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Celler Can Carrossa, Lloseta

If you’re looking for a Mallorcan restaurant with some history and a good reputation, head to the small town of Lloseta. Tucked away behind the now abandoned Palau d’Aiamans – a noble residence built in the 17th century – you’ll find Celler Can Carrossa, a restaurant business that’s 98 years old.

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Celler Can Carrossa

C/ Nou, 28

07360 Lloseta

+34 971 514 023

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Open daily, except Mondays: 13:00h - 15:30h & 19:00h - 22:30h

Terragust Degusta, Petra

It looks an unlikely place to go out for lunch – or even for breakfast or a mid-morning snack – but the vast greenhouse located on the side of the Ma15 between the Es Cruce roundabout and Manacor is home not only to a farm shop selling good, well-priced, local produce but also the restaurant Degusta.

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Can March, Manacor

First opened in 1925, Can March was originally a café serving people from the town. Today, two years before the business celebrates a century in the same family, Can March’s reputation as an excellent restaurant has spread across Mallorca.

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Can March Restaurant

València, 7

07500 Manacor

+34 971 550 002

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Opening times:
Lunch 13:00 – 15:30 h
Dinner (Friday and Saturday only) 20:00 h – 22:30 h
Closed Mondays

Sa Cuina de n’Aina, Sencelles

Looking for a more authentic but modernized Mallorcan eating-out experience? This cosy, family-run restaurant in the heart of Sencelles could be the place for you.

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Sa Cuina de n’Aina

C/ Rafal, 31

07140 Sencelles

+34 971 87 29 92

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Opening times:
Weds - Sunday: 12:30 h - 15:30 h & 19:30 h – 22:00 h
Monday & Tuesday closed.

US Open Restaurant, Manacor

You don’t have to be a tennis player or even visit the interesting multi-sports Rafa Nadal Museum to eat lunch at the tennis supremo’s expanding centre in Manacor.

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US Open Restaurant

Rafa Nadal Club
Ctra. Cales de Mallorca s/n, km 1,2

07500 Manacor

+34 971 17 16 75

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Opening times:
Open daily for lunch 13 - 16 h. Breakfast buffet € 15 from 07:30 - 10 h.

ROTANA Restaurant, Manacor

A restaurant where you may be able to book a table for the same day, you’ll find ample free parking, and the ambience is relaxing? In the height of the Mallorcan summer? Escape to the countryside and check out this rural hotel restaurant.

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ES GARUM, Lloseta

In the height of summer, so many locals and visitors to Mallorca want to eat at the coast that you may need to book a few days ahead to be sure of a table at the most popular establishments. But head inland to Mallorca’s towns and villages and you’ll have a more relaxed, summer eating-out experience. And find some surprisingly good restaurants.

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Es Garum

C/ Baltasar Bestard, 3

07360 Lloseta

871 80 67 00
607 05 69 21 (Whatsapp)

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Es Garum is open daily from 18:30 to 22:30h for dinner only during the summer months.

ÜBECK, Manacor

If you’re in the Manacor area wanting flavours of the world but made from local produce, check out Übeck, which opened at the end of 2021 as a different addition to the town’s restaurant scene.

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VA D’ARRÒS SANTA MARIA DEL CAMÍ

2023, May 29th | by Jan Edwards

Spanish cuisine’s most famous dish is undoubtedly paella, and it’s one that visitors to Spain are often keen to try. Although paella originated in Valencia, it’s possible to enjoy a good one in Mallorca if you know where to go.

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Va d’Arròs

Plaça Hostals, 15

07320 Santa Maria del Camí

+34 871 020 186

https://vadarros.com/

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Opening times:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11 -19 h
Saturday & Sunday 10 -19 h
Closed Tuesdays

Factoría, Manacor

2019, Nov. 25th | by Jan Edwards

The signature cuisine of chef Joan Bauzà is on offer at this lunch-and-dinner restaurant near the church in the heart of Manacor.

Joan’s cocina de autor is offered in an à la carte menu that’s available at both lunchtime and in the evenings.

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Tomates Verdes, Llucmajor

2019, Nov. 18th | by Jan Edwards

Enjoy creative Mediterranean fusion cuisine – and a great-value lunch menu – at this restaurant in Llucmajor’s main square.

The central plaza in Llucmajor is lined with eateries, which could make it hard to choose where to eat out. My recommendation is Tomates Verdes – co-owned by Jorge Escrivá de Romani, originally from Madrid, and chef Carlos Sierra Galán.

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Kairiku, Campos

2019, Aug 12th

Mallorca’s only omakase restaurant is in Campos and has a new master of Japanese haute cuisine

Kairiku restaurant in the town of Campos offers an omakase dining experience that’s unique on the island. Omakase translates as ‘I trust you’ and that means you trust the chef to choose what to serve. Every dish of the menu at Kairiku comes as a delicious surprise and an example of authentic Japanese cuisine.

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Tess de Mar, Campos

Mediterranean fine dining in an elegant setting at the heart of Campos.

2019, May 27th

At first glance, Campos seems an unlikely setting for a fine-dining experience but, in the heart of this agricultural town, Tess de Mar is one of two excellent restaurants at the 5-star Sa Creu Nova Art Hotel and Spa – a sympathetic conversion of three townhouses.

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Sa Fàbrica, Inca

Creative Mediterranean cuisine from a former TV ‘Top Chef’

2019, Mar 11st

Like several chefs with their own restaurants on Mallorca, Marcel Ress previously worked with the renowned British chef Marc Fosh at the Michelin-starred former Bacchus restaurant in Santa Maria and, later, at the starred Simply Fosh in Palma de Mallorca.

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Santapi, Sineu

An authentic taste of southern Italy in the centre of Sineu

2019, Mar 4th

A friendly Italian couple opened this popular Italian pizzeria/restaurant in the heart of Sineu in 2015. Chiara (front of house) is from Turin and her partner Ciro (the chef) from Naples – hence the Neapolitan influence in his cuisine.

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CAN MARCH, Manacor

Modern Mallorcan cuisine in Manacor

2019, Jan 21st

The family-run restaurant Can March in Manacor originally opened as Fonda Can March in 1925 and ownership is still in the same family. In the year 2000, the restaurant was given a new look and concept, offering New Mallorcan cuisine – modern interpretations of traditional island recipes with international culinary touches.

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Rafa Nadal Sport Café & Restaurant, Manacor

Great-value lunch in sporty surroundings

2018, Oct. 8th

If you’re in the Manacor area around lunchtime, the Rafa Nadal Sport Café & Restaurant offers a great-value set menu, with a choice of dishes for each course. It’s in the Rafa Nadal Sports Centre and Museum Xperience building, but you don’t have to be visiting either of these to eat and drink here.

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