This busy beach resort has its fair share of casual eateries catering specifically to tourists. Irish pubs, British bars and modest cafés are plentiful close to the seaside. There are also a number of typical Spanish restaurants serving very good value set lunch menus. Though not fine dining, some of these Mallorcan locales may surprise you with the quality and generosity of their Mediterranean cuisine.
Hotels in the area generally provide a more refined gastronomic experience to their guests. One particular local award-winning chef, may provide all the reason you need for making a special visit to Sa Coma.
Sa Coma is a popular beach resort for German and British families and couples looking to relax and enjoy the beauty of the northeast coast of Mallorca. […] Sa Coma
Tomeu Caldentey ‘Cuiner’
Award-winning chef, Tomeu Caldentey Soler, has closed his Michelin star restaurant, Molί d’en Bou, to start a new concept in Hotel Protur Biomar. This time he invites diners into his kitchen to take an intimate and tailored gastronomic tour of Mallorca with one of his three tasting menus.
Café de la Mar
A spacious terrace is part of the attraction at this lively Steakhouse & Grill, a short walk from the beach. It’s particularly popular with British tourists. Portions are hearty, whether paella, classic Spanish tapas or freshly barbequed meat. They also serve cocktails.
The Beach Bar
Situated across from the beach, this laid-back eatery serves Mediterranean and international cuisine. The sea views and shabby chic decor evoke that quintessential beach side vibe. On the menu, you’ll find a range of dishes from seafood platters to woks and curries.
A typical family-friendly Spanish restaurant serving a great value set lunch menu. The dishes are generous and unpretentious; grilled fish, paella, barbeque steak and plenty of traditional bread with ‘alioli’. It has a spacious dining area and terrace seating, and is popular with the locals.
A homely Italian restaurant along the seaside promenade at S’Illot. A small terrace at the front of the restaurant provides views of the sea and rocky shore. Expect delicious homemade pasta and piadizzas typical of the Adriatic coast. Dishes are freshly prepared and well-presented.
Many restaurants in Sa Coma only open during the summer months, so do check their opening times before visiting. More fine dining options can be found in neighbouring Porto Cristo.