This region includes the resorts of Portocristo, Cala Murada, Portocolom, Cala d’Or, and Colònia de Sant Jordi – where our featured restaurants have something more to offer than their neighbouring establishments.
The south is particularly popular with German and Swiss residents and holidaymakers, which is reflected in the above-average number of German-owned restaurants. The market towns of Campos and Santanyí are found here.
More about restaurants in Portocristo
A choice of traditional Mallorcan house or a romantic patio for alfresco dining, Sa Sal is a memorable experience offering creative Mediterranean dishes. Highly recommended! […] Sa Sal Restaurant in Porto Cristo
One of the best restaurants on the east coast and while not offering sea views the excellent food more than compensates…. Roland Schulte can certainly be classed as one of the top chefs on Mallorca. […] Roland Restaurant Porto Cristo
Views over Porto Cristo’s harbour are offered from this former old house, where tasty regional and international dishes are accompanied by friendly service. […] Quince: A waterside eatery in Porto Cristo
HPC has been open for a decade in Portocolom and offers an opportunity to eat out overlooking the picturesque harbour – without breaking the bank – and the bonus of being open year-round (except Christmas Eve), when many coastal restaurants have put up the shutters for a winter break.
More about restaurants in Portocolom
One of the splendid restaurants in Portocolom. Delicious plates of modern Spanish food, a wide range of long drinks and a great ambiance. […] HPC Restaurant
Modern art, a splendid bull sculpture, stone walls, dark ceiling, candlelight, and large stone fireplace are combined with great cuisine and views here. […] Restaurant Colón
Located in a privileged position overlooking Portocolom’s old fishing village and natural harbour, the attractive design and the fresh fish on offer, make it a popular choice for diners. […] Sa Llotja Restaurant in Portocolom
Florian doesn’t just have a superb location in Porto Colom; it’s also a long-established favourite for its delicious, good-value food. […] Harbour views from Restaurant Florian
More about restaurants in Cala d’Or
Mallorca’s Port Petit restaurant has built an excellent reputation over many years, serving many celebrities and, indeed, King Juan Carlos himself. […] Port Petit
Amazing value for money
Maxime, at Vall d’Or Golf, offers an excellent-quality three-course ‘menú del día’ for 19,50€ – every day of the week, and all year. Combine a round of golf with a delicious lunch on the huge terrace of Maxime, or indulge in their impressive summertime Friday night BBQ with live music.
A superb location on the top floor of a hillside golf clubhouse makes this perfect for fine weather eating out, on the large terrace, enjoying sweeping views down to Portocolom and along to Cala d’Or. […] Restaurant Máxime
A memorable experience
For a taste of the rural finca life, dine in the beautiful hideaway garden of Es Pinaret. Dine in a unique and spectacularly located former military fortress at La Fortaleza.
In a tranquil rural location near Ses Salines, the highly recommended Es Pinaret restaurant offers a unique fusion of Med, Asian, and German cuisine. […] Es Pinaret Restaurant
La Fortaleza Restaurant at the small luxury seafront hotel Cap Rocat is a formal, elegant dining option, with delicious Mediterranean cuisine by the sea. […] La Fortaleza Restaurant – Cap Rocat
New & noteworthy
Although no new openings feature in our Restaurant Guide 2016, two established restaurants have won a place. The restaurant at family-run Hotel El Coto is appreciated by wine connoisseurs for its impressive bodega, as well as the cuisine, professional service, and welcoming ambience. In 2015, well-known chef Gerhard Schwaiger (formerly of Tristán) became this seasonal restaurant’s culinary consultant – quickly making his mark here.
Talented young chef Marta Rosselló relocated her Sal de Cocó restaurant in spring 2015, from the backstreets of Colonia de Sant Jordi to a more prominent waterside position close to the fish market.
There is so much to discover in the southeast town of Colonia de Sant Jordi – and the timelessly elegant Hotel El Coto makes a perfect base. […] Hotel El Coto
Mallorcan chef/patron Marta Rosselló has been described as a ‘gastronomic alchemist’. Dinner at her restaurant in Colònia de Sant Jordi reveals why. […] Sal de Cocó Restaurant
More about the Best Restaurants in this region
Find out why you should take the time to eat out in ‘the Migjorn’ – our experts present the very best food in Santanyí and Ses Salines in the southeast of Mallorca. […] Best Restaurants in Santanyí
Port Colom is one of the most interesting gourmet towns on Mallorca. Within a very close proximity you will find five excellent restaurants. Bon profit! […] Restaurants in Portocolom
More about the Best Restaurants in Mallorca
The guide to abcMallorca’s recommended restaurants for 2016 in each area of the island. Sea front, city, or countryside… Bon profit! […] Best Restaurants on Mallorca 2017
The 101 Best Restaurants of Mallorca 2016
You can now read the new abcMallorca 101 best restaurants guide for 2016 online.
Whatever your budget, taste, style or location, we have a superb option for you in our thoroughly-researched list of the best restaurants on Mallorca in 2016. Read Now! […] 101 Top Restaurant Guide 2016
See the full listing of the Best Restaurants on Mallorca.
We hope you found this article about the Best Restaurants in the Southeast of Mallorca useful and that you have many memorable meals as a result of our recommendations.
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