Ibiza and the Balearic Islands Restaurants

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  • 1. Es Molí de Foc

    $$$$

    Originally a flour mill, this is the oldest building in the village of Sant Climent, and the food is exceptional. Taste seasonal dishes, which can...

    Originally a flour mill, this is the oldest building in the village of Sant Climent, and the food is exceptional. Taste seasonal dishes, which can include prawn carpaccio with cured Mahón cheese and artichoke oil, black paella with monkfish and squid, and carrilleras de ternera (beef cheeks) with potato. End with some local cheese ice cream and figs. In summer, book a table on the terrace. With a brewery on the premises, visible behind glass, you'll know what to drink.

    Carrer Sant Llorenç 65, Sant Climent, Balearic Islands, 07712, Spain
    971-153222

    Known For

    • Historic building
    • Brewery on-site
    • Rustic local food with style

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. Oct.–June. No lunch Mon. in July and Aug., and Tues.–Sun. Oct.–June, Credit cards accepted
  • 2. Marc Fosh

    $$$$

    While Palma suffers no dearth of rough-and-ready eateries, Marc Fosh has little or no competition in the fine-dining category. The renowned chef Marc Fosh offers...

    While Palma suffers no dearth of rough-and-ready eateries, Marc Fosh has little or no competition in the fine-dining category. The renowned chef Marc Fosh offers several tasting menus, which are executed superbly, with the best local seasonal produce transformed into remarkable dishes with surprising twists. The restaurant occupies the glorious medieval former refectory of the Mission of San Vicente de Paul, with high vaulted ceilings, a 210-foot gallery with stone arches, and an interior courtyard. White walls display contemporary art, and the smaller dining room has palm trees growing through the ceiling. The lunchtime menu, priced from €29.50, is a steal.

    Carrer de la Missió 7A, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07003, Spain
    971-720114

    Known For

    • Award-winning cuisine
    • Tasting menus based on local produce
    • Good-value weekday lunch menu

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Reservations essential
  • 3. Sa Brisa Gastro Bar

    $$ | Ibiza Nueva

    Time was, you could search in vain for innovative cuisine in Eivissa, but that changed with the opening of this stylish place. Enjoy a menu...

    Time was, you could search in vain for innovative cuisine in Eivissa, but that changed with the opening of this stylish place. Enjoy a menu of tapas, salads, seafood, and meat dishes with imaginative Latin touches including delicious homemade croquetas (croquettes), shrimp quesadillas with guacamole, and Iberian pork. Top off with one of the sinfully rich dessert concoctions. The simple, relaxing interior features table and counter seating, and one long table for 22, to share with friends and strangers.

    Passeig Vara de Rey 15, Eivissa, Balearic Islands, 07800, Spain
    971-090649

    Known For

    • Innovative dishes
    • Stylish, modern interior
    • Great location on the main promenade
  • 4. Ca'n Joan de S'aigo

    $ | Centro

    This café, on a side street behind the church of Sant Francesc, is one of Palma's venerable institutions, in business since 1700. Drop in for...

    This café, on a side street behind the church of Sant Francesc, is one of Palma's venerable institutions, in business since 1700. Drop in for coffee or hot chocolate with an ensaimada crema—a spiral-shape Mallorcan pastry with a rich cream-cheese filling. With its green-glass chandeliers, cane-back chairs, and marble tabletops, the setting is a treat in itself.

    Carrer de Ca'n Sanç 10, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07001, Spain
    971-710759
  • 5. Cafe Balear

    $$$

    Seafood doesn't get much fresher than here, as the owners' boat docks nearby every day except Sunday. The relaxed atmosphere welcomes either a quick bite...

    Seafood doesn't get much fresher than here, as the owners' boat docks nearby every day except Sunday. The relaxed atmosphere welcomes either a quick bite or a full dining experience. The house specialty, arroz caldoso de langosta (lobster and rice stew), is very impressive, as are the carpaccio d'emperador (thin slices of swordfish marinated in lemon, salt, and olive oil), cigalas (crayfish), lobster with onion, and grilled navajas (razor clams).

    Pl. de San Juan 15, Ciutadella, Balearic Islands, 07760, Spain
    971-380005

    Known For

    • Lobster caldereta
    • Port-side location
    • Fresh-off-the-boat catches

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Nov. and Mon., Credit cards accepted
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  • 6. Café La Lonja

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    A great spot for hot chocolate or a unique tea or coffee, this classic establishment in the old fishermen's neighborhood has a young vibe that...

    A great spot for hot chocolate or a unique tea or coffee, this classic establishment in the old fishermen's neighborhood has a young vibe that goes well with the style of the place. Both the sunny terrace in front of the Llotja and the bar inside are excellent places for drinks and sandwiches. The seasonal menu (served two doors down, at the Orient Express) might include a salad of tomato, avocado, and Cabrales cheese; fluffy quiche; and tapas of squid or mushrooms. It's a good rendezvous point and watering hole.

    Carrer Sa Lonja del Mar 2, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07012, Spain
    971-722799

    Known For

    • Quick pit stop
    • Terrace with views of the Llotja
    • Coffee and snacks

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted
  • 7. Can Caus

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    Ibiza might pride itself on its seafood, but there comes a time for meat and potatoes. When that time comes, take the 20-minute drive to...

    Ibiza might pride itself on its seafood, but there comes a time for meat and potatoes. When that time comes, take the 20-minute drive to the outskirts of Santa Gertrudis to this family-style roadside restaurant where you can feast on skewers of barbecued sobrasada, goat chops, and lamb kebabs. Most of the ingredients are from the restaurant's own farms. Diners can choose to eat at the long wooden tables on the terrace.

    Ctra. Sant Miquel, Km 3.5, Santa Gertrudis, Balearic Islands, 07814, Spain
    971-197516

    Known For

    • Grilled meats
    • Local vibe
    • Ibizan home cooking

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. and in low season (varies), Credit cards accepted
  • 8. El Jàgaro

    $$$$

    This simple waterfront restaurant, at the east end of the harbor promenade, is a local favorite. The lunchtime crowd comes for the platter of lightly...

    This simple waterfront restaurant, at the east end of the harbor promenade, is a local favorite. The lunchtime crowd comes for the platter of lightly fried mixed fish with potatoes; knowledgeable clients home in on local specialties like cap-roig (scorpionfish) with garlic and wine sauce, or paella bogavante (with clawed lobster). The menu takes a major leap in price for the €75 spiny lobster, a delicacy prepared in a variety of ways. The prix-fixe lunch is a good value at €15.

    Moll de Llevant 334, Maó, Balearic Islands, 07701, Spain
    971-362390

    Known For

    • Spiny lobster stew (caldereta)
    • Harbor-front setting
    • Local flavor

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. No dinner Sun. Nov.–Mar., Credit cards accepted
  • 9. Es Molí d'es Recó

    $$$

    A great place to stop for a lunch of typical local cuisine, this restaurant is in an old windmill at the west end of Es...

    A great place to stop for a lunch of typical local cuisine, this restaurant is in an old windmill at the west end of Es Mercadal, on the ME1 about halfway between Mahón and Ciutadella and about 4 km (2½ miles) from El Toro. It has fortress-grade, whitewashed stone walls and low vaulted ceilings, and a constant air of cheerful bustle. On warm summer days there are tables on the terrace. Menorcan specialties here include squid stuffed with anglerfish and shrimp, and chicken with centollo (spider crab). The sopa menorquina is excellent.

    Carrer Major 53, Mercadal, Balearic Islands, 07740, Spain
    971-375392

    Known For

    • Menorcan specialties
    • Pretty terrace
    • Sopa menorquina

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted
  • 10. La Bóveda

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    This popular restaurant serves huge, tasty portions of tapas and inexpensive platters such as chicken or ham croquetas, grilled cod, garlic shrimp, and revueltos de...

    This popular restaurant serves huge, tasty portions of tapas and inexpensive platters such as chicken or ham croquetas, grilled cod, garlic shrimp, and revueltos de ajos con morcilla (scrambled eggs with garlic and black sausage). Within hailing distance of the Llotja, the tables in the back are always at a premium (they're cooler on summer days), but there's additional seating at the counter or on stools around upended wine barrels. The traditional tapas are nothing fancy but they are very good. A sister restaurant, La Taberna de la Bóveda (Paseo Sagrera 3), has a terrace with views of the marina.

    Carrer de la Botería 3, Palma, Balearic Islands, 07012, Spain
    971-714863

    Known For

    • Down-to-earth portions of traditional tapas
    • Ham croquettes
    • Local vibe

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun., Credit cards accepted
  • 11. Mezzanotte

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    This charming little port-side Italian restaurant has just 12 tables inside, softly lit with candles and track lighting. The kitchen prides itself on hard-to-find fresh...

    This charming little port-side Italian restaurant has just 12 tables inside, softly lit with candles and track lighting. The kitchen prides itself on hard-to-find fresh ingredients flown in from Italy. The linguine with jumbo shrimp, saffron, and zucchini or with bottarga (dried and salted mullet roe from Sardinia) is wonderful. In summer, the seating expands to an interior patio and tables on the sidewalk—and the service can get more than a bit ragged.

    Paseo de s'Alamera 18, Santa Eulària des Riu, Balearic Islands, 07840, Spain
    971-319498

    Known For

    • Fresh Italian cuisine
    • Sidewalk seating in summer
    • Dried and salted mullet roe from Sardinia

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Jan. and Feb., Credit cards accepted
  • 12. Oleoteca Ses Escoles

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    Chef-owner Miguel Llabres honed his craft at starred restaurants in Mallorca and opened here in 2014, to local acclaim. He keeps the menu short and...

    Chef-owner Miguel Llabres honed his craft at starred restaurants in Mallorca and opened here in 2014, to local acclaim. He keeps the menu short and focuses on garden-fresh seasonal vegetables and free-range local meats. Try the Ibizan potato salad, served warm in a huge bowl with anchovies, onions, red peppers, and green beans and a main course of Iberian pork shoulder or suckling lamb chops. The building, a former elementary school restored in rustic style, also houses a gourmet shop featuring products from the Miguel Guasch oil mill, one of the oldest producers on the island.

    Ctra. Ibiza-Portinatx, Sant Joan de Labritja, Balearic Islands, 07810, Spain
    871-870229

    Known For

    • Free-range local meats
    • Gourmet shop
    • Ibizan potato salad

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Jan., and Mon. Oct.–Apr.
  • 13. S'Amarador

    $$$

    At the foot of the steps that lead down to the port, this restaurant has a café-terrace out front that's perfect for people-watching, drinks, and...

    At the foot of the steps that lead down to the port, this restaurant has a café-terrace out front that's perfect for people-watching, drinks, and tapas. Fresh seafood in any form is a sure bet here: try the John Dory, baked, grilled, or fried with garlic—or splurge on the caldereta (€65). The wine list is impressive, with local labels and rich reds from Priorat, Montsant, La Rioja, and Ribera del Duero.

    Pere Capllonch 42, Ciutadella, Balearic Islands, 07760, Spain
    971-383524

    Known For

    • Bustling terrace
    • Flavorsome lobster stew
    • Good-value fixed-price lunch menu
  • 14. Sa Cova

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    On Sóller's busy central square, this friendly and informal restaurant specializes in traditional local cooking, with a nod to touristic expectations. Skip the inevitable paella,...

    On Sóller's busy central square, this friendly and informal restaurant specializes in traditional local cooking, with a nod to touristic expectations. Skip the inevitable paella, and opt instead for the sopas mallorquines, thick vegetable soups served over thin slices of bread, or the Mallorcan pork loin, stuffed with nuts and raisins. Sa Cova has great people-watching: the tram to Port de Sóller passes right in front of its outside tables. In the summer high season, service can be spotty.

    Pl. Constitució 7, Sóller, Balearic Islands, 07100, Spain
    971-633222

    Known For

    • Sopas mallorquines
    • Outdoor seating
    • Great people-watching
  • 15. Smoix

    $$$

    Creative, contemporary Menorcan cuisine is the draw here, in an industrial-style setting with a small leafy courtyard and low-key cosmopolitan vibe. Start things off with...

    Creative, contemporary Menorcan cuisine is the draw here, in an industrial-style setting with a small leafy courtyard and low-key cosmopolitan vibe. Start things off with a local gin, and choose from two tasting menus (€34.50 or €44.50) or from a small list of à la carte dishes that change according to the season. There is a reasonable prix-fixe lunchtime menu for €21.

    Av. Jaume Conqueridor 38, Ciutadella, Balearic Islands, Spain
    971-489198

    Known For

    • Crayfish ravioli
    • Brochette with chicken, prawns, shiitake mushrooms and lime
    • Local gin
  • 16. Sa Cornucopia

    $$$
    Closed Permanently

    Dine by candlelight in one of this lovely little restaurant's four intimate rooms. On a chilly, late-spring evening, there may be a fire in the...

    Dine by candlelight in one of this lovely little restaurant's four intimate rooms. On a chilly, late-spring evening, there may be a fire in the fireplace; in the summer, book a table on the terrace, which has jasmine and grapevines hanging overhead. Chef Oscar Bueno's dishes, a mix of Ibizan, North African, and Provençal, are served in heroic portions; try the couscous with lamb and black sausage or the country-style roast chicken, and choose from a small but distinguished list of wines from La Rioja and Ribera del Duero. Renovated in 2015, Sa Cornucopia has been a fixture in Sana Gertrudis for decades and just keeps getting better.

    Venda de Sa Picasa, Santa Gertrudis, Balearic Islands, 07814, Spain
    971-197274

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun. No lunch, Reservations essential
  • 17. Es Pla

    $$$
    Closed Permanently

    The modest wooden exterior of this harborside restaurant is misleading—Es Pla has hosted royalty. The former king, Juan Carlos, has made detours here during his...

    The modest wooden exterior of this harborside restaurant is misleading—Es Pla has hosted royalty. The former king, Juan Carlos, has made detours here during his sailing holidays in the Balearics, to sample its justly famous caldereta de langosta. This single costly dish skews an otherwise reasonably priced menu, but a prix-fixe caldereta menu, with steamed mussels or scallops in their shell for starters, along with dessert and coffee, is a bargain. Other excellent seafood dishes include grilled scorpionfish, scallops drizzled with olive oil, and anglerfish with marisco (seafood) sauce.

    Pasaje Es Plá, s/n, Puerto de Fornells, Balearic Islands, 07748, Spain
    971-376655

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

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