Best restaurants in Sóller

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    Béns d’Avall

    From its cliff-top perch overlooking the sea, this restaurant's terrace is pop-the-question-at-sunset romantic. Not only that, it's the home turf of Benet Vicens, one of Mallorca's foremost chefs. The nouvelle Balearic-style tasting menu follows the seasons, with dishes like lobster ravioli with rabbit loin and sorrel sauce, fruit-filled suckling pig slow-cooked to crackling perfection or Tramuntana lamb with eggplant confiture.

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    Luna 36

    This restaurant is a burst of colour on Carrer de Sa Lluna. Aim for a seat in the lovely courtyard garden, framed by scarlet bougainvillea. Danish owned, the bread is homemade daily and the dishes are prepared with the same ethos, strictly depending on what is fresh in season. Expect black-rice risotto, white tuna with dill sauce, and similar.

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    Sa Fàbrica de Gelats

    Legendary ice cream. Among the 40 or so trays of locally made flavours, those concocted from fresh orange or lemon juice are outstanding. There's a large terrace out back.

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    Barretes

    Converted from an old olive mill, Barrettes has heavy wood beams in the lantern-lit dining room or al fresco seating on the poolside terrace. The menu is a cut above the norm, with refined dishes like slow-cooked cod with calamari noodles and black-olive crusted lamb with basil risotto, expertly matched with local wines. Watching the sun set over the Tramuntana lends a romantic mood.

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    Casa Alvaro

    Scoot down a cobbled lane off the main plaza to find this delightful place sporting a minimalist-traditional bodega look. Sample innovative art-on-a-plate tapas like artichokes on a bed of chestnut puree, crispy calamari, or pork belly with fava beans and wakame seaweed. Between two and three of these gorgeous combos will result in a full belly and a smile on your face.

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    Ca'n Limona

    Step inside and the cherry red-cum-lemon motif decor immediately transports you to Sorrento. The journey continues with the enticingly brief menu, no endless choice of pasta and pizza here. The pasta is made daily and sauces are simple and fresh, like fresh lemon pesto with cherry tomatoes. The owners also make their own herb teas, available for purchase.

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    Ca'n Boqueta

    A tastefully converted townhouse bistro, with art on the walls, beamed ceilings and a garden patio, Ca'n Boqueta offers creative cooking with a seasonal touch. Starters like cherry gazpacho and scallops with white zucchini cream are a delicious lead to mains such as seafood cannelloni with a white truffle sauce.

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    Cafe Scholl

    With its chandeliers, brass mirrors and pretty open-air courtyard out back with a rectangle of sky above, this elegant boho-retro cafe is a relaxing spot. Pull up an art nouveau chair for breakfast with crumbly croissants and fresh orange juice, a light lunch or coffee with a slice of moist orange-almond cake.