The east coast of Majorca, given its rich and lasting tourist tradition, has developed a large culinary offer, including all kinds of gastronomic proposals, from Michelin Star restaurants to international burger restaurants, Italian restaurants and small traditional taverns where to enjoy a typical “trampó” or the classic suckling pig cooked in a wooden oven.
Honouring the large variety of nationalities of those who visit the island every year, restaurants on the east coast of Majorca have become a reflection of that diversity. However, when recommending a good restaurant, there are only a few names that come to mind.
If one is looking for a true gourmet experience in Majorca, and is on holidays in a hotel in the area of Cala Millor, Cala Bona or Sa Coma, it is essential to dedicate one day to try all the gastronomic delights that the famous chef Tomeu Caldentey prepares at his emblematic restaurant Es Moli d’en Bou, with its well deserved Michelin Star.
For those looking for a charming traditional restaurant in Majorca, in the area of Cala Millor, you can find the Son Floriana restaurant, which is part of a cozy boutique hotel next to the beach of Cala Bona, where you can savour the most authentic Majorcan dishes, with an original and innovative touch. The atmosphere and the wine are excellent.
If you would like to eat a good pizza or pasta dish, the Italian restaurant Verona in Sa Coma is always good choice (opened only from June to September). If you would like to immerse yourself in authentic Mediterranean cuisine, the best option is to visit the charming Azafran restaurant in Sa Coma, led by renowned chef David Deop, part of theProtur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa.