Discover the top Mallorca places to eat
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Discover the top Mallorca places to eat

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On a recent long weekend to Palma, the biggest and most important thing on my “to do” list was to relax and enjoy the sunshine but the traveller inside me is never content with just sitting by the pool. I don’t think you can ever claim to have truly “been” somewhere if you haven’t actually explored the surrounding areas and sampled some of the local cuisines. So, today it will be about food and here are my top five suggestions with location on where you can eat while your in Palma de Mallorca. I hope to be helpful. 🙂 Being a food lover (especially when it comes to Spanish dishes), one of my favorite place is El Puerto located in Calle Cervantes.

This place has a reputation for plating up the best paella around here. And if you are not a paella lover, you must know that everything is good including the pulpo Galician – octopus with paprika. Beside of its excellent food, this traditional Mediterranean restaurant comes with a first-rate view right across the harbour and the beach. In Cala Figuera there are several restaurants along the water that are quite lively at night but my favorite restaurant is on a few streets back from the water in an old church. La Petite Iglesia is run by the sweetest french couple and the food there is so, so good. You must visit and try some of their tasty recipes!

If you are in Soller town, try out one of the cafes on the main square or dine at the well received restaurant at Hotel Salvia. Also worth a visit are El Olivo at La Residencia and Restaurante Sebastian in Deia. From rustic home cooked local produce to high end Michelin star restaurants, Soller and the surrounding area brims with culinary options to indulge in. The last and the most amazing one is located in the famous Santa Catalina. The restaurant A ma Maison serves a variety of French Tunisian dishes to enjoy whilst being in a relaxed, cosy dining experience.

Because all their dishes are homemade, the chefs can change the recipe to cater for any dietary requirements vegans, gluten free, diabetic etc. In brief, Mallorca is one of those wonderful travel clichés: an island that suits everyone. Glorious sandy beaches and clear blue seas, a food scene that is both traditional and modern, great bars serving goblets of gin & tonic and inventive tapas plus miles of winding roads through rugged mountain scenery, perfect for those who want an unforgettable vacation.






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