The central region has some stand-out restaurants offering a more authentic Mallorcan culinary experience for anyone venturing away from Palma and the coast.
The central region of Mallorca is one of the most beautiful and diverse areas of the island. Towns such as Bunyola, Inca and Santa Maria are worth a visit. […] Central Region of Mallorca
We recommend combining a meal at one of them with an excursion to discover the culture and traditions of Mallorca’s rural towns and villages. A visit to one (or more) of the area’s bodegas will complete your gastronomic experience.
For wine lovers you can explore Mallorca’s best vineyards around the area of Binissalem DO region encompassing the island’s central towns. […] Follow the Wine route
Much of the cuisine in our selected restaurants can be described as ‘new Mallorcan’ – individual modern interpretations of old recipes for dishes that the chefs’ mothers and grandmothers would have prepared in their own kitchens.
The fertile land of the heart of Mallorca yields a rich bounty of produce, used creatively by some younger male and female chefs who have made a name for themselves on the island’s gastronomic scene.
Dining in the atmospheric setting of a village restaurant will leave you with great memories of a Mallorca that many visitors don’t experience. The villages of Caimari where you will find Ca Na Toneta, traditional eatery DaiCa in Llubí, Selva where you should not miss the opportunity to dine at Miceli and Montuiri for Jaracanda Restaurant at the luxury five-star Finca Serena Hotel. All are worth a visit for their ambience and our featured restaurants.
This quaint small restaurant is found in the charming village of Caimari, at the foot of the Sierra Tramuntana mountains. […] Rustic chic and organic produce at Ca Na Toneta
Cati’s combinations of ingredients are surprising, but work brilliantly. Make your reservation now and try this excellent restaurant located in Llubí! […] Restaurant & Petit Hotel Daica
Mallorcan food served in a traditional village house run by local chef Marga Coll. Choose individual courses or a tasting menu for incredibly good value. […] Miceli Restaurant Selva
In Inca, you can eat surrounded by the typical décor of a traditional cellar restaurant of Can Amer that has been in the same family for many years, but now produces more modern Mallorcan food. Local chef Joan Marc is popular with Spanish as well as foreign guests for his innovative creations.
Bistro 19 at Livingdreams in Santa Maria is very popular with foreigners and just outside the town, enjoy a meal at Molí des Torrent in the setting of a restored old windmill.
Mallorca’s traditional cellar restaurants don’t come better than Can Amer in the heart of Inca. Popular with locals as well as tourists. […] Restaurant Celler Can Amer in Inca
Chef/owner Joan Marc Garcias Amer’s restaurant holds the Michelin Bib Gourmand for 2016 for “good-quality, good-value cooking”. […] Restaurant Joan Marc
A beautiful authentic old windmill houses this popular restaurant on the outskirts of Santa Maria, in the centre of the island. […] Molí des Torrent Restaurant
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