Whether you’re chasing Michelin stars in Port d’Alcúdia or searching for the gastronomic gems loved by the locals, the North of the island has plenty to offer the gourmand traveller. Taste award-winning cuisine by Maca de Castro on a quiet residential street; or tuck into traditional Italian in a tranquil courtyard in the old town of Alcúdia.
Stimulate your senses with breakfast at an art gallery in the suburbs; or drink in the sea views over dinner at a perfectly-positioned golf course. Using fresh, local ingredients and expressing their creativity with mouthwatering combinations and stylish presentation, these following restaurants are known for their delicious meals.
Apolonia at Hotel Can Mostatxins
Located in the beautifully restored addition to the Can Mostatxins Hotel, inside the walls of Alcúdia, this restaurant serves Mediterranean food that is bursting with flavour. Try the tasting menu with wine pairing to experience as much as you can from the menu which changes frequently depending on which fresh ingredients are available that day.
Apolonia is the restaurant offering from the Can Mostatxins hotel serving fresh Mediterranean flavours. […] Apolonia Can Mostatxins Restaurant
Muddy’s Wood Fired Grill in Port d’Alcúdia
If tasty-aged meats are what you fancy then Muddy’s Wood Fired Grill is the place to go. Through sourcing their meat from the North of Spain they guarantee that each steak has that sought-after tender flavour. Their grill uses dry fire oak wood which is stoked to infuse the meat with a light smokiness. Pizzas, home-made pasta and freshly-caught fish can also be enjoyed alongside their famous juicy steaks and hamburgers.
Pipper’s restaurant in Port de Alcúdia
Situated right on the sands of Puerto de Alcúdia, this hot-spot is ideal for dining and soaking up the surrounding sea views. Its Mediterranean cuisine is of high-quality and includes fresh fish, charcoaled meats and paellas. It also shares its space with a sushi bar which is renowned on the island for its play on Japanese and Mallorcan cuisine.
Restaurant Maca de Castro in Port d’Alcúdia
Macarena Castro became the first female chef in Mallorca to be awarded a Michelin star at this family-owned restaurant, formerly known as El Jardín . Implementing local and on occasion lesser valued ingredients, Castro and her team, present a creative and highly skilled interpretation of Mediterranean and Mallorcan cuisine.
Restaurant Jardín in Puerto Alcudia was awarded a Michelin star in 2012 and annually since then – a first for a female chef on the island. […] Maca de Castro, Puerto Alcúdia
The Wine Side in Port d’Alcúdia
If seafood and wine is your idea of heaven, head to The Wine Side. Popular with locals, this small gastrobar is decorated with its extensive wine selection, which can be savoured by the glass or the bottle. Their tapas menu features the freshest flavours from the sea, as well as some tasty meat dishes.
This gastrobar in Puerto Alcúdia surprises with the quality of its food and choice of wines by the bottle or glass. It has a friendly ambience too. […] A walk on The Wine Side in Port d’Alcúdia
La Casa Gallega in Port d’Alcúdia
A favourite with locals, this relaxed restaurant in Port d’Alcúdia offers excellent value for money with its daily changing three-course lunch and dinner menus. Dedicated to delivering authentic Galician food – think boiled octopus drizzled in olive oil and paprika – the owners have since opened a branch in Palma.
Restaurant La Casa Gallega, located in both Port Alcúdia and Palma are popluar with those who enjoy fresh Galician fish dishes. Book in advance. […] Tapas Restaurant La Casa Gallega
Osteria El Patio in Alcúdia
Enjoy traditional Italian cuisine beneath vaulted ceilings, or al fresco in their peaceful courtyard, at this restaurant in Alcúdia’s old town. Fresh pasta, pizzas cooked in a wood-fire oven, and specials dictated by the best-available produce, are just some of the draws of this much-loved eatery.
Who doesn’t love a classic meal in an authentic Italian restaurant? Osteria El Patio delivers on both fronts, bringing real Italian flair to Alcúdia in Mallorca. […] Osteria El Patio
Uplifting sea views make lunch or dinner feel special at this restaurant, which serves superior Mediterranean and international cuisine. Seafood, fresh fish and local meat specialties feature on their three-course set lunch menu; and you’ll find salads, fresh pastas and more á la carte.
The food is light and healthy Mediterranean style, with favourites such as refreshing gazpacho soup or beef carpaccio, foie terrine and salted cod with salad, to name but a few of the dishes. […] Restaurant Alcanada
La Terraza at Alcanada
A beautiful waterfront restaurant with a romantic past. Stunning sea views and high quality Mediterranean cuisine makes it a desirable destination for celebrations. Separated into restaurant, bistro and chill-out zone with a beach area for bathing, some diners are content to while away the day here.
La Ponderosa at Playa de Muro
Feel the sand between your toes as you tuck into contemporary Mediterranean cuisine at Playa de Muro’s most popular beach restaurant. From seaweed salads and fresh fish, to rice dishes with a twist, and even juicy burgers; with its exciting menu and fabulous ocean views this long-running restaurant continues to be a hit.
The enchanting old town of Alcúdia, and long sandy beaches at Port d’Alcúdia attract thousands of visitors each year, so it’s hardly surprising top restaurants can be found here. Responding with gusto to the demands of discerning palates, the kitchens in the North of the island deliver something special every year.
More about Alcúdia
The historical town Alcúdia is considered one of the most beautiful on Mallorca with lots of shops, bars, restaurants and boutique hotels. […] Alcúdia
Port d’alcudia is a popular and family friendly resort town in the northeast of Mallorca. A beautiful, clean beach, and boardwalk with restaurants & hotels. […] Port d’Alcúdia