Get out of town.
Mallorca famously has an extensive collection of fashionable restaurants, Michelin star chefs that toil over innovative and artistic menus, traditional family restaurants that have brought in international fusions and newly celebrated raw/ vegan menus that are promoting a healthier lifestyle.
We know that the eateries with their delicious menus have always been in demand and popular with both tourists and locals alike however, have you ever ventured out of the mainstream areas, towns and ports to discover the hidden gems that the smaller villages and rural spaces can offer?
Take a look and let us know…
SA TORRE DE SANTA EUGENIA Carretera Santa Maria Sencelles, Km.7, Santa Eugènia, Mallorca – The unique and rustic restaurant of Sa Torre is set in the cellar of the finca hotel of the same name.
The building dates back to 1550 and still holds the original wine caskets and Mallorquin details of the property. The menus changes weekly so you will always have a unique and exclusive experience.
QUITAPENAS VALLDEMOSSA Carrer Vell, 4, Valldemossa, Mallorca – A cute, traditional and rustic tapas bar that is only open at lunch time specialising in the typical Mallorquin Pa amb Oli.
It also features a mini shop that offers local produce from the surrounding areas. Add it to the list!
RESTAURANTE ES PATI Carrer Soler, 22, 07530 Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, Illes Balears, Spain – Set in the middle of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar you would never know that this hidden treasure of an eatery existed.
Relaxed and colourful Es Pati offer an exclusive and dynamic European/ Asian fusion menu.
MICELI Carrer dels Angels, 11, Selva, Mallorca – Miceli, set in a traditional village home offers a 5 or 7 plate tasting meal for around 45 euro (less than most general dishes at mainstream restaurants) the base of all the meals are regional ingredients that can be found locally and in season.
SA FORADADA Crta. Valldemosa, Deiá Km 6 – The highly popular and very photogenic cliff side restaurant is famous for its paella, grilled meats and fish.
The open terrace is open from March to October to make the most of the summer months. Make sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment.