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Alcudia

Best restaurants in Alcudia

Alcudia's top restaurants specialise in Mediterranean food done right - with hand-picked ingredients, unique presentations and some seriously bold flavours. You'll find fresh seafood and prime cuts of meat, plus the odd Indian eatery as well as a gourmet American-style diner with a Tex-Mex menu. And little goes better with a good meal than a gorgeous view of the marina from an outdoor terrace – except maybe a glass of local wine.

Homely decor at Como En Casa

The quirky rooms in Como En Casa are decorated to look like actual rooms in a house, complete with a bathroom, kitchen and master bedroom. The menu features crowd favourites like steak, pizza and curries, but it's clear from the first bite that it's a cut above the rest. Just make sure to book in advance, as most tourists visiting Alcudia want to give it a go.

Fine cocktails and desserts at Smith's Cafe-Bar-Restaurant

Located just a few minutes from the beach, Smith's is a quaint cafe dishing up classic eats like steak, pasta and curries. But it's the fresh-fruit cocktails and scrumptious desserts that bring people back, especially the strawberry cheesecake. At night, the cafe features live entertainment. And staff provide colouring-in to keep little ones occupied.

Homemade Italian at sa Roqueta wine & food

This Italian spot is intimate and cosy, featuring a simple menu and long list of wine. The flavourful meals here include cheese platters and cured meat to start, plus baked fish and homemade aioli. Some of the ingredients in your dish will even have been grown in their home garden.

Artful dishes at Posidonia Restaurante Mar i Terra

Located along the harbour and steeped in sleek, nautical decor, Posidonia specialises in Mediterranean dishes presented with creative flair. From starfish-shaped fruit to stacks of vegetables and towers of prime cuts of meat, you'll take as much joy in eating your food as you do in looking at it.

Beautiful marina views at Club Restaurant Bellavista

It's called the Restaurant 'Bellavista' - Spanish for 'beautiful view' - for a reason. This chic, waterfront restaurant faces right onto the marina, and is a brilliant spot to watch the world go by. Here, you can just stop in for a coffee with a view or stay a while and tuck into a seafood platter, fresh pizza or pan of paella.

Authentic curries at Himalaya Indian Nepalese Restaurant

This Indian restaurant might look unassuming from the outside but its wide range of flavourful curries make it a top Alcudia restaurant. The prices per dish are kept low and the portions are manageable, so you can chow down on more samosas, lamb kharhai and chicken tikka masala for less.

Full British carvery at The Terrace

For a traditional Sunday carvery, the Terrace is the place to be. The British team here also do full English breakfasts, burgers and chips and other homely bites to satisfy cravings for English flavours.

Outdoor terrace come rain or shine at Can Costa Alcudia

Visitors flock to this quaint family-run eatery for classic Spanish dishes in Alcudia's idyllic old town. In line with traditional Mediterranean cuisine Can Costa's menu centres on seafood, with meals like Majorcan cod in honey and garlic, fish and shellfish paella, plus chicken and other light bites for little ones. They also have an outdoor terrace with an electronic roof for patio dining in all weathers.

Old world Spain at Ca'n Punyetes

Ca'n Punyetes will leave you feeling transported back to oldworld Spain, with a cobbled exterior and traditional Mediterranean menu. The tapas here is the main draw, with a large seafood selection like stuffed mussels and fried anchovies, plus an even longer list of wines.

Tex-Mex at Mama's Gourmet

Mama's Gourmet brings a contemporary spin to a classic American diner, with gourmet burgers, onion rings and nachos. The portion sizes are on the bigger side, but try to leave enough room for a tasty milkshake. Waiters go the extra mile to accommodate kids, often supplying them with balloons and lollipops.