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Patiki Beach, Port de Sóller

With the forecast of the current Indian summer in Mallorca continuing for a while longer, it’s time to seize the final opportunities to eat out in a beach restaurant – before the shutters go down for this season.

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Es Pi, Deià

Deià is Mallorca’s honeypot location, and at the height of the holiday season, it’s not easy to find somewhere to park a car. But just over two kilometres from the heart of this iconic village, you’ll find tranquillity in a restaurant with its own parking and spectacular views of Mallorca’s northeast coast and beautiful Deià itself.

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Es Pi Restaurant

Sa Pedrissa
Agroturisme Serra de Tramuntana

Deià

+34 971 639 111

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Opening times:
Open daily for lunch (13 - 15:30 h until mid-October) and dinner (19 - 21:30 h)

Mirabona, Binabona (Selva)

The appetite-reducing effect of Mallorca’s sizzling summer temperatures is over, making September perfect for resuming alfresco lunches out. With great timing, Mirabona restaurant at Finca Can Beneït has just launched its new weekday lunch menu and it’s worth the drive to hideaway Binibona (near Selva) to try it.

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Mirabona Restaurant

Finca Ca’n Beneït
Camí de Binibona s/n

07314 Binibona (Caimari)

+34 871 811 871

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Opening times:
Lunch 13 - 16 h / Dinner 19 - 22 h

TRAMUNTANA GRILL, Deia

Microwaves, high-speed electric ovens, and the Thermomix may have revolutionized restaurant cooking methods, but the Josper charcoal oven is the hottest – in both senses of the word – piece of commercial kitchen equipment right now.

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Tramuntana Grill
La Residencia, A Belmond Hotel

C/ Son Canals s/n

07179 Deià

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Opening times:
Open for dinner only to diners not staying in the hotel from 19:30 - 22:30 h

Restaurant Nama, Deià

2019, Sep 9th

Beautiful Tramuntana village of Deia is home to this stylish restaurant serving memorable Asian cuisine – with plenty of choice for vegan diners.

You’re spoilt for choice when eating out in the picturesque mountain village of Deià, but if it’s authentic Asian flavours you’re hungry for, then Restaurant Nama is the place to head for. Nama is in a townhouse on the main street through the village and has been a popular eatery since it opened in 2016.

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Restaurant Nama

C/ Arxiduc Lluis Salvador, 22

Deià

+34 971 636 102

www.restaurantnama.com

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Opening times:
12 h until late daily except Thursday. (Lunch menu available from 12 - 17 h)

Sebastian, Deià

Making diners happy for 25 years, this seasonal restaurant in the mountain village of Deià is a favourite for a special occasion.

2019, June 10th

Restaurante Sebastian in the picturesque village of Deià is owned by the amiable German chef Sebastian Pasch and his delightful Irish wife Patricia, who runs front of house. Twenty-five years after they first opened their restaurant, they still appear to be enjoying what they do: cooking and serving delicious Mediterranean cuisine, based on fresh local produce.

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Oleum, Puigpunyent

Romantic dining in Puigpunyent

2018, Nov 26th

The 5-star Gran Hotel Son Net is at the heart of a 17th-century country estate. This stunning hilltop mansion looks over the village of Puigpunyent and is backed by the rugged Serra de Tramuntana mountains. The hotel is a haven of rural tranquillity but is around only 15 minutes’ drive from Palma. And you don’t have to be staying in the hotel to have dinner in Oleum, its gourmet restaurant.

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