Banyalbufar’s Restaurant Son Tomás first opened its doors in 1983. In its 30th anniversary year, Michelin awarded it the Bib Gourmand for “good-quality, good-value cooking”. It has maintained this award since, and is quoted in the Michelin Guide 2016 as “An impressive family-owned restaurant run with great dedication.”
The Picornell-Funke family owns Son Tomás, which serves Mallorcan and Mediterranean market cuisine, including paellas and other rice dishes, fresh fish and seafood.
Everything is freshly prepared by members of the family and much of the produce they use comes from the family’s land. Marcos Picornell is maître d’. Wines here are well kept and include examples produced in Banyalbufar itself from the Malvasia grape – definitely worth trying.
The attractive dining room is contemporary in style, and there’s a pleasant terrace with lovely views of the Mediterranean and the hillside terraces that are typical of this pretty village.
The café/bar on the ground floor is open all day for drinks and tapas/snacks.