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Residencia Restaurante Son Floriana, Cala Bona

For anyone holidaying on a fixed budget in Mallorca, a set three-course lunch option can be useful – but not every restaurant offers one, and some no longer include a drink, as was traditionally the case in the Spanish ‘menú del día’.

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Son Floriana

Av. Magnolia s/n

Cala Bona

+34 971 586 075


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Opening hours:
Open daily for lunch and dinner throughout the year

El Castillo del Bosque, Felanitx

Is there a restaurant in Mallorca that you’ve driven past numerous times but never tried? El Castillo del Bosque, between Felanitx and Porto Colom, was one such restaurant for me. I’m pleased I finally stopped to try it.

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El Castillo del Bosque

Ctra. Felanitx - Porto Colom, km 8

Felanitx

+34 971 82 41 44

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Open daily except Tuesdays & Wednesdays 13 - 15 h & 19 - 22 h

Quince Restaurante & Cantina, Porto Cristo

The old fishing village of Porto Cristo in Mallorca is today a popular resort still retaining a traditional feel. The home of tennis supremo, Rafa Nadal, it’s also the location of the popular, waterside Quince Restaurante & Cantina – which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.

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Quince
Restaurante & Cantina

C/ Veri, 1

07680 Porto Cristo

+34 971 821 830

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Open every day 12 - 22 h (with a short break between lunch and dinner service until May 15th)

Xolomulato, Artà

The attractive, market town of Artà in northeast Mallorca may seem an unlikely location for an authentic Mexican eatery, but it’s where you’ll find the cosy restaurant, Xolomulato.

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Xolomulato

C/ Costa i Llobera, 3

07570 Artà

+34 686 582 476 or 613 054 203

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Wednesday – Sunday, 18:00h-23:00h

Tess de Mar, Campos

For lunch after visiting the Thursday or Saturday market in Mallorca’s southeast town of Campos, check out the adults-only restaurant Tess de Mar, at the 17-room Sa Creu Nova Petit Palais Art & Spa. Tess de Mar is open to the public, has a separate entrance from the street for those not staying in the hotel, and is in the 2024 Michelin Guide.

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Tess de Mar

C/ Nou 10

07630 Campos

+34 871 515 345

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Lunch: 13:30 - 15:30 h
Dinner 19 - 22 h
Closed Sunday and Monday

Restaurant Laudat, Santanyí

The charming town of Santanyí in Mallorca not only has an unmissable market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings but also some good places to eat and drink. My favourite Santanyí restaurant is Laudat, located in a side street just steps away from the imposing 18th-century Sant Andreu church.

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Restaurant Laudat

C/ Sant Andreu, 18

07650 Santanyí

+34 871 906 034

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Lunch: Tuesday to Saturday 12 - 15 h
Dinner: Monday to Saturday 18 - 22 h
Lunch times vary during the year, so we recommend checking – and booking – before you visit.

Sa Punta, Cala Bona

Beautiful sea views and good food and drinks await you at the popular coastal restaurant, Sa Punta in Cala Bona, owned by Rafa Nadal’s uncle. We’ve eaten here many times – usually in summer – but went for lunch on the first Sunday of the season.

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Sa Punta

Urbanización Port Verd, 14
Cala Bona

07559 Son Servera

+34 971 58 53 78

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Opening hours:
Open Weds – Sunday (changes from May)
Lunch: 12:30 - 15:30 h
Dinner 18:00 - 22:00 h

Trobar, Cala Ratjada

On a beautiful sunny day at a resort or port in Mallorca, it’s tempting to choose an eatery overlooking the Mediterranean. But at Trobar – a short walk back from the harbour in Cala Ratjada – you’ll barely notice the lack of a sea view.

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Trobar

Avinguda Cala Agulla, 18

07590 Es Pelats (Cala Ratjada)

+34 697 287 956

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Thursdays & Fridays 19 – 01 h
Saturdays & Sundays 13 – 16 h & 19 h – 24 h

La Mallorquina, Colònia de Sant Jordi

It’s always a good day when you discover an eatery that surpasses all your expectations. That’s what happened when we met up with a dear friend for lunch at one of his local eateries, La Mallorquina, open all year in Colònia de Sant Jordi.

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La Mallorquina

C/ Gabriel Roca, 26

07638 Colònia de Sant Jordi

(+34) 971 656 704

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Opening hours:
Monday - Wednesday 9 - 17 h
Thursday CLOSED
Friday & Saturday 9 - 23 h
Sunday 9 - 19 h

Restaurante SaMo by Sascha, Sant Llorenç

The German chef/patron, Sascha, closed his Artà restaurant L’Atrio in November 2021. The following summer, he opened Restaurante SaMo in Sant Llorenç near Manacor, serving ‘soul food’.

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Restaurante SaMo

C/ Major 20

07530 Sant Llorenç

+34 637 826 743


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Open for dinner, Wednesdays to Sundays, 18:30 h - 23:00 h

Estragon La Plaça, Felanitx

The name and sign over the door of this restaurant in Felanitx may be familiar, but everything else has changed since I first visited in 2004. Today, Estragon has a smart, contemporary interior and has been in the hands of new owners since the beginning of November.

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Estragon La Plaça

Plaça Peralada, 14

07200 Felanitx

(+34) 601 996 930

Opening times:
Open from 18 h - 23 h (closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays)

Barefoot Restaurant, Portocolom

The word ‘barefoot’ conjures up memories of summer in Mallorca but is also a metaphor for a lifestyle that’s relaxed and closer to nature. ‘Barefoot’ seems an appropriate name for a restaurant that has the bonus of being in one of the island’s most picturesque coastal locations.

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Barefoot Restaurant

Rda Miquel Massutí Alzamora, 19

07670 Portocolom

(+34) 871 62 02 25

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Open daily for dinner 18 h - 23 h

Tomeu Caldentey Cuiner, Sa Coma

The resort of Sa Coma on Mallorca’s east coast appears almost deserted after the holiday season has ended, and the shutters are down at most businesses for the winter. But on Sunday lunchtime, we were in a line of several cars pulling into the free car park across the road from Tomeu Caldentey Cuiner.

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Tomeu Caldentey Cuiner

C/ Liles s/n

07560 Sa Coma

(+34) 971 569 663

info@tomeucaldentey.com


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Opening times:
Friday, dinner only, two sittings: 19:00 h & 21:30 h
Saturday, lunch: 13:30 h, dinner 19:00 h & 21:30 h
Sunday, lunch only: 13:30 h

Port Verd del Mar, Port Verd (Son Servera)

The first of the late-summer storms has already visited Mallorca, but we can look forward to several more weeks of eating out by the Med, accompanied by the sounds of the sea and the scent of briny air. Perhaps at Port Verd del Mar – in the quieter area between Cala Bona and Costa de los Pinos?

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Restaurante 5’S Sant Llorenç

Creative cuisine is found in the most surprising places in Mallorca. Until May this year, I’d barely noticed the signpost to Son Penya Petit Hotel on the Ma15 roundabout near Sant Llorenç. In May, I had dinner there for the first time and when I heard that the hotel was 20 years old, I realised how many opportunities I’d missed to eat there.

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RESTAURANTE PEPERONCINO Son Servera

2023, May 22nd | by Jan Edwards

If watching recent TV travel documentaries about Italy has made you long for a taste of ‘la dolce vita’, set your GPS for the town of Son Servera in the Llevant area of Mallorca. In the heart of the town, Restaurante Peperoncino offers tempting Italian cuisine and warm Italian hospitality that’ll transport you – at least in spirit – to ‘la bella Italia’.

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Port Petit Cala d’Or

2023, May 15th | by Jan Edwards

For a high-quality restaurant to survive in Mallorca for 35 years, it must be something special. The smart Port Petit in Cala d’Or is such a restaurant. Not only does it have a great location and gorgeous views over the marina from its dining room and terrace, but also a well-deserved fine-dining reputation. It’s recommended in the Michelin Guide for 2023.

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Es Torrent de Son Carrió, Sant Llorenç

2023, May 8th | by Jan Edwards

A short drive from the east coast or the town of Sant Llorenç takes you to the small village of Son Carrió, where innovative cuisine features on this restaurant’s monthly changing tasting menu.

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