Cala'n Bosch is blessed with a marina that provides amazing views and ambience as well as proximity to some of the best-loved Menorcan ingredients – fish and seafood. Catch of the day is scribbled on menus up and down the town and you can be sure you're getting fresh fish from that morning's haul. As well as using the ocean to their advantage, the restaurants here also serve up some of Menorca's meat specialities and tapas dishes.
Avanti is a classic holiday restaurant, which combines a beautiful location next to the harbour, with a great menu of both local specialities and international dishes. The friendly staff provide an efficient service plus, there's loads of cake and ice cream for pudding.
This is a restaurant that cares and it's shown through their warm welcome, generous portions and massive gluten-free menu. Families are welcomed and the long list of dishes includes their well-loved pizzas. You'll feel well fed and looked after at El Pato.
Huge awnings shade the guests of Restaurant Aquarium against the hot Menorcan sun, as they are brought plate after plate of delicious Mediterranean food. Aquarium, as the name suggests, specialises heavily in seafood. However, they take it quite literally as each table has the quirky addition of a goldfish swimming around in a mini aquarium.
This understated restaurant is situated to the east of Cala'n Bosch's marina and specialises in many different types of Mediterranean dish. You can have a toastie for lunch or lobster stew for dinner, they also cater well for children.
Another beautiful marina-side restaurant, Asador ON eGIN deals in hearty meat and potato dishes, excellent squid and outstanding tapas. The steaks are said to be some of the best on the island and they also serve delicious local brandy. The prices are fair for the idyllic location and the atmosphere is perfect.
La Fontana is the perfect place for a big breakfast, light lunch, or a night of revelry, complete with live music from local acts. You could start the day off right with a fry-up in the morning, try one of the incredible sharing platters and top it off with a mouth-watering ice cream sundae.
Portobello Lago serves terrific dishes of Mediterranean goodness and you can have any combination of food you like. The paella is particularly popular among both locals and tourists and there's a play area to entertain the kids while they wait for dinner.
This is a classic Spanish steakhouse delighting meat-lovers who have a big appetite. The traditional interior, with its dark wooden beams, welcomes you to sit comfortably as the chefs cook up some of their best cuts, just for you.
For a stellar paella and the best marina-side sangria, look no further than Leli's – but the choices don't end there. This friendly restaurant does a mean breakfast fry-up, a fish sharing platter at lunch, and a hanging meat skewer for dinner.
Piccola specialises in tasty stone-baked pizzas, calzones and paella. If you're up for something a little different, then have the mussels, they're huge! The whole family will be well-fed and you can walk away happy, ready for bed.