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by Jan Edwards

Each week Jan presents her chosen Restaurant of the Week on her Saturday morning show TABLE TALK. Find out more about her featured restaurants here.

Cassai Beach House, Colonia de Sant Jordi

2019, Sep 16th

Stylish and situated right by the sea, Cassai Beach House is a relaxed place to enjoy tasty modern Mediterrnanean cuisine…

If you like to seize any opportunity to eat by the Mediterranean as summer slips into autumn, Cassai Beach House in Colònia de Sant Jordi is worth a visit. There’s an attractive nautical décor at this beachfront eatery at Cala Galiota. Three distinct dining areas are on different levels: the decked terrace is the lowest and closest to the beach.

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La Pérgola, Colonia de Sant Jordi

2019, Sep 2nd

Wine enthusiasts will appreciate the remarkable choice at this Colonia de Sant Jordi restaurant…

A family-run hotel in a Mallorcan resort may seem an unlikely place to find a restaurant with a cellar of 400 different Mallorcan and Spanish wines, but it’s the reason that Hotel El Coto in Colonia de Sant Jordi is known as ‘the wine hotel’.

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Sa Llotja, Portocolom

2019, Aug 26th

Restaurant with memorable views, delicious cuisine, and affordable set menus – at lunch and dinner times.

Portocolom has plenty of eateries facing the picturesque harbour, but my favourite of them all is set apart from the others and may easily be missed because it’s above street level.

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Bistro Senzill, Capdepera

2019, Aug 19th

Chef Andreu Genestra serves dishes based on local produce in a rural setting near Capdepera.

Mallorcan chef Andreu Genestra has two restaurants at the Hotel Predi Son Jaumell, in the countryside outside the northeast-Mallorcan town of Capdepera. The restaurant in his name has one Michelin star but, if your budget won’t stretch to Michelin-star dining, his Bistro Senzill at the same hotel offers an opportunity to eat Andreu’s cuisine at a more accessible price, in a less formal ambience.

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Cova Negra, Capdepera

2019, Aug 5th

Located in a former convent in the hilltop town of Capdepera, Cova Negra is chef Pablo Tamarit’s own restaurant – an exciting addition to the gastronomic offering of Mallorca’s northeast.

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Quince, Porto Cristo

A super-friendly and relaxed restaurant in Porto Cristo with fine views down over the marina, serving ‘soul food’. Be sure to book ahead for a table.

2019, July 8th

When Martín L. Segura bought the existing Quince Restaurante & Cantina in September 2015, his venture into restaurant ownership began. Today, the Argentinian owns four successful eateries in Porto Cristo and Porto Cristo Novo. Of them all, Quince is still our favourite, for its location, tasty international food, relaxed atmosphere, and super-friendly staff.

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VORO, Canyamel

A choice of two tasting menus of chef Álvaro Salazar’s signature cuisine make this fine-dining restaurant a reason to visit Canyamel.

2019, June 24th

When the smart restaurant VORO opened this year at the 5-star Park Hyatt Mallorca, in Mallorca’s northeast resort of Canyamel, there was no doubt that the cuisine would be exceptional. This fine-dining restaurant has a talented young team in the kitchen, led by chef Álvaro Salazar. He previously worked in Puerto Pollensa at Argos, which was still in its debut year when Michelin first awarded it a coveted star.

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Sa Punta, Son Servera

A popular Mediterranean restaurant on a promontory at Port Verd, near Cala Bona.

2019, June 3rd

If you knew Sa Punta a few years ago, you’ll find it’s changed quite a bit since then. Although still under the same ownership (a member of Rafa Nadal’s family), the restaurant was given a stylish new look in 2017 and positive changes were made to personnel and the menu. We visited after a few years’ absence and found a much-improved Sa Punta.

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Es Pati, Sant Llorenç

A cosy townhouse restaurant in the Llevant town of Sant Llorenç, offering a daily changing tasting menu.

2019, Apr 29th

A quirky painted sign of a sitting cat outside a residential-street townhouse in Sant Llorenç is your welcome to Es Pati, a cosy family-friendly restaurant that’s open only in the evenings and offers gourmet cuisine.

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L’Atrio by Sascha, Artà

Hotspot for steak fans in the North East

2019, Apr 8th

This restaurant is one of two in Artà owned by German chef Sascha – and a hotspot for steak fans.

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L’Atrio by Sascha

C/ de la Ciutat, 54

Artà

+34 971 15 29 27

www.nacreu.com

Opening hours:
Tuesday to Sunday
12:30 - 15:30 h & 18:30 - 22:30 h

TOMEU CALDENTEY CUINER, Sant Llorenç

A unique but affordable gourmet experience on Mallorca’s east coast

2019, Jan 7th

Tomeu Caldentey was the first Mallorcan chef to have his cuisine recognised with a Michelin star, which was awarded for 14 successive years. Last summer, Tomeu said goodbye to the star – releasing himself from its ‘golden shackles’ – and closed the doors of Bou restaurant in Sa Coma. He reopened the premises with a new simpler concept and name: Tomeu Caldentey Cuiner. Tomeu’s flavourful food – honest, seasonal, and based on top-quality local produce – is offered in an exclusive dining experience that’s affordable and therefore more accessible.

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Restaurante mÁxime, S’Horta

All-day eatery with panoramic Med views

2018, Dic 10th

On a sunny winter day, if you’ve a yearning for sea views when you eat out, Restaurante mÁxime is the perfect spot. Find this independently run restaurant and café on the top floor of the clubhouse of Vall d’Or Golf – but you don’t have to be a club member or even play golf to eat here.

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