A guide to the best restaurants in Magaluf

The array of international cuisines and local Spanish flavours in Magaluf is endless. Magaluf’s centre is fairly compact and you’ll have no problems walking from your hotel to the restaurant promenade area for a hangover-curing full English or a pre-party dinner. Food is generally quite affordable, so you can line your stomach with plentiful portions without spending much of your evening’s budget. If you’re having trouble deciding where to eat, here is a list of some of the best restaurants in Magaluf.

Mediterranean BBQ straight from the grill at Pirates Beach Bar and Grill

This Mediterranean barbeque house serves up exceptional comfort food like grilled steaks, burgers, chilli nachos and ribs. Located right on the beach you’ll get epic views while you dine on large portions along with drinking their premium, fresh, fruity cocktails. In the evening you’ll also be serenaded by live acoustic music.

Family-run British hospitality at Tom Brown's

Tom Brown’s restaurant has been serving locals and tourists alike for over 30 years. This family-run business has meals for everyone in the family including the little ones, and has a mini golf course set up to entertain any kids eagerly waiting for their meal. Try their classics of chicken and leek pie, lasagne, fajitas and pasta.

Irish bar with delicious eats at Finnegan's Live Music Bar and Restaurant

You can sample Finnegan’s homemade pub food, including gluten-free dishes, while listening to live Irish music between 9pm and 12pm. Finnegan’s also has all the major sporting events on the big screen TV. This is a great spot to eat while visiting Katmandu Adventure Park as it’s located right outside the gates.

The best seafood paella in town at Pardos

Pardos offers massive portions of seafood delights. Their lobster, crayfish, prawns and squid are very popular. Additionally, it’s claimed that Pardos has the best and largest helpings of paella in Magaluf.

Breakfasts to start your day with at Eastenders

After a crazy night on the town come to Eastenders for one of the best breakfasts in Magaluf. This pub serves amazing full English breakfasts as well as large omelettes. If you’re not up early enough for breakfast they also serve popular Sunday lunches with a choice of meats, and in the evening Eastenders turns into a karaoke joint.

A fusion of Western and Spanish cuisines at Robinson Crusoe's

Located right on the beach, Robinson Crusoe’s serves a fusion of Spanish and British cuisine. They include hearty meals like spare ribs, spaghetti carbonara and fish and chips, along with plenty of seafood options.

Seafood throughout the years at Restaurante El Mundo

Restaurante El Mundo has been open since 1977 and is still creating mouth-watering dishes, specialising in seafood cuisine. Some of the most popular meals are the paella, tapas, calamari and mussels. Or another option is a homemade pizza made with fresh and local ingredients.

Mexican BBQ for large parties at Chi Chi's Tex Mex

This Mexican barbecue place is ideal if you have a big crowd looking for a place to eat as it caters for stag and hen parties as well as birthdays. With ribs, sizzling fajitas, homemade gourmet burgers, piri piri chicken and Cajun salmon everyone in the group will be happy.

Tourist favourites with spectacular views at Foxy's

If you’re looking for somewhere relaxed and easy-going to spend the evening, come to Foxy’s. This chilled out restaurant is located right on the beachfront and serves everyone’s favourites – pizza, nachos and fajitas, as well as cold, thick and creamy milkshakes.

Authentic Spanish seafood dishes at Alexandra

The authentic Spanish cuisine at Alexandra’s consists of freshly cooked seafood specialities including paella, garlic prawns and lobster. With reasonable prices and excellent service you’ll be coming back time and time again to try another dish from this scrummy seafood menu.