20 best restaurants in Mallorca

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Mallorca is one of the most stunning islands in Spain, famous for its Mediterranean lifestyle, sparkling beaches, an abundance of golf courses, beautiful marinas and exciting nightlife, but did you know Mallorca also has lots of impressive restaurants? The Euro Weekly News has put together a list of the top 20 places to eat on this beautiful island.

1. Natur Poke Can Pastilla

Poke is a dish of Hawaiian origin with influences from Japanese cuisine that allows you to mix a wide variety of natural, fresh, rich, nutritious and healthy foods to taste, and at Natur Poke Can Pastilla you can customise your own poke bowl using their amazing fresh ingredients and toppings.

Natur Poke Can Pastilla also serves healthy brunch and breakfast food, as well as vegan and gluten-free options.

Open: 10am until 11pm

Address: Avinguda de Bartomeu Riutort 85, 07610 Can Pastilla

Book: 971 26 87 87

Price: €€-€€€

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2. Cannibal Cantina Bistro

Cannibal Cantina Bistro serves up classic Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as plenty of sharing dishes, in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.

Cannibal Cantino Bistro also serves thirst-quenching cocktails and drinks – the rum cooler comes highly recommended as a refreshing beverage on a hot day!

Open: 1pm until 4pm and 8pm until 11pm, closed on Sundays and Mondays

Address: Placa de Sant Antoni 8, 07002 Palma de Mallorca

Book: 662 54 20 89

Price: €€-€€€

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3. La Bottega di Michele

Known as one of the best Italian restaurants in Mallorca, La Bottega di Michele is part of a generation of restauranteurs. With over 100 years of history in the business, the menu offers traditional and authentic cuisine with a modern twist.

The quality of the produce, the experience and passion of the team and the cosy and warm atmosphere make this restaurant one you can’t miss when in Mallorca.

Open: 1pm until 10:30pm, 1pm until 4pm on Sundays

Address: C. de la Fàbrica, 17, 07013 Palma

Book: 971 45 48 92

Price: €€ – €€€

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4. Arux

Arux comes highly recommended by visitors and residents, serving up tasty tapas, burgers, cocktails and desserts with friendly and attentive service.

This family-orientated restaurant has a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere and is known for serving up the best veggie croquettes in the area!

Open: 9am until 2am, closed on Tuesdays

Address: Ecónomo Torres 17, Port de Pollenca

Book: 663 00 23 90

Price: €€-€€€

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5. Indian Fusion

If you’re a fan of Indian food, Indian Fusion has a large menu as well as vegan, veggie and gluten-free options.

They serve tasty Indian food using fresh produce from Mallorca, promising an unforgettable dining experience in a friendly and family-orientated atmosphere.

Open: 1pm until 2pm and 5pm until 10pm

Address: Avinguda Mèxic 3, 07400 Port de Alcudia, Alcudia

Book: 971 89 21 95

Price: €€-€€€

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6. Maristel Bistro & Bar

Maristel Bistro & Bar uses fresh, quality ingredients including fruits and vegetables from the island, resulting in delicious local and regional dishes as well as other more informal but equally tasty ones that are ideal for sharing.

This bistro, bar and cafe is known for its tender meats and Mediterranean dishes as well as breakfasts and healthy cuisine.

Open: 7:30am until 11:45pm, collection only on Thursdays

Address: Eusebio Pascual 9, 1st Floor terrace with views, 07192 Estellencs

Book: 971 61 85 50

Price: €€€€

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7. Noir Mallorca

For traditional Dutch and European food in a beautifully decorated restaurant, Noir Mallorca has got you covered for tasty breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes.

Noir Mallorca is known for its friendly service, beautifully presented food and fresh ingredients – the salads and sandwiches come highly recommended!

Open: 9am until 12am

Address: Carrer de Santanyi, 07660 Cala d’Or

Book: 602 58 54 41

Price: €€-€€€

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8. Cheftable Thai Restaurent

If you fancy some fresh and healthy Thai food, Cheftable Thai Restaurent is a gem of a restaurant in Puerto Pollença that comes highly recommended – particularly for their pad Thai, tempura prawns and crispy spring rolls.

Cheftable Thai Restaurent has been dubbed one of the best-kept secrets in Port de Pollença!

Open: 12pm until 11pm

Address: Llevant – 4, Port de Pollença

Book: 660 44 69 06

Price: €€-€€€

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9. Hungry Gastro Food Bar

Although their menu is small, the Mediterranean fusion food at Hungry Gastro Food Bar is exceptional – the tuna tartare and grilled tuna are a must-try!

Open: 1pm until 3pm and 7:30pm until 10pm, 7:30pm until 10pm on Mondays

Address: Carrer d’Enric Alzamora 3, 07002 Palma de Mallorca

Book: 871 04 93 01

Price: €€-€€€

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10. Adrian Quetglas Restaurant

This fine dining restaurant offers a fine dining experience with a creative tasting menu and wine pairing. Located in the heart of Palma and overlooking the Torrent de Sa Riera, Adrian Quetglas Restaurant boasts an intimate, bistro-style ambience with attractive bonuses such as a vertical garden and highly attentive service.

Open: 1pm until 3:30pm and 8pm until 10:30pm, closed Sundays and Mondays

Address: Paseo Mallorca 20, 07012 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca Spain

Book: 71 78 11 19

Price: €€€€

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11. Terrae

This sustainable rustic-chic restaurant, set in the idyllic seaside town of Port de Pollença, serves a mix of foraged and locally sourced ingredients to form avant-garde dishes like leek croquettes in cauliflower cream and French toast with fruit and a goats cheese foam.

Open: 6:30pm until 11pm, closed on Mondays

Address: C. Virgen del Carmen, 19 – 07470 Puerto de Pollenca

Book: 620 70 72 52

Price: €€€

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12. Patiki Beach

Pataki Beach isn’t your typical chiringuito, all of their produce is sourced on the island with a menu that changes with the seasons.

This beach bar is perfect for brunch, lunch or dinner and you can then watch the sun go down behind the mountains as you enjoy a cocktail admiring the view.

Open: 12pm until 7pm, closed on Sundays and Mondays

Address: Cami del Far, 2, 07108 Sóller

Book: 971 63 45 58

Price: €€

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13. Mar de Nudos Mediterranean & Japanese cuisine

This classy, open-air restaurant is known for serving some of the best Mediterranean-Japanese fusion food on the whole island. Elevated above the stunning marina and overlooking the yachts, you can enjoy your meal while watching the sun go down over the sea.

Mar de Nudos also holds great events for special occasions such as New Year and regularly has live music to complete your dining experience.

Open: 12pm until 11pm, closed on Wednesdays

Address: C/ Muelle, 6. Local 1. Moll Vell de Palma., Palma de Mallorca

Book: 971 21 47 22

Price: €€€€

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14. Sa Fabrica de Gelats

For something sweet, head to Sa Fabrica de Gelats where you can choose from around 40 locally made ice-creams!

This artisanal ice cream shop in the medieval town of Soller also uses fresh, locally grown organic fruit for its legendary orange and lemon sorbets.

Open: 10am until 7:30pm

Address: Plaça des Mercat, s/n, 07100 Soller

Book: 971 63 85 01

Price:

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15. Ca’s Patro March

Balanced over the picture-perfect rocky cove at Cala Deia, this restaurant serves huge plates of freshly caught fish and seafood, accompanied by crisp, local white wine.

For a restaurant with an incredible view over the sea, you can’t get better than Ca’s Patro March.

Open: 10am until 6pm

Address: Carrer Sa Cala, 16, 07179 Deia

Book: 971 63 91 37

Price: €€€

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16. Es Rebost

With four outlets in Palma (including one at the airport), Es Rebost is somewhat of a Mallorcan institution!

The chain works with local farmers for its dishes, including beautifully fresh salads, tender burgers and Mallorcan veggie gratin.

Open: 8:30am until 10:30pm, closed on Sundays

Address: Avenida Jaume III 20, 07012 Palma de Mallorca

Book: 871 02 75 89

Price: €€-€€€

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17. 31 Restaurant & Bar

No. 31 Restaurant and Bar is a lovely modern restaurant with a small but varied menu and excellent food.

This restaurant is a great choice for a dining experience with unique cocktails.

Open: 7pm until 10pm, closed on Sundays

Address: Calle Vicenç Buades, 31, 07470 Port de Pollenca

Book: 608 05 29 29

Price: €€-€€€

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18. FaBrick Food & More

This cool restaurant has a young vibe and a variety of homemade dishes to suit all tastes.

Their signature dish, pulpo with potato salad, is a must-try when visiting.

Open: 7pm until 10pm, closed on Mondays and Tuesdays

Address: Calle San Magin 84, 07013 Palma de Mallorca

Book: 610 89 06 21

Price: €€-€€€

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19. The Venetian Palace

A hidden gem in Palma Nova, The Venetian Palace has some of the best cocktails in the area as well as tasty gastropub food and desserts in a great location by the beach.

If you’re into watching sports, The Venetian Palace also shows premiership matches on its multiple big screens.

Open: 11:30am until 11:45pm

Address: Passeig Mar, 30 Local 1, 07181 Palmanova, Calvia

Book: 689 79 43 60

Price:

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20. S’estret

You can’t visit Spain without trying out the traditional tapas, and S’estret has some of the best in Mallorca at amazing prices.

All of the food here is freshly cooked to order and the friendly and knowledgeable staff are always on hand for recommendations!

Open: 12:30pm until 3:30pm, closed on Saturdays and Sundays

Address: Calle de Jovellanos 6C, 07170 Valldemossa

Book: 686 16 16 39

Price:

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