Porto Colom is a typical Majorcan fishing village, still relatively unspoilt by the tourist trade in Spain. Its idyllic coastal location and family-owned restaurant make this a great place to eat, especially for lovers of seafood. If you're not a fan of fish then no problem, Majorca is blessed with a fantastic climate and good farming culture, so meat-eaters and vegetarians are both catered for just as well.
Sa Llotja makes it their mission to give customers a truly memorable dining experience. The menus are full of Spanish and Mediterranean delicacies, and the staff are more than equipped to give you wine recommendations to go with your meal of choice.
El Barco is all about getting fed full of great local food. This restaurant focuses on giving customers the freshest Spanish paella and burgers, all served in bigger portions than you're likely to find anywhere else in Porto Colom.
This cafe specialises in crepes, ice cream and light lunch mains. It comes highly recommended among both locals and tourists as a great place to have pudding after a meal elsewhere in Porto Colom.
Restaurante Colon is a truly luxurious experience. The stylish high-ceiling interior screams class and the menu has only the best local recipes cooked up by highly-acclaimed chefs. If you're planning to celebrate your holiday anywhere, Restaurante Colon should be top of the list.
The food at HPC looks as good as it tastes. The pizzas especially are perfectly baked and decorated like a canvas with fresh ingredients from Majorca. The desserts are works of art topped off with the juiciest fruit. Plus, there's a wider selection of wine than anywhere else in Porto Colom.
If you're looking for a taste of Italy while in Majorca, look no further than La Pizza Restaurante Portocolom. This pizzeria has a menu full of authentic Italian bases with Spanish takes on classics from Naples and Rome.
Wi-Fi, chips, sandwiches and great banter - that's Bar Citrus in a nutshell. It's ideal if you fancy a little bit of home while away, as you can stop off here for a quick game of pool, a spot of tea or a chat with friendly English-speaking staff - even the parrot speaks your language.
Cafeteria Vistasol has a great menu of local dishes with international twists on the classics. What really sets Vistasol apart from other places in Porto Colom though is the beautiful view out over the horizon. It's a great place to sit and enjoy the sunset.
Mozzarella, basil, tomatoes and olives are top of El Retorn's shopping list, and they get only the best from local farms. These fresh ingredients are served up under a canopy of trees in the terrace of El Retorn, making for a truly atmospheric dining experience.
The interior of Florian is like an old country home, with original wooden beams, extravagant chandeliers and ornate decoration. The food is no less magnificent. Artistically-prepared tapas leads the charge at Florian, and the only thing that isn't grand is the price.