5 best restaurants in Mallorca
Our favourite places to eat. Enjoy awesome food and stunning decor.
First for freshness
Located on a Palma side street, Simply Fosh serves chef Marc Fosh’s mouth-watering Mediterranean cuisine in the stylish surroundings of a 17th-century building. However, the interior is ultra-modern, with its cascading wall of water and stunning sun terrace. Dine on anything from eel tortellini to sea bass or beef cheeks, with a weekly changing set menu and an a la carte selection. Ingredients are sourced from the highest quality local markets, while service is always outstanding.
7A Carrer de la Missió, Palma, Mallorca 07003
Tel: 34 971 720 114 www.simplyfosh.com/en
Fare with Asian-European flair
A brasserie, café and bar all rolled into one, Lucy Wang is a trendy hangout for the coolest crowds in town. Originating from an Austrian concept, it’s part of the Zhero Hotel Group portfolio and is set in the glamorous marina of Puerto Portals. Stylish, ultra-modern interiors play host to a unique fusion of Japanese and French cuisines. Sample sushi and sashimi, or start with a foie gras parfait and move on to a peppered tuna steak with red miso or teriyaki salmon. The wine list is extensive and service comes with charm.
49-51 Puerto Portals, Calvià, Mallorca
Tel: 34 971 676 585 www.lucywang.at
Tel: 34 971 674 100 www.hotelvillaitalia.com/hotel-majorca/restaurant
Part of the Hotel Villa Italia, this popular restaurant is set on the seafront at Port of Andratx, with an air-conditioned terrace that allows amazing views across the coast all year long. Specialising in bespoke Mediterranean and international cuisine, Villa Italia offers a set menu at lunchtime, candlelit dinners and a unique Sunday lunch accompanied by live music. The a la carte menu brings together classics such as fillet steak with creations like cod tempura, all within a serene atmosphere.
13 Camino de San Carlos, 07157 Port d'Andratx, Mallorca
Perfect paella in a beautiful hideaway
A summer-only eatery built into the cliff on a stunning promontory, Sa Foradada is a little gem only accessible by boat from Port Soller or a 45-minute walk once on the cliff. Owner Emilio Fernández has been serving up classic paella for more than 40 years, against a backdrop of the Med from rustic picnic tables. Start with fresh olives, then choose your paella - including the famous Mariscos (clams, crab, squid, cuttlefish, prawns and mussels) or Mixto (meat paella). Unquestionably worth the trip!
Punta de Sa Foradada, Deia, Mallorca
The Sea Club
Al fresco indulgence
Located on the waterfront in a stunning reformed fortress as part of the Cap Rocat Hotel, the Sea Club is an enticing open-air restaurant. Serving a selection of dishes cooked in a traditional Mallorcan firewood oven and grill, specialities include lobster, T-bone steak and shrimp tagliatelle. Gaze across the sea and watch waves lapping the shore as you sip a glass of fine wine or treat yourself to a sumptuous dessert at this beautiful location in the secluded bay of Palma de Mallorca.
Cap Rocat, Ctra. d'enderrocat, 07609 Cala Blava, Mallorca
Tel: 34 971 747 878 www.caprocat.com