Restaurants in Majorca
Like most Mediterranean eateries, Mallorca restaurants are big on olives, wine and seafood, and they don’t disappoint when it comes to serving up the island’s best. Before you start your day be sure to pop into a local café like C’an Joan de Saigo for a couple of ensaimadas, Mallorca’s very own version of the croissant. Later in the day, head to Palma, the island’s capital, and get tapas and a couple cocktails at restaurants in Mallorca like The Tapas Club or La Boveda. And make your evening meal extra-special by making reservations at a Mallorca restaurant like Mare Nostrum, which specializes in Mediterranean food and sits near the Northeastern coast of the island, or go native at Cellar Sa Premsa, a bar and restaurant that specializes in Mallorcan cuisine set amid bullfighting posters. And for those seeking the absolute best in seafood, grab a table at restaurants like Casa Fernando or La Muleta. Both serve the freshest food the Mediterranean Sea has to offer.
Tiny squid, which are brought in from down the street, are fried with wild garlic, and local spring lamb is served with tumbet, the rich Majorcan stew of potato and eggplant.