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Cala Blanca

Best Restaurants in Cala Blanca

The town of Cala Blanca features varied restaurant choices for even the pickiest Menorca holidaymakers. Lots of them also have beach-facing terraces giving great sunset views. You can savour local flavours, taking your pick of Menorcan dishes. Or if you fancy a little taste of home there's a Brit-style pub too.

Stunning sunsets at the Blarney Stone

A classic Irish pub on the shore, the Blarney Stone is located near the beach, which means its outdoor terrace is ideal for sunset watching. In the ways of food, you can expect classic bar bites like burgers, fish and chips and tapas, plus bitter, sangria and cider to drink. They also play sporting matches and offer free Wi-Fi, so you can stay connected to home.

Splash zone at Restaurante Miramar

You won't get closer to the beach than at Restaurante Miramar, whose tables are literally right beside the rocks – if a wave comes, you might even get wet toes. The cuisine here is largely Mediterranean, with pasta, seafood or T-bone steak cooked on a hot stone at your table.

Splash zone at Restaurante Miramar

You won't get closer to the beach than at Restaurante Miramar, whose tables are literally right beside the rocks – if a wave comes, you might even get wet toes. The cuisine here is largely Mediterranean, with pasta, seafood or T-bone steak cooked on a hot stone at your table.

Chilled out vibes at Hola Ola Mediterranean Beach

Vintage furniture, tables and blankets scattered across a grassy patch make up the outdoor space at the Hola Ola Mediterranean Beach restaurant, which is tucked into a cove overlooking the sea. Visitors come here mostly for the great cocktails and gin and tonics, but the Hola Ola also serves bar snacks and occasionally features live music.

Beach eats at Sa Cova

Sa Cova restaurant is way more than just a beach bar, though it does directly border the Cala Blanca beach. The fare here is traditional Spanish cuisine, with dishes like paella, fidua -paella with noodles instead of rice, tapas and a whole lot of fish, plus crowd favourites like chicken and lasagne.

Classic curries at Raj Indian Restaurante

Just a couple of minutes' walk up from the coast, the Raj Indian Restaurante brings a splash of Indian spices to Menorca. Brits will find many items on this menu recognisable, with dishes like chicken tikka masala and vegetable curries, plus papadums and chutneys to start.

Dazzling desserts at Nautilus Snack Bar and Restaurant

The name says 'snack' bar, but the food here will keep you full. You can delight in varied dishes like fried chicken, pies and mountainous desserts that make a plain bowl of ice-cream look incredibly insufficient. The cocktails here are also legendary, topped with fresh fruit and colourful decorations.

Unique meats at Laurel & Hardy's

Laurel & Hardy's also offers a can't-beat meal deal, including starter, main course and dessert for €10. This doesn't include a drink, but leaves you with more room to enjoy the entrees. They also have an a la carte selection, with unique mains like goat, Moroccan lamb and kebabs mounted on hanging skewers.

Comfortable dining at Il Vespro

Il Vespro doesn't skimp on the comfort factor, offering big, plush chairs on its outdoor terrace so you can settle in for the evening. You can grab a cocktail while watching the sunset or opt to stick around for dinner, the highlights of which include suckling pig, lamb and grilled chicken with peppercorn sauce.

Seafood paradise at Xauxa Bar Restaurant

You'll find a chilled out environment at this off-the-beaten-path restaurant, with light music and a television playing overhead, plus a pool table for in between courses. The menu here is seafood-centric, including grilled squid and marinated mussels, plus T-bone steak and stuffed cannelloni.