Known for its relaxing atmosphere and family focus, Sa Coma has all the trappings of a laid-back holiday. And with restaurants serving an array of both Spanish and international cuisine, the hardest part of your holiday will be deciding where to eat. To help you here's a selection of our favourites.
JJ's is a favourite for regular visitors to Sa Coma, because the service is excellent and the food is just like you get back home. The menu is full of classics, including roasts, big breakfasts, pastas and desserts, will make your mouth water. If you're looking for a slice of home, you'll get it at JJ's.
While Kenna's is the place to go for a night out, it also serves brilliant breakfast, lunch and dinner at reasonable prices. Some of Sa Coma's best roasts and fry ups can be found at Kenna's Irish Bar, as well as succulent burgers, wraps and other finger food for the little ones.
If you're looking for a fine dining experience in Sa Coma, give Es Moli Den Bou a whirl. The staff know their menus and will explain every item to you, recommending the perfect wines to go with them. You can also watch your food being prepared as the chefs perform culinary acrobatics in the open kitchen before serving up your beautiful meal.
Delaney's stack their plates high and pour their drinks generously. Specialising in top-notch American barbecue and British grill classics, it's one of the most popular diners in Sa Coma. Delaney's is well worth a visit if you're feeling particularly peckish.
Just a stone's throw from the sea, Beachside is the perfect place to get your energy up with a full English or light lunch before a jam-packed day of Sa Coma activities. The combination of sun, sea and friendly service has set Beachside aside from the rest of the coastal cafes. Oh, they also do a great cup of tea too.
For filling local food, great staff and fantastic prices, check out Cafe de la Mar. The menu includes a number of traditional dishes as well as international classics, so there's something for the whole family. While the cafe is child-friendly, with high-chairs available if needed, it's also a great place for adults to kick back with a glass of wine over dinner.
One great advantage of Bollywood Star is that they will deliver to accommodations in the area when you don't fancy heading out. That said, the in-restaurant experience is pretty awesome too. Bollywood Star has a long menu of the Indian dishes you know and love, all freshly prepared by a talented Punjabi Indian chef.
Amore Mio has a great selection of pastas, pizzas and antipasti for anyone who wants a change from paella, while their traditional rustic decor gives the restaurant a warming vibe. As for drinks, whether you're after a margarita, or something a little more adventurous, you can sample the delights of Italy at Amore Mio.
Restaurante Atlantic does things the Majorcan way, with traditional Spanish specials which are changed daily. It's big on potatoes, eggs, fish and meats, serving them in generous portions at reasonable prices. You definitely won't go hungry.
Curry lovers head to Taste of India for the fine Indian cuisine. They do takeaways and three-course meals, plus cocktails, sangria and beer to wash it all down with. There are plenty of soft drinks and desserts for children to choose from too, so the whole family will have a great time.