This restaurant closed down in summer 2017.
Occupying a privileged position on Palma’s waterfront, Port Blanc opened in summer 2014 and has extended the city’s golden mile beyond the emblematic Paseo del Borne, across the Paseo Marítimo.
Port Blanc Restaurant
Spanish, English and German
Depending on where you sit, there are fine views: luxurious yachts moored below, Castell Bellver, the Cathedral, and Palma Bay. The sophisticated nautical décor – primarily white – complements the location.
The kitchen’s Josper Grill produces dishes such as US prime beef tenderloin with port wine sauce, vegetables and fries and gilthead fillet with spinach, pine nuts and raisins, on white wine sauce and jasmine rice. Starters include a selection for sharing (enough for two).
The delicious risotto al limón with scallops included four large scallops. Service can be a bit hit-and-miss. Mallorcan wines, national and international, with a few magnums and double magnums.
Prices reflect Port Blanc’s location and style and it’s worth checking those of any sommelier recommendations, as some are high-end. The roof terrace bar and lounge (with smart high-backed armchairs) offers superb views with a drink, whether or not you’re eating here.
We love…the stylish décor.