Southeast Asian cuisine wows the senses as this chic restaurant along Deià’s main street. Enticing sharing menus made with organic produce, an interesting selection of vegan and gluten-free dishes, and beautiful views are just some of the draws of this attractive venue.
Ca’s Patro March
An informal waterfront setting beside Cala Deià. The ocean views and fresh fish keep this place busy during the summer months. Soak up the seaside atmosphere beneath a rickety awning as you tuck in to succulent seafood and local wine.
Mallorcan-Mediterranean cuisine stars at this picturesque boutique hotel located between Deià and Sóller. From red shrimps to black pork, the ingredients are locally sourced and organic wherever possible. Dine within the reformed olive press or on the idyllic terrace with views of the valley.
Have lunch with the sand still between your toes at this relaxed restaurant on the beach. Their extensive menu of local and international cuisine is bound to satisfy everyone in your party. Sea views coupled with cocktails, and perhaps a DJ playing in the evening, make for a chilled holiday vibe.
Can Blanc Beach
Set beside Palmanova’s Porto Novo bay, this intimate restaurant exudes beach side glamour with its crisp white décor. Their menu is dedicated to Mediterranean cuisine, with a focus on fresh seafood and fish dishes. A place to sip champagne in the sunshine while you enjoy the sea views.
A new addition to Palmanova, this restaurant is attracting a lot of love with its quirky design features. Their playful dishes are well-presented and the varied menu features light meals, such as wraps and tacos, as well as woks, grilled meats and fresh fish.
Passionate about genuine Italian cuisine, owner Alessandro Leo now has three restaurants on Mallorca. High quality ingredients go into their menu, which includes a wide variety of wood oven cooked pizzas – just don’t ask for a Hawaiian! – as well as many southern Italian favourites. Discover Il Tano’s sister restaurants in Santa Catalina and Portals Nous.
A no frills venue serving authentic Vietnamese and Thai cuisine. Their flavoursome dishes are all freshly prepared, which does on occasion incur a wait. If you’re not in a hurry and would love to taste some delicious and well-priced curries, don’t hesitate to make a visit.
The spacious terrace of this Mediterranean restaurant offers stunning views overlooking the bay. They specialise in paella, seafood and fish dishes, though meat lovers will also find plenty on their menu. Groups are welcomed and special set menus can be arranged. An elegant yet relaxed environment for all the family.
Chefs from Bangkok conjure up colourful favourites of Thai cuisine at this restaurant along the beach walk. Accompany your meal with a refreshing Thai beer, or good Spanish wine. A tasty choice whatever the weather, with both interior and exterior seating available.
A smart venue dedicated to high quality Japanese cuisine. Their focus is on sushi made with premium ingredients. Located very close to the seaside, you’ll be able to enjoy the sea breeze from their spacious terrace. Sakana Noodle is their sister restaurant based in Palma.
The Olive Tree
This welcoming restaurant has an attractive terrace with views overlooking Son Matías beach. Supportive of its local community, the kitchen prioritises organic ingredients from Mallorca. On the menu is a variety of tapas, fish & seafood, meat dishes and luxurious desserts.
Morocco Lounge & Roofbar
Fergus Style Hotel has a fresh and stylish bistro serving contemporary Mediterranean cuisine. It overlooks the picture-perfect Playa Carregador. The tasteful lower and upper terraces provide an idyllic setting to enjoy quality cocktails while watching the sunset.
Cafè Palmanova – Amadip Esment Fundació
A ‘gastronomic project with social value’ is how this foundation refers to its three spacious and light-filled restaurants. Giving worthy employment to those with special needs, and prioritising local ingredients, are just two of their principles. Their three course set lunch menu is excellent value. A number of restaurants stay open all year around, catering to the appetites of local residents. That said, Palmanova is much quieter in the winter, and it’s always worth checking restaurant opening times to avoid disappointment. For more fine dining experiences, head to nearby Puerto Portals.
Can Picafort Restaurants
The popular beach restaurant is proud to ‘keep its feet on the sand’ literally, and provides a relaxed atmosphere and front row sea views. It’s the place to share an enticing variety of paella-style dishes, or cuisine with an Asiatic twist. DJ’s play here in summer.
Quoted as ‘One of the Great Chefs of the World’ by the Discovery Channel, Michelin-starred chef Dr Miquel Sánchez Romera has brought international acclaim to the Can Picafort culinary scene. His work as a renowned neurologist makes the restaurant l’Esguard quite different from the rest. His tasting menu blends the precision of a scientist and the creative flair of an artist, serving unforgettable dishes you won’t want to miss.
Royal Beach Gastrosenses
Engage your senses at this stylish beach club on nearby Playa de Muro. Their menu offers gourmet Mediterraneangastronomy, as well as Japanese cuisine, created by an expert sushi chef. Enjoy the mesmerising sea views and a delicious cocktail while you wait for your meal.
An attractive, family-friendly restaurant with an imaginative menu of international cuisine. Whether fresh seafood, Thai curry, quesadillas or tapas; there is bound to be something to suit your taste. A roomy terrace, a daily set dish of the day, and live music in the summer, explain its ongoing popularity.
Sink your feet into the sand at this beach side restaurant, famed for its delicious paellas. The quintessential Mediterranean vibe is captured in the wicker baskets, shabby chic paintwork and unbeatable sea views. In summer, you’ll be able to enjoy cocktails and live music in the chill out area.
Located close to the marina and seaside promenade, this light-filled restaurant specialises in Mediterranean cuisine. Minimalist white decor with nautical touches creates an uplifting atmosphere in which to dine on good quality sea food, classic tapas and meat dishes.
A casual, family-run restaurant dedicated to no-nonsense Mediterranean cuisine. Their menu is comprised of a wide range of salads, fresh fish and paella, meats, tapas, and pizzas. Recently renovated, choose between eating in their smart interior, or outside on their sheltered terrace.
A welcoming Mediterranean restaurant at the very southern end of Can Picafort’s seaside promenade, with uplifting sea views. There’s a strong Italian influence running through the menu, with homemade pasta among their specialties. It’s also a relaxed spot for a coffee, or refreshing cocktail, if you’ve yet to work up your appetite. Can Picafort’s beautiful coastline attracts thousands of tourists and sea view restaurants can get very busy. We always recommend making a reservation, particularly in the popular summer months.
PUERTO PORTALS RESTAURANTS
Founded over 30 years ago, this Mediterranean restaurant counts Spanish royalty among its diners. Unfussy decor leaves all your attention for their refined gastronomy, each dish made with the highest quality local ingredients available. Their apple tart is quite the celebrity.
An effortlessly, elegant Italian restaurant overlooking the harbour. Mediterranean influences are notable on their menu, which prioritises fresh, seasonal ingredients. Their daily three-course lunch menu is refined and well-balanced. Should you have a special desire for lobster, oysters or caviar, their à la carte menu promises to deliver.
Sashimi and creative sushi rolls are the specialities of this Japanese restaurant overlooking the harbour. Dine al fresco, or in their intimate all-white dining lounge. A marked Mediterranean influence is apparent on their menu. Expect Asian dishes with a twist.
Flavours from the Mediterranean and Latin America thrill the taste buds at this stylish waterfront restaurant. Owner, Chef Fernando Pérez Arellano, gained two Michelin stars for his innovative cuisine at Zaranda. Discover their daily lunchtime menu, lounge in their cocktail bar, or even book a culinary workshop.
Set away from the busy front line, this high end Indian restaurant offers a relaxed and romantic atmosphere. While their extensive menu includes many familiar dishes, let yourself be tempted by some of India’s real favourites. How spicy you wish your experience to be, is entirely up to you.
International cuisine and a front line view of the yachts is the draw of this long-running restaurant, belonging to the Cappuccino group. A hearty full English Breakfast, their signature burger for lunch, or perhaps a supper of salt-crusted sea bass; you’ll be able to soak up Puerto Portal’s air of glamour from their terrace, whatever time of day.
Fine cross over cuisine is the promise of this high end restaurant overlooking the harbour. Dishes from both Asia and Northern Europe feature on their menu. You’ll find delicious spicy Thai soup, sashimi and also Wiener Schnitzel. A venue with great appeal among the German yacht owning community.
Watch the world go from the spacious terrace of this classically decorated café and bistro. A familiar name to those in Mallorca, Cappuccino offers a discerning menu of international dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s also a great spot to unwind with coffee and cake, or a refreshing cocktail.
A combination of fabulous sea views and refined Mediterranean gastronomy make this small, stylish restaurant a popular destination. While a seat on their terrace is naturally sought-after, the open kitchen allows diners to see the creativity of the chefs first hand. Choose from their tapas, à la carte or excellent set menus.
A contemporary Japanese restaurant offering a menu. You’ll find high quality sashimi and creative sushi dishes alongside various other culinary delights, such as miso soup with foie and truffle. Soak up the atmosphere on the terrace seating, or watch the masterful chefs at work in the stylish interior.
Santa Ponsa Restaurants
Restaurante 7 Fuegos
Whether a lunch of lobster salad or dinner of perfectly grilled sirloin steak, a meal here will be complimented by beautiful views of the marina. Specialising in Mediterranean cuisine with an Argentine influence, their dishes are flavoursome and elegantly presented. The relaxing atmosphere attracts an international clientele looking to unwind beside the water’s edge.
800 Grad Celsius
A paradise for meat lovers thanks in part to their American Southbend oven which cooks at 800 degrees Celsius. Their menu includes a vast selection of steaks – Wagyu and Black Angus among them – as well as plenty of side dishes, refreshing starters and homemade ice cream and desserts.
Mesón del Rey
A spacious and atmospheric Mallorcan restaurant serving favourites from the island and classic Spanish cuisine. The quaint rustic decor and affordable set lunch menu are the draws of this venue, which is popular with the locals. A place for a casual lunch and suitable for all the family.
Mesón del Mar
Mediterranean cuisine with a terrace overlooking the stunning bay make this restaurant an appealing prospect. A series of set menus are on offer during the week, including a reasonably priced three course lunch menu. Expect fresh fish and tasty rice dishes.
ll Vivo Italian Urban Style
A place to satisfy your craving for unpretentious Italian cuisine with a terrace setting. On the menu, you’ll find fresh pasta dishes, pizzas, changing specials, as well as homemade burgers and salads. You may be tempted to stay a little longer with one of their freshly made cocktails. Since it’s a seasonal destination, some restaurants close during the winter. It’s always worth checking opening hours before making a special visit. Whether you choose one of our recommendations or another top restaurant, we hope your experience is full of flavour in Santa Ponsa.
Vegetarian Restaurants in Palma
This 100% eco kitchen in Palma brings healthy, vegetarian food straight to your door. Head to their website, veggysfastfood.es, and order from a menu of home-made burgers, hot dogs and puddings. All delivered in plastic-free packaging, Veggys is committed to feeding you guilt-free, plant-based fast food. Got that Friday night takeaway feeling? Veggys is your weekend go-to. Try the Pomona Premium burger washed down with a bottle of their own organic artisan beer – delivered by electric motorbike!
Hosts Joanina and Albert await your visit to their relaxed Café Riutort, just a stride or two off La Rambla. The rustic and stripped-back interior is reflected in the food, which is no-fuss, back-to-nature, tasty grub. Dishes include thin slices of the much-loved avo with tomato on toast or in an olive oil-glazed salad. A well-known spot for brunch, this veggie-loving duo also know how to knock up a good cup of coffee. Sit outside with friends, flat white in hand and a bowl of sunny plant-based goodness.
This hidden gem in the heart of Palma is run by Ruth and Eran, who have taken inspiration from their travels and designed a menu rooted in sustainable cooking. Their hummus platter with roasted vegetables is always a crowd-pleaser, specially when washed down with a glass of white wine. Or, for a winter warmer, the hot turmeric drink arrives like sunshine in a cup, and is best made with oat milk. Exposed brickwork, quirky art and mismatched furniture conjure thoughts of a life well travelled, inspired by new foods and cultures.
A two-minute walk from Plaza Mayor you will find the cobbled square of Plaza de la Quartera. In the summer this little plaza is buzzing with music and chit-chat enjoyed over a feast of vegetarian food. Their chalkboard outside displays the menu of the day, which for three plates plus dessert is €15, or for one plate less, €11.70. Home-made soups and plant-packed burgers are all to be enjoyed outside in the plaza or inside in their small but very cute restaurant.
Reach the end of Calle de Cotoner in Santa Catalina and there – facing a plant-green exterior – you will find the family-run EcoVegetaria. Potted plants and candlelit tables make this a veggie favourite in Palma, where diners can enjoy can a menu of the day for €10.95. Their rice dishes are raved about far and wide for their creamy textures and creative play. The 24-carat gold and tikka masala rice is just one of many that chef Jesús Garcia serves steaming hot and topped with edible flowers.
Just off Plaza Cort is Bagel run by the warm and welcoming Andrew and Stephan. At 6am, Stephan is in the café basement firing up their traditional American bagel machine – the only place in Mallorca to do so. Their bagels are 100% vegan, fresh and full of flavour. Swathes of cashew nut cream, mashed avocado and fresh marmalade are just some of the options available. Andrew, a master barista, is proud to serve illy coffee alongside their bagels, which can be enjoyed al fresco or inside.
Vegan and Raw
No place in Palma understands the power of plants more than at Vegan and Raw. Alongside offering a daily vegan menu, Beverly Pugh and her team, run wellbeing workshops, detox programs and talks. The cosy café doubles as a Food Farmacy, where visitors can learn about the benefits of eating raw food and adopting a vegan diet. On Saturday mornings they do a great all-you-can-eat brunch that often involves live music or yoga sessions. Stay in the know by signing up to their newsletter
Temple- Cocina Sana y Vegetal
Temple in Santa Catalina believe you are what you eat, and that your mind and body is a temple to be looked after. Their 100% organic vegetarian and vegan menu comprises vibrant salad bowls, raw cakes and gut-loving kombucha – all made with love and care. You will first enter their shop – arrayed with Indian prints and incenses – and then further through, find a cool eating area with rustic wooden tables. The world is put right at Temple, where, sure enough yoga sessions can also be enjoyed.
Craving some peace in Palma? The tropical garden at Temple Natura is a quiet sanctuary in the area of Calatrava, where visitors relax under a canopy of palm leaves. In the heat of the summer, this is where you’ll find some much-needed shade while you tuck into your delicious meat-free lunch. Their Super Vegan Nachos always go down well, as do their home-made lemonade and energy juices.
Cala Murada Restaurants
Restaurante Playa Cala Murada
Book a table here for the best views overlooking Cala Murada beach. The spacious seaside hotel restaurant is open all day long. It provides an idyllic setting for a healthy breakfast, leisurely Mediterranean lunch or animated evening meal with live music. An extensive menu caters for all appetites – and for all the family.
For those seeking entertainment with their meal, this lively venue puts on regular live music events. Their menu is diverse, with plenty of familiar international and Mediterranean dishes. It’s particularly popular with British tourists, who highly rate the cocktail list. On a balmy evening, sitting outside on their terrace with a cover band playing old favourites, a relaxed holiday vibe is almost guaranteed.
This family-friendly Spanish restaurant has been open since 1968, offering a casual setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Surrounded by souvenir shops, it’s a place to watch the world go by for a while from their ample terrace. In addition to a menu of Mediterranean, Spanish and international cuisine, they are also a cafeteria and ice cream parlour.
1661 Cuina de Banyalbufar
Tuck into healthy, homemade Mediterranean cuisine in this cosy restaurant. Their creative kitchen demonstrates a great appreciation for fresh, local ingredients. Beneath the shade of olive trees, outside seating along the flagstone street allows diners to soak up the laid-back atmosphere of rural Mallorca.
This family-friendly Spanish restaurant has been open since 1968, offering a casual setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Surrounded by souvenir shops, it’s a place to watch the world go by for a while from their ample terrace. In addition to a menu of Mediterranean, Spanish and international cuisine, they are also a cafeteria and ice cream parlour.
After impressing Michelin judges, this family-owned restaurant, was awarded a ‘Bib Gourmand’. They serve freshly-made Mediterranean and Mallorcan cuisine; including delicious paella. Views of the sea and hillside can be enjoyed from the upstairs terrace. The downstairs bar offers a more casual ambiance for light snacks and drinks.
A traditional family-friendly Spanish restaurant specialising in fresh fish and flavoursome rice dishes. If you’ve yet to taste the typical Mallorcan ‘arroz brut’, this is a good place to try it. Vegetarians will find tasty grilled vegetable platters and vegetarian paella.
This charming restaurant welcomes vegans, vegetarians, celiacs, and all those seeking high quality Mediterranean gastronomy. Fresh pasta is one of the highlights of their discerning menu. Sit outside in the intimate terrace beneath the twinkle of fairy lights, or inside in the attractively decorated dining room.
Sink into the breathtaking sea view at this aptly named restaurant. For groups and families with different preferences, their à la carte menu offers plenty of variety. Choose between tapas, salads, fish, sea food, meat and pasta. Alternatively, drop in for a coffee and a homemade dessert.
This elegant restaurant is located within the luxury rural hotel of Son Julia, on the outskirts of Llucmajor. Dine beneath sandstone arches, or outside on the beautiful terrace. Fresh, seasonal ingredients – many from the estate itself – are used in their creative and sophisticated Mediterranean dishes.
An unassuming entrance leads to a hidden gastronomic treasure with Asian-influenced cuisine and the freshest of ingredients in the main square in Llucmajor. Tasty seafood, playful combinations of flavours and textures and friendly service make this a must-try when visiting the area.
Can Tià Taleca
Bluesy music and a stylish lounge greet diners at this tasteful Mallorcan restaurant. The spacious dining room is decorated with agricultural antiquities, yet white walls and fresh flowers keep it feeling fresh. On the menu you’ll find superior tapas, very complete meat dishes and a list of mouthwatering specials with Mallorcan flavour.
Enjoy a spot of people-watching from the terrace of this emblematic colonial building in the main square. The café serves breakfast and lunch. The international cuisine ranges from light sandwiches and salads; to substantial fish and meat dishes.
Colourful floor tiles, mismatching chairs and a quirky menu board; this eclectic tapas bar is brimming with character. Their menu is dedicated to gourmet tapas and typical Mallorcan ‘pa amb oli’. Wine lovers will appreciate their discerning wine list, which focuses on produce from local vineyards.
There are a surprising number of pizzerias in Llucmajor, and L’Altra is considered to be one of the best. It provides terrace seating along a pleasant pedestrianised street. Authentic Italian cuisine is the promise; you’ll find plenty of fresh pasta dishes and wood oven cooked pizzas.
Take a break from a round of golf at Son Antem Marriott’s Club. La Terrassa restaurant provides an idyllic spot to unwind and survey the beautiful grounds over breakfast or lunch. High quality Mediterranean cuisine is the focus of their menu; there’s a choice of a buffet breakfast, a set lunch menu or à la carte menu.
Michelin star chef, Alvaro Salazar, is at the helm of Cap Vermell Grand Hotel’s newest restaurant. Voro’s menu is dedicated to innovative Mediterranean cuisine, which won’t leave diners indifferent. For a memorable gastronomic adventure; lose yourself in their 11 course tasting menu.
Elaborate fusion cuisine is served at Melbeach Hotel & Spa’s seafront restaurant. Their menu brings together flavours from across the Mediterranean. While breakfast and lunch is a more relaxed culinary affair than dinner, the sea views during the day never fail to add that special touch.
It began as a modest hostel serving food to visitors to the Artà caves. Today, Vintage 1934, located in Cap Vermell Beach Hotel, boasts gourmet Mediterranean cuisine and the creations of an award-winning pastry chef. Vibrant contemporary art hang from the fresh white walls and the sea views are stunning.
Spectacular sea views can be enjoyed from the terrace of this five star luxury hotel’s restaurant. Avant-garde Mediterranean cuisine is concocted with high quality seasonal ingredients; some of the produce used is even grown on the hotel’s estate. The adult-only restaurant has received high praise from Michelin judges.
Porxada de Sa Torre
Tuck into a hearty meal of suckling pig in the grounds of Canyamel’s medieval tower. There are two set menus to choose from. Slow-cooked lamb with honey is another specialty of the house. The historic building displays typical Mallorcan character. In summer, the terrace opens for diners to bask in the sunshine.
The Tapas Bar
Superior Spanish ingredients make up the menu at this attractive tapas bar in the luxury Cap Vermell Grand Hotel complex. Iberian hams and delicious cured cheeses paired with a local wine is all you truly need for a great tasting evening. That said, there are plenty more mouthwatering combinations on offer.
Sweeping views of the Canyamel valley greet diners from the terrace of Asia. The restaurant, located on the Cap Vermell Grand Hotel resort, unites cuisine from China, Indonesia and Japan. Dishes are beautifully presented, and in keeping with the elegant setting in which they are served.
Colonia de Sant Jordi Restaurants
This bright and contemporary nautical-themed restaurant takes its seafood very seriously. They promise only the freshest ingredients on their menu, which features a range of ocean-inspired dishes; from ‘salmorejo’ with mussels to seafood fideuà, and lobster stew. Their terrace along the waterfront is also a great place to enjoy a cocktail.
Bistro y Restaurante La Pérgola
Bistro y Restaurante La Pérgola offers quality Mediterranean cuisine paired with an extensive list of over 400 wines. Recommended by the Michelin guide, expect the very best of fine dining here where only top quality ingredients are used. Overlooking the town’s ancient salt flats, the restaurant forms part of the 4 star El Coto hotel which is simply stunning, inside and out.
Modern, cool and chic, Laos delivers more than is at first anticipated. It glass architecture makes for a steely ambience but what it lacks in colour it makes up for in delicious food and friendly service. A large bar and roof-top terrace on its higher floors secure it as one of the best places to head to in Colonia Sant Jordi.
Sal de Cocó
Award-winning chef, Marta Rosselló, demonstrates her passion for innovative Mediterranean cuisine at this contemporary restaurant beside the port. Sample her creations in a monthly- changing seasonal lunch or supper menu. Alternatively, choose dishes to share from the à la carte menu; fresh fish is their specialty.
This beautifully restored farmhouse restaurant is located in between Colònia Sant Jordi and Ses Salines. Its name refers to the pine trees which surround the pretty garden in which you can enjoy an idyllic alfresco meal. Their menu of exquisite international cuisine is well-presented, generous and full of flavour.
Cassai Beach House
Relax with unlimited sea views on the pretty terrace of this Mediterranean-style beach house. The extensive menu includes a tapas selection, salads, meat and fish dishes. There are two special set menus on offer for lunch or dinner, which are available to groups of four or more.
Enjoy the romantic ambiance of this Mediterranean restaurant, located in the gardens of a five star luxury hotel, 5km from Colònia Sant Jordi. The adult-only venue presents an à la carte menu which includes plenty of succulent meat and fish dishes.
5illes Beach & Sunset occupies a desirable spot along Playa Estany beach. Creative tapas, refreshing cocktails, sea views and live music on the weekends are the main attractions. Sister restaurant, 5illes Eat and Drink, is situated in town and serves delicious tapas and fruity cocktails.
For those craving a decent paella, S’arrosseria always delivers. As their name implies, they specialise in rice-based dishes; from combinations, such as artichoke and prawn, to meatier rice stews. The creative kitchen team use organic, seasonal produce wherever possible.
Discover a discerning menu dedicated entirely to local, seasonal produce from the island; think lamb from Fornalutx and fresh Balearic fish. Now under new management, the Hungarian chef previously expressed his culinary creativity at Soller’s excellent Agapanto. Whether you choose the set lunch menu or evening tasting menu, you can expect a gourmet experience.
Traditional Mallorcan cuisine is on the menu at this comfortable restaurant. Slow-cooked suckling pig, the rice-based stew -‘arroz brut’- and lamb dish -‘frito mallorquin’ -, are just some of the noteworthy typical dishes. Uplifting scenes of beautiful natural landscape can be enjoyed from the terrace.
This rustic restaurant is another reliable option if you’re looking for traditional Mallorcan gastronomy. The family-friendly restaurant offers local specialties, as well as paellas, fish and hearty meat dishes. The lofty Tramuntana peaks and terracotta rooftops of the village combine in an idyllic backdrop.
A relaxed Spanish restaurant where you can enjoy a light lunch of tapas, salads, or typical ‘pa amb oli’. For larger appetites the varied menu also offers a wide selection of fish and meat. The family-friendly restaurant is also open in the evening. If you’re lucky, you can dine outside; however, tables are limited.
This brand new tapas bar is the creative enterprise of Café Med’s former owner. Clearly, his passion for innovative gastronomy in the Tramuntana village is still very much alive. The contemporary space is dedicated to enticing fusion cuisine, prepared in small portions ideal for sharing.
A cosy Italian restaurant serving good quality, crispy thin pizzas, fresh pasta and homemade desserts. The popular pizzeria has enough options to satisfy all the family. When in doubt, choose the pizza of the week. From the terrace, you can enjoy a view of quintessential rural Mallorca.
New Red Fort
This Indian restaurant is a new addition to Fornalutx’s culinary landscape. It is the sister restaurant of Soller’s Red Fort. Choose how spicy you’d like your meal from a wide selection of curries. If you’re overwhelmed by choice, you can opt for the evening set menu available for two people.
Mirador Ses Barques
The stunning vistas from this traditional Mallorcan restaurant justify the journey. Located on the Carretera Puig Major, it’s only a ten minute drive from Fornalutx. There is a spacious rooftop terrace, and a dining room with plenty of windows, from which to appreciate the views of mountains and sea.
For the gastronomes looking for something special, a reservation at Oliu may be the answer. It’s located in a former olive press with a tranquil terrace for alfresco dining. The setting is fitting since local olive oil plays an important role in their exquisite Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant is located on the road between Andratx and Port Andratx.
Pink copper lanterns and chesterfield-style booths combine attractively at this contemporary restaurant along Carrer de Sa Constitució. Grilled meat on their Josper charcoal oven is their specialty; they import premium steak from Cantabria. The stylish gastrobar is also a great place for drinks, with a good selection of beers, wine and cocktails.
Es Cantó Nou
There’s a homely feel about this restaurant, which is dedicated to traditional Galician and Mallorcan cuisine. In winter the conservatory is a light-filled dining room; in summer, you can enjoy the sunshine on their terrace. A well-priced set lunch menu is served every day, and there’s an à la carte menu in the evening.
Sa Societat de Ca Na Fornera
Dine beneath the high ceilings of this traditional Mallorcan town house. The decor is unfussy; the food unpretentious. On the menu you’ll find tapas, local specialties, paella and much more. There’s also a changing set lunch menu. At the back of the building is a very spacious courtyard, perfect for a leisurely lunch or supper.
Pizzeria La Plaza
Its position on Andratx’s main square, Plaza Espanya, makes this pizzeria an appealing choice for those wanting to soak up the village atmosphere. It’s a family-friendly, informal Italian restaurant with daily changing specials and plenty of choice of pastas and pizzas. There are also some good local wines to accompany your meal.
La Tapa Granaina
Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of this authentic local tapas bar. Popular with residents, this down-to-earth restaurant offers plenty of Spanish flavour close to the main square. Tuck into dishes such as oxtail stew or pork knuckle; or order from a wide range of classic tapas. Finish off with one of their homemade desserts.
Folies Beach Club
A premium beach side experience characterised by luxury Balinese beds, a shimmering pool, cocktails and a menu of fusion cuisine. Sample flavours from Peru, Mexico, Japan and South East Asia in dishes ideal for sharing. This beach club is the smaller sister to the exclusive Beach Club Gran Folies in Port d’Andratx.
Port Adriano Restaurants
Mediterranean cuisine made with the freshest, local ingredients is the promise of this comfortable restaurant located on the first floor of the Philippe Starck marina. Typical Spanish dishes are given a creative twist and beautifully presented. The natural materials used in the décor accentuate the relaxed seafront atmosphere.
Coast by east
Sushi, sashimi and robata style dishes are on the menu of this welcoming Seafood, Grill and Bar. If you and yours love to sample different flavours, this is the place for you. Pack some swimwear. On a hot day, their pool may prove irresistible.
A sister bar of coast by east, Sansibar is another Hamburg export. With views overlooking the marina, it’s a Mediterranean version of the popular restaurant from the island of Sylt. Discover seasonal dishes and classics from the original Sylt menu, as well as an extensive list of fine wines and champagnes.
Trattoria Vino del Mar
The tranquil harbour views bid diners unwind at this gourmet Italian restaurant. It’s both a romantic venue, and accommodating to large gatherings. Celiacs will find plenty of options on their menu, including pizzas, exquisite fresh pasta dishes and delicious homemade desserts.
For a light Mallorcan meal, tuck into a ‘pa amb oli’ at this casual terrace café. The winning combination of bread topped with moreish Spanish cheese and ham is best accompanied with a glass of good local wine. The café hosts live music events.
Marisqueria el Faro
From tuna tartare to a whole sea bass in a salt crust; this classic Spanish restaurant caters to those dreaming of fresh fish and seafood. On weekends during the warmer months, you can enjoy live music with your evening meal. The pleasant yacht views combines very well with a cocktail from their enticing list.
Traditional Spanish tapas or an à la carte menu of Mediterranean cuisine can be found at this spacious terrace restaurant, spread over two floors. From its privileged position at the entrance of the port, you’ll be able to savour views of the sea and Philippe Starck marina. Lobster paella and fresh fish of the day are among their specialities.
Located on the outskirts of Peguera, breathtaking sea views await you at the end of the short uphill drive. Their à la carte menu presents a careful selection of high quality Mediterranean cuisine and authentic flavours from Mallorca. Reserve the table on the private glass-fronted balcony to make your meal extra memorable.
This attractive steakhouse is decorated in the style of a rustic South American hacienda. The smell of grilled meat is mouthwatering. Naturally it’s the carnivorous who feel most at home here, though the diverse salad bar is worth a mention. The spacious terrace is inviting in summer, while in winter the venue can feel quite romantic.
Mar y Mar Restaurant & Beach Bar
Listen to the waves roll in at this laid-back beach bar and restaurant. Dried grass umbrellas and wood furniture in muted colours combine perfectly with dazzling sea views. The menu is dedicated to superior Mediterranean cuisine, with an emphasis on fish and seafood. It’s an idyllic place to watch the sunset with a cocktail.
For a chilled-out lunch beside the sea, this crowd-pleasing venue offers an extensive menu of international cuisine and plenty of terrace space. The family-friendly venue is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A spot of afternoon tea and cake while you soak up the atmosphere is another appealing possibility.
Pacific Bay Mallorca
Occupying a prime spot in the square, Plaza Playa Tora, this cool surfer bar buzzes with good energy. On the menu, you’ll find a range of popular international dishes, including hamburgers, pasta and tapas. When Peguera hosts its fiestas, visitors often gather here to listen to live music and drink beer in the sunshine.
For a leisurely Italian meal alfresco, +39 provides an impressive terrace. Expect stonebaked pizzas, fresh pasta, fish and meat dishes. A set lunch menu is available and there are daily changing specials. The wall seats are ideal for drinks with friends; the curtains and individual hanging lamps providing a sense of intimacy.
Hesperia Mallorca Villamil
The glass-fronted restaurant at this five-star adult-only hotel offers privileged views overlooking the sea. White and blue decor tie in with the vistas and sophisticated ambiance. Formerly known as Veleria, and now simply Seaside Grill, their menu specialises in refined Mediterranean cuisine.
Sa Coma Restaurants
Tomeu Caldentey ‘Cuiner’
Award-winning chef, Tomeu Caldentey Soler, has closed his Michelin star restaurant, Molί d’en Bou, to start a new concept in Hotel Protur Biomar. This time he invites diners into his kitchen to take an intimate and tailored gastronomic tour of Mallorca with one of his three tasting menus.
Café de la Mar
A spacious terrace is part of the attraction at this lively Steakhouse & Grill, a short walk from the beach. It’s particularly popular with British tourists. Portions are hearty, whether paella, classic Spanish tapas or freshly barbequed meat. They also serve cocktails.
The Beach Bar
Situated across from the beach, this laid-back eatery serves Mediterranean and international cuisine. The sea views and shabby chic decor evoke that quintessential beach side vibe. On the menu, you’ll find a range of dishes from seafood platters to woks and curries.
A typical family-friendly Spanish restaurant serving a great value set lunch menu. The dishes are generous and unpretentious; grilled fish, paella, barbeque steak and plenty of traditional bread with ‘alioli’. It has a spacious dining area and terrace seating, and is popular with the locals.
A homely Italian restaurant along the seaside promenade at S’Illot. A small terrace at the front of the restaurant provides views of the sea and rocky shore. Expect delicious homemade pasta and piadizzas typical of the Adriatic coast. Dishes are freshly prepared and well-presented.
Cala San Vicenç Restaurants
Hotel Hoposa Niu
Enjoy beautiful sea views from the terrace of this boutique hotel. The restaurant is open to both guests and all those wishing to make the most of the picturesque bay. Attractively-presented dishes of Mediterranean cuisine can be found on their à la carte menu.
Restaurante Cala Barques
A deliciously chilled vibe pervades this Spanish restaurant on Cala Barques beach. Chequered table cloths flutter in the sea breeze and the smell of freshly grilled fish and paella fills the air. In the summer months, your meal may be accompanied with the melodic beat of a live Cuban band.
Fresh fish and seafood are the specialty of this cosy Mallorcan restaurant overlooking the bay. Wood beams and fishing basket lamps add a charming rustic touch. It’s an ideal place for a leisurely lunch of paella with an uplifting sea view.
For a casual lunch away from the sand, this Italian restaurant offers an extensive list of Mediterranean favourites. Pizzas, homemade pastas, salads and grilled meat all feature on their crowd-pleasing menu. Not fine dining, and yet a seat on their welcoming terrace may prove to be satisfying experience.
Mallorcan gastronomy with a contemporary twist is the focus at Hotel Cala Vicenç. The decor emphasises this theme with colourful tiles and traditional ‘robes de llengües’ fabrics paired with Nordic style furniture. Choose to dine in the attractive interior or al fresco beside the pool.
Puerto Pollença Restaurants
For Mallorca food harvested straight from the land, there’s nowhere better than Terrae Restaurant. Bold Venezuelan Chef David Rivas is changing the face of local cuisine, serving-up creative dishes in an intimate, fairy-lit setting.
Modern Italian cuisine is the main focus here, though the creative Milanese chefs also incorporate authentic Spanish flavours too. Seasonal produce influences their list of specials, and there’s an early bird menu for those willing to dine before 20h. Their spacious terrace is a popular spot during the warmer months.
Celler La Parra
Housed in a former wine cellar this traditional Mallorcan restaurant is an atmospheric venue in which to enjoy hearty dishes from the island. Set away from the sea front and bustle of tourist, it’s popular with the locals, which is always a good sign.
Beautiful views overlooking the harbour make this spacious waterside restaurant an immediate hit. Its extensive menu caters to diners at all hours of the day, proposing flavoursome dishes from Mallorca to Asia. An affordable high-quality three-course set menu is available for lunch or dinner.
Contemporary Mallorcan cuisine is beautifully presented at this welcoming restaurant, located a stone’s throw away from the seafront. While the roast suckling pig and local lamb are particularly popular here, there are also tasty vegetarian options, tapas and paella.
La Terrassa at Illa d’Or
This luxurious Wellness & Spa Hotel serves a wide variety of elegant Mediterranean cuisine at its seafront restaurant, La Terrassa. The tranquil sea views are the perfect accompaniment for a relaxed lunch, atmospheric dinner or cocktails as the sun sets over Pollensa bay.
Hoposa Bahia Hotel
Originally a 19th century holiday house, this charming hotel continues to seduce guests into a state of bliss with its stunning sea views and fine Mediterranean cuisine. Feel the breeze in your hair as you savour their specialty seafood dishes al fresco.
365 Son Bull
The beautiful five star Son Brull Hotel & Spa is a former monastery and an atmospheric venue in which to enjoy superior Mediterranean and Mallorcan cuisine. While lunch may be an informal affair of creative tapas, the á la carte and tasting menu in the evening deliver an exceptional fine dining experience.
The Josper charcoal oven achieves the perfect balance of grilling and braising, which is why it’s the main attraction here. Using high quality ingredients, predominately locally sourced – whether lamb, beef or fish – leads to consistently delicious results, so don’t be put off by its location beside a roundabout about 5 minutes drive from the town of Pollensa.
Celler el Molí
A traditional family-friendly Mallorcan restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine, including many of the island’s most representative dishes. Suckling pig and slow-cooked goat are popular here, and their paellas also come highly recommended. A very affordable three-course lunch menu means it can get very busy and it’s worth booking ahead.
Housed in Pollensa’s former cinema, this refined dining experience begins with an elegant entrance hall. In a tastefully decorated interior, with a log fire roaring in winter, this restaurant offers a tasting menu and a sophisticated á la carte menu of international flavours, which are beautifully presented.
Delightfully situated on the main square in Pollensa’s old town, this stylish restaurant specialises in innovative Italo-Mediterranean cuisine. The brain-child of two old friends with over a decade’s experience in the industry, Q11 is also a wine shop where you can partake in wine tastings of local and international varieties.
Dine within the peaceful courtyard of this well-loved Italian restaurant. Fresh pasta, locally sourced fish, succulent seafood, tender meat dishes and classic homemade desserts, can be expected at this restaurant owned and run by Sardinian chef, Giulio Perino.
Trattoria y Pizzeria la Trencadora
A charming restaurant dedicated to Italo-Mediterranean cuisine. The pretty garden and courtyard provide an uplifting setting and romantic ambiance for a memorable meal. Sink into the delicious flavours of fresh pasta, wood oven cooked pizza and delicious desserts.
Tan a Gustito
What this chic restaurant lacks in sea views, it makes up in sheer deliciousness. The friendly team offer a gourmet experience from the homemade bread and fresh pasta right through to the beautifully presented pudding. The cuisine is largely Mediterranean with influences from the chef’s homeland of Ecuador.
Nikki Beach Mallorca
The luxury beach club has an award-winning restaurant which conjures up colourful fusion cuisine from around the world. As well as an extensive á la carte menu, there’s also a sushi, raw and caviar bar. Hosting gastronomic events throughout the season, this oceanfront complex is sure to keep your taste buds entertained.
Spectacular sea views greet diners from the tastefully decorated terrace of Melia’s ME Hotel’s stylish restaurant. Fresh flavours from the sea dominate their menu, whether scallops, squid, fresh fish or lobster. They also have a selection of appetising vegetarian dishes to choose from.
Zhero Beach Club
Belonging to the Zhero Group, this hip beach club offers an upmarket chill-out space beside Magaluf’s beautiful beach. The decor of wood, shell and linen achieve that beach side look and a casually glamorous atmosphere in which to enjoy Mediterranean cuisine and freshly made cocktails.
One of Magaluf’s newest additions in Momentum Plaza, this contemporary tapas bar plans to repeat the success it’s had in Palma. Choose between hot and cold ‘pinchos’, delicious grilled meats or tapas to share; best enjoyed with a glass of wine or cold ‘caña’ as you watch the world go by.