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Puerto Pollensa

Best restaurants in Puerto Pollensa

Puerto Pollensa was originally a fishing village, but now it attracts people to its enchanting coast to sit, eat and chatter. You'll find places to eat on a budget or push the boat out, so to speak, and cafes and restaurants serving up everything from pizza and chips to Majorcan delights.

Feast your senses at C'an Panxo

C'an Panxo is a treat from start to finish with free homemade bread and extravagant desserts served in jars. A number of glass orbs hang from the ceiling, twinkling in the light – the perfect accompaniment to a meal of rich colours, and sensational smells and tastes.

Oceanside at C'an Josep

Joseph and the crew at C'an Josep use freshly fished seafood, top quality meat and ingredients to produce its Majorcan and Mediterranean treats. Children are welcomed and have their own menu. Right next to the beach, the sea view stretches as far as the eye can see and the interior is also delightful, complete with marble pillars.

Take it outside at Al Fresco Deli

Al Fresco Deli offers fantastic Mediterranean food and snacks for the whole family. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and after hours, you can go for afternoon drinks or a big evening meal at Al Fresco Deli. Additionally, Al Fresco will let you take your food away with you to eat on the nearby beach or back at your hotel or apartment.

Fish and festivity at Tiberi Restaurant and Bistro

Located in the beautiful and bustling Puerto Pollensa square, Tiberi specialises in fresh fish dishes and is a great place to have a lively dinner then stay for some drinks. The square gets busy early and has a vibrant atmosphere from midday to midnight.

Get close and personal at La Cabana

Learn the value of sharing at La Cabana with its long list of incredible tapas dishes. In traditional Spanish style, you start with a couple of dishes and order more until you're full, and the same goes for the jugs of sangria. You'll be hard-pushed to find a better tapas joint in the port.

Majorcan ingredients, worldly flavours at La Celtika

The philosophy of chef Yann at La Celtika is simple – fresh, organic and locally farmed, every time. The menu is inspired by local farms and changes seasonally to suit the landscape. While they keep with local ingredients, the recipes vary from French high-cuisine classics to multiculturally-influenced specials. Almost everything served at La Celtika is made fresh in-house.

Food and flowers at Osteria N15

Barbecue, lounge and terrace restaurant Osteria N15 is set apart by its beautiful interior and tendency to complement each meal with freshly-cut flowers. You can laugh with the waiters and enjoy one of their house wine recommendations as you watch your food being prepared.

You might become a regular at Centric

Centric is one of those places you go once, then return every night of your holiday. The staff are very friendly and speak great English and the atmosphere is cosy and stylish. Located just behind the harbour, Centric offers the best fish and meats from the surrounding fishermen and farmers, cooked to perfection for your pleasure.

Worth the trip at Can Cuarassa

Can Cuarassa sits on the road out of Puerto Pollensa towards Alcudia, which makes it the perfect stop if you've been out exploring the island for the day. If not, it's still worth the trip for the tasty traditional menu, fine wines, exquisite presentation and ambience.

All the family will eat well at Restaurante Ambrosia

The hearty meals at Ambrosia include pizzas, burgers, ribs and steaks, which you can dine on while enjoying the modern, yet relaxed, restaurant. Family dinners are no problem as the kids will love the chirpy waiting staff and child-friendly eating options.