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NOI, Palma

If eating out in one of Palma’s oldest palaces sounds expensive, the three-course set lunch at NOI Palma within the Scandinavian-owned Nobis Hotel Palma may surprise you – at just 25€ a head.

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NOI Restaurant

Nobis Hotel Palma
C/ de la Caputxines 9

Palma de Mallorca

+34 871 55 58 00

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Opening hours:
Lunch – daily 13 - 15:30 h
Dinner – Sunday to Thursday 19 - 22:30 h, Friday & Saturday 19 - 23 h

Plat a Plat, Maria de la Salut

The British and American Gut Project – run by the University of California and Dr Tim Spector of King’s College London – recommends that we eat 30 plants a week for a more diverse gut microbiome. If that number sounds like a challenge, you’ll get a good start if you eat at Plat a Plat, a vegan restaurant in the small rural town of Maria de la Salut.

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Plat a Plat

Curolla Healthy Hotel
C/ Antoni Monjo, 18

Maria de la Salut

+34 629 54 83 09

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Opening hours:
Sunday brunch: 11 - 15 h
Dinner: Friday, Saturday, Monday: 19 - 22 h

Cantina Panzà, Palma

Palma offers a fantastic choice of cuisines but if eating authentic Spanish food in a cosy, unpretentious ambience is what you’re craving, Cantina Panzà ticks that box … and others. Located along the iconic Paseo de la Rambla – home of the scented, colourful flower stalls – Cantina Panzà offers tapas, sharing plates, and a weekday ‘menú del día’.

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Cantina Panzà

Paseo de la Rambla, 15

Palma

+34 971 213 800

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Opening hours:
Open every day, 13 - 23 h

Lume & Co, Genova

Lume & Co is located in the former stables of Mallorca’s 15th-century Son Berga castle, just outside Genova. The restaurant is in gated premises, with a large private car park. Although only a short drive from the centre of Palma, it has a rural setting and makes a change from the bustle of the capital.

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Ola del Mar, Palma

When holidaying in Mallorca, the Spanish royal family has dined several times at the restaurant Ola del Mar in Portixol, Palma’s former fishing village. You’ll find plenty of locals too eating out in Ola del Mar which, not surprisingly for its location, specializes in seafood.

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Restaurante Ola del Mar

C/ Vicari Joaquim Fuster, 1

07006 Palma de Mallorca

(+34) 971 274 275

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Open (kitchen): 13:00 – 15:45 h & 19:00 – 22:30 h; closed on Mondays.

El Camino, Palma

It takes a brave Englishman to open a tapas restaurant in Palma, but not when that man is Eddie Hart. Eddie was one of the brothers behind the successful Spanish restaurants, Fino and Barrafina, in London. With the launch of El Camino five years ago, Eddie brought a new level of sophistication and vibrancy to Palma’s tapas scene.

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El Camino Restaurante

Carrer de Can Brondo 4, Bajo

07001 Palma

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Opening times:
13 - 16 h & 18 - 22:45 h
Closed Sundays and Mondays

Sandro Restaurante, Palma

Italian restaurants are ubiquitous in Palma, so which do you choose for authentic ‘la dolce vita’ cuisine? You could follow in the footsteps of the King of Spain and Hollywood ‘royalty’, actor Morgan Freeman, who have both dined at Sandro Restaurante this year.

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Sandro Restaurante

Carrer de Ramon y Cajal, 9

07011 Palma

+34 971 962 311 & +34 609 747 867

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Opening times:
Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays: 13:00 h - 16:00 h & 19:00 - 23:30 h;
Tuesdays – closed;
Wednesdays 19:00 h - 23:30 h.

Sandro will be closed from December 31st until January 4th.

Les Artistes, Palma

If a trip to Paris for some traditional French cuisine is out of the question, a visit to Mallorca’s Les Artistes could be the next best thing. This cosy French bistro in Palma has the ambience and cuisine of the ‘city of light’ itself.

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Les Artistes

Plaça Comtat del Rosselló, 4

07002 Palma

(+34) 871 50 48 83

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Tuesday to Sunday 12:30 h - 15:00 h & 19:30 h - 21:30 h

Ca n’Eduardo, Palma

New restaurants are tempting – especially for those who like to post about them on social media. But established eateries with a good reputation will always have appeal, and if you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, where better than one located right above the fish market where the catch is auctioned in the early mornings?

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Ca n’Eduardo

3a Travesía Contramuelle (Es Mollet)

07012 Palma

+34 971 721 182

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Opening times:
Tuesday – Saturday 13 h – 22 h / Sunday 13 h – 16 h

Market Kitchen, Palma

Palma’s Santa Catalina district is packed with ethnic food eateries. ‘Mallorquín’, Spanish, Peruvian fusion, Lebanese, Thai, Japanese, and Korean are only some of the cuisines on offer. But for top-quality, interesting British cuisine – with a twist – and the most hospitable hosts in town, head straight for Market Kitchen.

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Market Kitchen

Plaça de la Navegació, 5

Palma / Santa Catalina

+34 971 33 79 96 or
+34 679 70 49 57

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Lunch:
Thursday - Saturday 12:30 - 16:00 h & Sunday 12:30 - 19:00 h
Dinner:
Thursday - Saturday 19:00 - 23:00 h

Aromata, Palma

Inca-born chef Andreu Genestra is having a moment. In the news for moving his eponymous Michelin-star restaurant to the rural Zoetry Mallorca Wellness & Spa Hotel near Llucmajor, the dynamic chef also designed the Mediterranean menu for the dinner show at the new Lío in Palma.

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LASSALA GRILL, Es Pil·larí

2023, June 5th | by Jan Edwards

Fans of the TV series ‘Friends’ will know that “Joey doesn’t share food!”. If you have a friend like Joey Tribbiani, don’t take them to Lassala Grill in Mallorca. Go with a foodie friend or two and order a few of the delicious dishes created specifically for sharing by executive chef Andrés Benítez – who is also behind the critically acclaimed plant-forward cuisine at Botànic restaurant in Palma.

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Lassala Grill
Posada d’es Molí

Camino Son Fangos, s/n

07600 Es Pil·larí

+34 971 260 593

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Opening times:
Lunch: Monday to Saturday - 13:30 - 15:30 h
Dinner: Monday to Sunday - 19:00 - 22:00 h
Brunch: Sundays – 12:00 - 15:30 h
Lassala Grill is open all year.

Pata Negra – CAÑAS | TAPAS | VIDA – Palma

2022, May 2nd | by Patricia Gallego

A traditional Tapas Bar with a twist close to the beach and with easy access from Palma city.

Weather is warming up and we were in a mood to sit outside and enjoy a good glass of wine with a bite or two. Some friends had told us about this very authentic Spanish tapas bar in Ciudad Jardín.

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The Duke, Palma

2020, Mar. 2nd | by Jan Edwards

A laidback Santa Catalina restaurant with a surfing vibe and some seriously tasty – and healthy – international food.

On a rather chilly and windy Monday evening in Palma, the area of Santa Catalina was eerily quiet. Until we entered The Duke – a cosy nook of a restaurant in a side street near Santa Catalina market. This was where everyone was, creating the buzzy warm ambience that’s evidence of an eatery that knows how to please its punters.

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D’Menú, Palma

2020, Feb. 10th | by Jan Edwards

It’s a simple concept: this Palma restaurant from chef /restaurateur Adrián Quetglas is open only at lunchtimes on weekdays, offering just a set menu.

Like several other chefs who have opened their own successful restaurants, Adrián Quetglas used to work for British chef Marc Fosh. After a decade working in Russia, in 2015, Adrián opened his own restaurant, which has a Michelin star. He also has the neighbouring D’Gustar tapas bar.

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D’Menú

Plaça Sant Antoni, 17

07002 Palma

+34 971 460 455

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Monday to Friday (lunch only)

Kasui, Palma

2020, Feb. 3rd | by Jan Edwards

Japanese grill and cocktail bar in Palma’s trendy Plaça Raimundo Clar, that took its inspiration from the Land of the Rising Sun’s charcoal-grilled and street food.

Plaça Raimundo Clar has become quite the foodie destination in the regenerated quarter known as Sa Gerreria, in Palma de Mallorca. Bars and restaurants border the attractive large square and, since last September, Japanese cuisine has expanded the variety of international flavours on offer here.

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KASUI

Plaça Raimundo Clar, 6

07002 Palma

+34 971 67 77 80

www.kasuirestaurante.com

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Opening times:
Wednesday & Thursday 19:30 - 23:30 h
Friday & Saturday 13 - 15:30 h & 19:30 - 23:30 h
Sunday 13 - 15:30 h
Closed Monday and Tuesday

BI BAP, Palma

2020, Jan. 27th | by Jan Edwards

Flavoursome authentic Korean and Asian cuisine await you at this popular restaurant in central Palma.

Toothsome isn’t a word I use very often, but it sprang to mind as I was eating a delicious lunch at Bi Bap restaurant in Palma de Mallorca last week. If I hadn’t been eating alone, I’d have used that word in conversation with my lunch companion. Instead, I’ve saved it for this review.

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La Vieja de Jonay Hernández, Palma

2019, Sep 30th

‘New Canarian’ cuisine from chef/owner Jonay Hernández is on the menu at this cool eatery in Palma’s Sa Gerreria district…

Canarian cuisine with creative modern touches awaits you at La Vieja de Jonay Hernández – located in the increasingly trendy Plaça de Raimundo Clar, in the regenerated area of Sa Gerreria, in Palma.

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Marc Fosh, Palma

 

2019, July 22nd

No self-respecting foodie should miss the opportunity to try the Michelin-starred cuisine at Marc Fosh restaurant in Palma de Mallorca – where an excellent-value lunch is on offer.

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Arume, Palma

Brush up your skills with chopsticks* at this Palma restaurant serving Asian-meets-Mediterranean cuisine from the talented chef/owner Tomeu Martí.

2019, July 15th

Arume restaurant in Palma is still my favourite place to eat Asian cuisine – with some Mediterranean touches. The amiable Mallorcan chef and owner Tomeu Martí honed his Asian culinary skills during his travels to that part of the world. He opened Arume in 2006, five years after winning the title of Spain’s best young chef, aged 21.

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Forn, Palma

A family-run restaurant offering creative cuisine in a former old bakery in La Lonja

2019, Apr 22nd

Forn in Palma is in a former 19th-century bakery in La Lonja that was converted into a restaurant in 1992. The founder’s sons Carlos and Christian are now responsible for Forn restaurant, which has recently undergone a stylish makeover.

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Café Rialto, Palma

Scandi chic and all-day home-cooked international cuisine

2019, Apr 1st

This week’s Restaurant of the Week is, in fact, a café, but it’s one with oodles of style, delicious international food, and friendly table service. Café Rialto is within the Swedish-owned lifestyle store Rialto Living, offering a comfortable and super-stylish place to eat and drink at any time during the day.

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FERA RESTAURANT & BAR, Palma

Artistry in both cuisine and décor

2019, Jan 14th

Tucked away around the corner from Palma de Mallorca’s Jaime III, Fera Restaurant and Bar first opened in the autumn of 2017 and quickly gained a loyal following. The restaurant is in a tastefully restored old palacio and you enter through a small courtyard. Even before you pass through the automatic glass doors, you can see that the experience of eating here is something different.

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Restaurante Quadrat, Palma

Modern Med cuisine in a former stable block

2018, Dic 3rd

The old town of Palma de Mallorca is home to Quadrat, within the 5-star Sant Francesc Hotel Singular. It’s an elegant restaurant located in this former palacio’s original stables and you’ll see hints of the space’s original use in the interior décor.

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Vandal, Palma

Deliciously different

2018, Nov 19th

Offering one of Palma’s most diverse and innovative menus, Vandal is the product of its two creative owners’ international careers. Executive chef Bernabé Caravotta worked in Michelin-starred restaurants in France and Denmark – Mirazur and with René Redzepi at the renowned Noma, respectively – and at the Blue Elephant Thai cooking school in Thailand, before moving to Mallorca in 2007.

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