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Recommended Restaurants In Majorca

Posted on: July 4th, 2016 by admin No Comments

The largest of the autonomous Balearic Islands has long been a favourite with tourists, and as such plays host to a number of remarkable eateries worthy of even the most discerning palate. Here we run down just a small selection of some of the best restaurants the island of Majorca has to offer.


Simply Fosh

Hotel Convent de la Missió, La Missió 7

Based in the upscale Hotel Convent de la Missió, this restaurant – home of acclaimed British chef Marc Fosh – was awarded a Michelin star in 2014. The seasonal menu offers Mediterranean cuisine crafted from the finest locally-sourced ingredients. The set lunch menu is incredibly light on the wallet and is the perfect tantalising glimpse of what to expect from the dinner service. Reservations are essential.

Es Molí d’en Bou

Protur Sa Coma Hotel, Calle Liles, Sa Coma

Although the rural charm of its original windmill setting has been lost, the decision by Tomeu Caldentey – another Michelin-starred chef – to move his restaurant to more refined surroundings is in keeping with the calibre of food on offer. Renowned for a highly creative approach to Majorcan cuisine notable for its innovative combinations of taste and texture, this one is definitely worth a visit. Once again, reservations are essential.


Calle Santa Caterina d’Alexandría 1, Puerto de Sóller

Whilst the food at Lua is obviously of a very high standard, of particular attraction here is the restaurant’s location. Positioned as it is in Port de Sóller, diners are afforded views of the picturesque harbour which contribute to an incredibly pleasant eating experience. With a menu comprising grilled locally-caught fish paired with a variety of exciting sauces, reservations are strongly advised to guarantee a place on that scenic terrace.

El Celler

Calle Hospital 46, Petra

Although this list primarily references fine dining restaurants, it would be remiss not to acknowledge that an equally enjoyable meal – and all-round dining experience, really – can also be had at one of the island’s many exceptionalceller restaurants. These establishments, popular in the island’s smaller towns and villages, are housed in converted wine or oil cellars with menus built around highlighting traditional Majorcan dishes, and El Celler is amongst the best of them. There are no reservations, and weekends tend to be busy with locals.

Buen Provecho!

Majorcan Food – The Long Standing Traditions of Majorcan Dining

Posted on: December 2nd, 2013 by admin No Comments

Majorcan Food


Traditional Majorcan food is based around the local produce with an emphasis on vegetables, fish and pork. Popular main courses include Fiduea which is the Majorcan version of paella and which is made with noodles instead of rice. Pork is cooked in many different ways and for llom amb col the pork is covered with raisins and pine nuts and wrapped in cabbage before being cooked.

Majorcan food also includes interesting desserts, which tend to be quite light dishes. These include crème caramel or gato de almendras which is an almond cake that is traditionally served with ice cream made from toasted almonds. Ensaimadas are another popular desert choice and are also often served for breakfast. They are pastries made in a spiral shape which are dusted with sugar and which can be filled with a variety of fillings such as jam or even sausage depending on when you are eating them.

Nikki Beach Club: Not To Be Missed!

Posted on: July 16th, 2013 by admin No Comments


Nikki Beach Club is the most glamorous venue in Mallorca. Located at Calvia Beach, on the south-west coast of the Balearic island, Nikki Beach hosts varied events all summer long from the famous “White Party” at the start of the season, to jazz evenings, intimate soirees, and the notorious “Amazing Sunday” parties.

Nikki Beach Club features champagne parties, classic cocktails and world-class entertainments amidst the swaying palm trees on the pure white beach. No wonder it’s so popular with the “in-crowd!” With a globally-inspired cuisine at Nikki’s beach-side restaurant, live acts, and podium dancers, a visit to Nikki’s is a summer experience not to be missed.

Las Terrazas Beach Club

Posted on: July 6th, 2013 by admin No Comments


The restaurant at Las Terrazas beach club in Illetes, Mallorca serves a varied menu to match whatever time of day you happen to be there. With a fantastic view from its prime spot, overlooking the beautiful sandy cove, you can breakfast while you watch the sunrise, stop off for a light lunch in between swims or settle in with the evening crowd to sample the Mediterranean cuisine or some delicious cocktails, while the resident DJs set the tone.

Whether you’re enjoying the heat of the day or the ambience of a moonlit night, you can soak up the atmosphere on the terrace that gives the club its name. With beach showers to keep you feeling fresh, changing rooms for your privacy, and kayaks and pedal boats to enable you to fully explore the warm, clear waters, you won’t want to leave the area from dusk ’til dawn.