Top 10 Mind-Blowing Restaurants In Mallorca

When you go on holiday you go for the wonderful culture, the sights, the landmarks, the history... and the food. And Majorca's menu will certainly not disappoint, with fresh meat, tapas and some of the best sea-food in the Balearics. Here are 10 amazing restaurants in Majorca bound to get your taste-buds tingling...  

 

 

The Sea Club at Hotel Cap Rocat, Palma

The Posh One - A former military fortress located in a secluded area of the bay of Palma. Located on the waterfront, the Sea Club is an open-air restaurant which offers dishes cooked in a traditional Mallorcan firewood oven and grill. Pricey but worth it for that view!

Photo by: www.caprocat.com

 

Badal Burger, Palma

The Family-Friendly One - This neo-gastro burger joint has been turning heads over the past few years in Palma, with a lot of visitors claiming it to be the 'best burger' they've ever had, including a fantastic kids menu!

Photo by: www.luxurytastemaker.com

 

The Room, Santa Catalina, Palma

The Budget Citybreak One - This fresh and simple bistro has been recommended by The Guardian for its good value - with three course menus at just 13 euros (including a drink!).

Photos by: www.nytimes.com and www.seemallorca.com

    

 

Es Cellar, Petra

The Rustic One - "Step down off the street and into this wonderfully cavernous cellar restaurant with soaring ceilings and old wine barrels. Its specialities are barbecued meats, roast lamb and roast suckling pig, but it also rustles up Mallorcan classics like arros brut (dirty rice)" - The Lonely Planet

Photos by: www.pgroenplaats.com and www.seemallorca.com

    

 

Daica, Llubi

The Rural One - Set in the middle of the countryside, this restaurant offers traditional Mallorcan grub and is a great excuse to drive out into the more peaceful and less touristy area of the island.

Photo by: www.saboleda.blogspot.com

 

Ca Na Toneta, Caimari

The Pure One - This country gem is run by a bunch of food enthusiasts who are dedicated to supporting local produce. Ca Na Toneta has a seasonal menu that works in harmony with the Mallorcan environment. In their own words: "through direct communication with fisherman, locals and trade colleagues we have created honest country cooking with a touch of flair."

Photos by: www.financialtimes.com and www.twitter.com/canatoneta

   

Simply Fosh, Palma

The Arty One - Winning Trip Advisor's Certificate of Excellence 2014, this restaurant - run by top chef Mark Fosh - is perfect for those who like their food displayed like a work of art in front of them.

Photos by: www.crazydutchfoodie.com and www.spaingourmentexperience.com

 

Cellar Sa Premsa, Palma

The One With A History - This restaurant was founded back in 1958 and has kept the same character and soul. "This cavernous hall will get you back on the Spanish track – it’s about as traditional as it comes, all bullfighting posters and slightly surly waiters, but the cooking is spot-on." - The Guardian

Photo by: www.cellersapremsa.com

 

Es Guix, Pollensa

The Paradise One - “The splendidly isolated local restaurant, in a converted hunting lodge along a rough private road. With its renowned menu of mountain dishes and its own, bracingly cold spring-water swimming pool, it attracts foodies and families from all over the island.” -  The Independent.

Photos by: www.tripadvisor.com

    

 

Santi Taura, Lloseta

The Popular One - Hosted by a famous chef of the same name, this super popular eatery must be booked in advance - everyone and their dog wants to taste what this place has on offer.

Photo by: www.restaurantsantitaura.com

 

 

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