The island of calm whets the appetite of everyone, among landscapes, monuments, beaches… But you have to create time to eat! 😃 Whatever your tastes and budget, Mallorca’s restaurants will always be up to the challenge.
Before I forget and talking about beaches… Have you ever heard of Mallorca’s best lost beaches? Well, let’s get on with it.
Mallorcan gastronomy is a perfect example of Mediterranean cuisine, in terms of the use of a local product of great quality. If you add to that the countless international influences that the island receives all the time, you can only obtain a rich and varied culinary experience.
If you are wondering what to eat today in Mallorca, you have come to the right place. In this article we are going to tell you where you can satisfy your voracious appetite. A list for all tastes and all pockets, of course!
OUR ADVICE: Although Mallorca has everything to offer in terms of cuisine, we would recommend that you opt for local products and the most deeply rooted gastronomy; after all, since you are here…
Zaranda stands out among the most prestigious restaurants in Mallorca and not only because of its two Michelin stars. Fernando Pérez Arellano’s project is a brilliant revision of the basic pillars of Mallorcan gastronomy.
Eating in Zaranda is an exciting gastronomic experience. You’ll find it at the Castell Son Claret hotel in Es Capdellá, one of those places for which the hackneyed term “incomparable setting” seems to have been made specifically for.
Address and telephone: Carretera Es Capdellá-Galilea, km 1.7 (Es Capdellá). +34 971 13 86 27
It is not easy to stand out among the restaurants in Palma de Mallorca, but Infineat has done it. Founded by a group of former contestants of a popular television contest, its international fusion menu seduces locals and strangers.
The ingredients of success: a charming place, impeccable service, an original and well thought-out menu and really good dishes. The excellent value for money also helps. If not, look at the feedback.
Address and telephone: c/Fábrica 15 (Palma de Mallorca). +34 871 94 16 04
3. Sa Bodegueta.
Speaking of worthwhile restaurants in Palma, how about Sa Bodegueta? A historic winery in the heart of the city, with more than 100 years of history and an essential point in the festival of San Sebastian that changed course in 2012.
And the change didn’t hurt them. Those who are looking for a central and trustworthy place to have snacks, this is it. If you want to have dinner, you can too. And breakfasts are becoming their hallmark. Uncompromising cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere.
Address and telephone: c/ Sant Crist 2 (Palma de Mallorca). +34 971 44 79 26
TRAVELLER TIP: Whenever we can, we at Tubillete like to get closer to the markets, a real insight into reality. In the case of Palma, the fashionable place to buy and especially to eat is the Mercat de l’Olivar.
When you think of restaurants in Mallorca, you think of Mediterranean cuisine, fish and rice on a terrace next to the beach… Xiringuito is just that, what you expect to find under that name, but with a touch of added quality.
Oh, and in German. We also think of Germans. Well, that’s not lacking either, because Xiringuito is part of the ambitious Teuton project called La Familia Son Moll, located in the northeast corner of the island.
Address and telephone: Av. América 34 (Cala Ratjada). +34 971 56 41 70
5. Ca’n Calent.
If you are in the southeast of the island and you are looking for a close and good place to eat, Ca’n Calent is the answer. The house of the Vicens brothers, in the small village of Campos, focuses on Mallorcan gastronomic tradition giving it a contemporary touch.
The know-how, the use of familiar local products and prices that are not exaggerated generate the false impression that everything is very simple. There is the great virtue of knowing how to re-create the traditional cuisine.
Address and telephone: Ronda Estació 44 (Campos). +34 971 65 14 45
This is a little gift for the more alternative. Clandestí Taller Gastronòmic is the daring venture of two young and talented chefs, who offer you go and eat without knowing what; only the price, which by the way is not exaggerated either (and with the water included).
A maximum of 12 diners, a five-course menu, an old garage as a restaurant, open from Wednesday to Sunday in the city’s fashionable neighbourhood. More than a restaurant, a philosophy of life. And on top of that, the food is finger-licking good.
Address and telephone: Guillem Massot 45 (Palma de Mallorca). +34 663 90 90 53
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We end our list of restaurants in Mallorca with a real gem: S’Hortet. An ingenious, light offer, based on organic and local products. A cozy and refreshing space at the foot of the Tramontana. And a very affordable price. Who gives the most?
Although in principle it is a tea room, it has a varied menu of salads and toasts, as well as delicious juices and smoothies. The perfect place for a snack while visiting the northwest coast of the island.
Address and telephone: c/ Es Clot 20 (Deià). +34 687 95 59 18
We hope that our small and necessarily incomplete list of restaurants in Mallorca will help you to enjoy an enriching gastronomic experience; or, at least, to fill your belly and recharge your batteries to keep on travelling.
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In this blog, I will transmit my knowledge through complete posts with the intention of helping you prepare your dream vacation.
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