Where to eat
In the villages and surrounding areas that dot the rural landscape, there are hidden gastronomic temples that deserve to be discovered. From family-run restaurants to haute cuisine establishments, Mallorca’s interior is home to a wealth of places where you can savor traditional dishes and creative culinary interpretations.
Es Vergeret: Located in the picturesque village of Pina, this restaurant delights diners with its authentic Mallorcan cuisine. Here you will find traditional dishes such as tumbet, roast lamb and sobrasada, prepared with fresh and tasty ingredients that will transport you to the essence of the island’s gastronomy.
Es Raco d’es Teix: Although it is not located in the interior of the island, in Deià, it deserves a special mention. With a Michelin star, this restaurant combines Mediterranean cuisine with touches of innovation and creativity. Its dishes captivate the senses, fusing local flavors with avant-garde culinary techniques.
Ca Na Toneta: In the charming village of Caimari, Ca Na Toneta offers a culinary experience based on local and seasonal products. Its homemade and creative dishes highlight the richness of Mallorca’s ingredients, providing an authentic sample of Mallorcan cuisine in a cozy and familiar atmosphere.
Ca’n Calent: Don’t miss this restaurant in Maria de la Salut. With rustic décor and a cozy atmosphere, Ca’n Calent is known for its contemporary Mediterranean cuisine. Its creative and well-presented dishes use fresh, quality ingredients, offering a memorable dining experience.
Can Pedro: Immerse yourself in authentic Mallorcan cuisine at Can Pedro, located in the charming village of Selva. This family-run restaurant prides itself on serving homemade dishes that highlight local flavors and fresh ingredients. Whether you try their meat, fish or vegetarian dishes, every bite will take you on a culinary journey through the flavors of Mallorca.