Mediterranean cuisine has ability to please the most hardened of food critics and the hardest to please of taste buds. Majorca itself attracts tourists in their droves for a number of reasons such as the landscapes, the beaches, the weather; I could go on. However, the cuisine itself is worth making the visit as although it may well be served in your own countries, authentic Mediterranean cuisine is really something else. If you’ve been feasting at the hotel in the daytime, taking advantage of your all-inclusive meals, you should take the opportunity to explore the local area and take in a dining experience at one of the many, fine Majorcan restaurants.
Simply Fosh. A paler but less expensive version of Marc Fosh’s popular cuisine, it is creative but not too fancy. Located in the centre of Palma and the dishes are sourced locally from a mixture of fresh and seasonal ingredients.
Sa Rotanta Restaurant. If you are the kind of eater who believes that breakfast is the most important part of the day and prefer not to be limited by quantity, the breakfast buffet will be heaven for you as it is just as much about quality as quantity. The gourmet lunch is equally not to be missed. You can taste their wonderful, fresh produce over a business lunch or with your partner in the company of the water fountain in the outside patio area.
Port Petit. If you require a first-class view to really make your dining experience then the view overlooking the harbour from the open-air terrace should be a delight. The cuisine has also received high praise from some of the leading culinary guides. The service is also excellent, you cannot fail to be impressed here.
Bens d’ Avall. They offer a diverse menu made up of quality dishes. The wine list features a long line of quality wines and as you would expect from a restaurant set on a hilltop, the views are magnificent.
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