Restaurants

Top Choice Spanish in Santa Eugènia

Sa Torre Restaurant

Run by the fabulously hospitable López Pinto Ivars family, this wonderful country restaurante makes great use of a high-vaulted 15th-century cellar, complete with stone columns and giant wine casks. The four-course …
Top Choice Mallorcan in Inca

Celler Ca'n Amer

Refinements to Mallorcan classics are the hallmark of Tomeu Torrens, who slings the pans at this lively celler, rustically charming with its wooden beams and huge wine barrels. The house speciality is lamb shoulder …
Top Choice Mallorcan in Caimari

Ca Na Toneta

Making loving use of the fruits of local producers, and what they grow themselves, Ca Na Toneta is an exceptional country restaurant that invites diners to linger over six courses – whatever the chef has created for…
Mediterranean in Inca

Joan Marc Restaurant

A total contrast to Inca's dark and traditional cellers is this light, imaginative restaurant. The minimalist decor is softened by nature-themed design touches like tree trunk coat hangers and almond shells. Sunny, …
Mallorcan in Algaida

Ca'l Dimoni

On Algaida's northern fringes, Ca'l Dimoni is rustic Mallorca through and through, with wood beams, chunky tables, cured sausages hanging from the rafters and an open fire where chefs sizzle up meaty mains. There's …
Mallorcan in Santa Maria del Camí

Moli des Torrent

The area's most atmospheric restaurant, set in a stone windmill on the country road leading north of Santa Maria to Bunyola. Sit in the vaulted interior or on the pretty patio for delightful home cooking that makes …
Mediterranean in Manacor

Reserva Rotana

A slice of rural luxury, this tucked-away finca (estate) offers genteel ambience and polished service in its beamed dining room and flower-draped garden. Top-notch ingredients and careful cooking shine in dishes lik…
Mallorcan in Lloseta

Celler Ca'n Carrossa

Sit inside by the exposed stone walls or opt for the garden at this converted 18th-century house. What's on the five-course tasting menu depends on the whim of the chef, Joan Abrines, but the food, which draws on ol…
Mallorcan in Sineu

Celler Es Grop

Watch your step as you descend into this cheerful, whitewashed 18th-century cellar, lined with huge old wine vats and other historical ephemera. Galician cuisine vies with Mallorcan favourites on the meat-heavy menu…
Mallorcan in Petra

Es Celler

Step down off the street and into this wonderfully cavernous cellar restaurant with soaring ceilings and old wine barrels. Its specialities are barbecued meats, roast lamb and roast suckling pig, but it also rustles…