Once you’ve climbed the 365 steps to El Calvari, perused the attractive boutiques and explored the historic streets of Pollensa, one of Mallorca’s most visited towns, you’ll no doubt be ready for some well-earned sustenance. After taking in so many beautiful impressions, why not continue to treat your senses at one of these fine restaurants.
In the stillness of a former monastery or the elegance of an old cinema; from avant-garde tasting menus to traditional set lunch menus; for ingredients from the island with twists inspired from beyond, discover Pollensa’s culinary landscape.
365 Son Brull
The beautiful five star Son Brull Hotel & Spa is a former monastery and an atmospheric venue in which to enjoy superior Mediterranean and Mallorcan cuisine. While lunch may be an informal affair of creative tapas, the á la carte and tasting menu in the evening deliver an exceptional fine dining experience.
Simple dish descriptions on the menu give little hint of the skills involved in this healthy and creative cuisine that’s rooted in tradition. […] 365 Son Brull Restaurant in Pollensa
The Josper charcoal oven achieves the perfect balance of grilling and braising, which is why it’s the main attraction here. Using high quality ingredients, predominately locally sourced – whether lamb, beef or fish – leads to consistently delicious results, so don’t be put off by its location beside a roundabout about 5 minutes drive from the town of Pollensa.
Celler el Molί
A traditional family-friendly Mallorcan restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine, including many of the island’s most representative dishes. Suckling pig and slow-cooked goat are popular here, and their paellas also come highly recommended. A very affordable three-course lunch menu means it can get very busy and it’s worth booking ahead.
Housed in Pollensa’s former cinema, this refined dining experience begins with an elegant entrance hall. In a tastefully decorated interior, with a log fire roaring in winter, this restaurant offers a tasting menu and a sophisticated á la carte menu of international flavours, which are beautifully presented.
Delightfully situated on the main square in Pollensa’s old town, this stylish restaurant specialises in innovative Italo-Mediterranean cuisine. The brain-child of two old friends with over a decade’s experience in the industry, Q11 is also a wine shop where you can partake in wine tastings of local and international varieties.
Dine within the peaceful courtyard of this well-loved Italian restaurant. Fresh pasta, locally sourced fish, succulent seafood, tender meat dishes and classic homemade desserts, can be expected at this restaurant owned and run by Sardinian chef, Giulio Perino.
Trattoria y Pizzeria la Trencadora
A charming restaurant dedicated to Italo-Mediterranean cuisine. The pretty garden and courtyard provide an uplifting setting and romantic ambiance for a memorable meal. Sink into the delicious flavours of fresh pasta, wood oven cooked pizza and delicious desserts.
Sun-soaked terraces, tranquil courtyards and cosy interiors; while some of these top restaurants are perfect for all seasons, it’s always best to check their opening hours. Reserve a table and settle in for a memorable lunch or supper of fabulous cuisine in beautiful Pollensa.
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