Cala Galdana is home to a wide range of local Spanish cuisine, as well as some international fare. Here you'll find Indian, Chinese, Italian and British restaurants serving up fresh and delicious food that's sure to satisfy your taste buds. The resort's long stretch of sandy beach has numerous restaurants along its promenade where you can sample some seasonal seafood as you gaze out across the Mediterranean Sea on your Menorca holiday.
With an extensive menu of Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, you'll be hard pressed to choose what to have at Cala Mitjana. The array of fresh and local seafood on offer here includes chiperones - fried squid, monkfish, seabass and cod. Afterwards you can top it all off with one of the irresistible homemade desserts on offer. If you have specific dietary requirements, you can order from the gluten free and vegetarian menu.
This family-run restaurant offers excellent service within a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Fuente de Trevi is child-friendly and the staff are more than happy to help the little ones order from the kid's menu. The prawn cocktail for starter, pork fillet for main and creme brulee for dessert all come thoroughly recommended.
Es Barranc is a traditional Menorcan restaurant serving up locally caught and beautifully-seasoned seafood. Post-dinner you can listen to the soothing background music as you linger over a sharp, black coffee and a lemon sorbet.
Alaska is the ideal spot to spend a relaxing evening. This small cafe bar has a laid-back atmosphere and light bites menu full of tapas, sandwiches, pasta, pizza and more. Alaska is always packed with locals devouring the scrumptious eats – so you know it's going to be good.
Run by three brothers, Restaurante Tipico Meson Murciano serves up large portions of its mixed grill which includes kebabs, paella and grilled fish. Guests have the choice to sit out on the terrace and soak up the sun or stay indoors to watch games on Sky Sports.
You'll be welcomed with open arms by the hospitable owners at Sa Lluna, which serves American/Spanish fusion alongside a more traditional menu. This restaurant is very reasonably priced, with a three-course meal here usually costing less than €15 per person. Sa Lluna is situated right by the beach, so it's a great spot to unwind with a glass of wine.
Tobogan is definitely a place to bring the kids. It's a food fun zone which even has a waterslide park and mini golf course attached to the restaurant. There are tons of options when it comes to kid's cuisine including chicken strips, pizza and toasted sandwiches. Adults can sit back and relax with a bowl of gazpacho and jug of sangria while the kids play in the pool.
Cala Galdana's favourite Indian restaurant serves up mouthwatering curries like chicken madras alongside flavoursome naan breads, chutneys and pickles. You can even watch the chefs preparing your meal from the open window in the kitchen.
This restaurant cooks up something a little different from your average tapas. The massive tapas menu includes delicious oddities like nachos and tandoori chicken alongside classic favourites like roasted peppers, chorizo and grilled prawns. You get great value for money at Cafeteria Alaska – and don't forget to order the cheese dessert with caramel topping to finish off your meal.
Diners can sit out on the terrace and experience amazing views of the Mediterranean Sea at Chiringuito Toni. This beach bar and restaurant serves up virtually overflowing drinks along with its fresh fish, sardines, grilled seabass and mussels.