Restaurants

Top Choice Modern European in Palma de Mallorca

Marc Fosh

The flagship of Michelin-starred Fosh's burgeoning flotilla of Palma restaurants, this stylish gastronomic destination introduces novel twists to time-honoured Mediterranean dishes and ingredients, all within the co…
Top Choice International in Palma de Mallorca

Toque

A father-and-son team run this individual little place with real pride and warmth. The food is Belgian-meets-Med (perhaps cauliflower cream with butifarrón sausage, raisins and pine nuts, or pork cheeks with peach) …
Top Choice Mediterranean in Palma de Mallorca

Can Cera Gastro-Bar

This restaurant spills onto a lovely inner patio at the Can Cera hotel, housed in a palau that dates originally to the 13th century. Dine by lantern light on tapas-sized dishes such as frito mallorquín (seafood frie…
Mallorcan in Palma de Mallorca

Restaurant Celler Sa Premsa

A visit to this local institution, going strong since 1958, is almost obligatory. It's a cavernous tavern filled with huge old wine barrels and faded bullfighting posters – you find plenty of these places in the Mal…
Modern European in Palma de Mallorca

Fosh Kitchen

Expertly executed assemblies of top-notch ingredients are the focus of the slick, contemporary Fosh Kitchen, the less-formal cousin of Michelin-starred Marc Fosh's flagship restaurant. Within the striking Modernista…
Market in Palma de Mallorca

Mercado Gastronómico San Juan

This gastronomic market occupies a coral-pink Modernista building in the S'Escorxador cultural centre, once a slaughter house. With a bar, cafe, terrace and 17 stalls selling fideuá (like paella, but made with fine …
Seafood in Palma de Mallorca

Caballito de Mar

One of Palma's dining beacons, the 'Little Seahorse' is a dependably top-notch seafood destination. There are monkfish medallions, sobrassada (spicy Mallorcan sausage) and butifarrón (blood sausage) wrapped in cabba…
Tapas in Palma de Mallorca

Bar Bodega Morey

As Palma's food evolution races ahead, and the tourist dollars keep pouring in, it's reassuring to find places still giving the locals what they've long loved, at very decent prices. This whitewashed, timber-floored…
Southeast Asian in Palma de Mallorca

Koh

This stylish, friendly Southeast Asian restaurant in Santa Catalina prepares (chiefly Thai) curries, soups and stir-fries with real panache. The flavours are punchy, whether you go for bouncy prawn and chive dumplin…
Mediterranean in Palma de Mallorca

Portixol

The harbourside restaurant at Hotel Portixol, a bright and breezy affair, with sea views and a blue-white colour scheme, is a cut above the typical hotel restaurant. The menu is ingredient-driven, treating Med produ…