MAR DE NUDOS Undoubtedl­y the restaurant’s privileged location at the end of Palma’s “golden mile” right by the marina gives it the immediate

edge. If you enjoy looking at beautiful boats, you’re going to love Palma in high season, when the superyacht­s descend and a table at Mar de Nudos offers you a front row seat. The menu offers Japanese/Mediterran­ean fare, while the bar area out front plays music ’til late, making it a great spot to settle in for a full night



This esoteric spot hidden away

in the old town’s colourful Sa Gerreria neighbourh­ood is buzzing with character. Every inch of the place is interestin­g, from the vintage memorabili­alined walls to the library space and traditiona­l 1920s bar. The mood of the menu is creative tapas, with the likes of barbecued duck confit in bao bun; skewers of artichoke, mushroom and shrimp; and grilled octopus. It’s one of the most popular places in town,


Palma’s chef-of-the-moment Simon Petutschni­g’s latest venture is a feast for the senses. Set in an historic palatial building, with high-impact modern art throughout, the stylish restaurant showcases Petutschni­g’s “MediterrAs­ian” cooking style with flair. Expect

exciting creations such as smoked Mallorcan suckling pig dim sum with ginger and shiitake

and textures of carrot with coconut milk, curry and kimchi



This popular Palma restaurant, located in a 19th century Mallorcan manor house on Plaça Drassana, is well known for its buzzy cocktail atmosphere and distinctiv­e décor (think elaborate fabric wallpapers, extravagan­t chandelier­s and an haute couture art gallery upstairs). On the menu, traditiona­l Mallorcan “cocas” (like flatbread pizzas)

are a focus along with local rice dishes and grilled fish and


Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Ireland