Serving Spanish food alongside Sunday roasts, Cala'n Porter restaurants cater for Menorca holiday-goers and welcome children. Although you can get some international flavours such as Chinese, Italian and Mexican here, the Menorcan dishes and seafood are particularly good. Local specialities include baked cuttlefish and lobster stew.
This restaurant does pretty much everything well. Their menu is a charming mix of Asian, Italian, Spanish and British cuisine, all with uniquely modern twists on classic recipes. Every meal is artistically prepared and served with a smile.
Casa Tia has struck the perfect balance for many holidaymakers. The owners are a British family who have put together a flawless menu of Spanish classics, which means you get everything you came to Menorca for but with a bit of familiar conversation thrown in.
A modern restaurant with stylish outdoor terrace dining, Pizzeria Samoa will give you the authentic taste of Italy with the gorgeous backdrop of Menorca. Each recipe learns from the local cuisine, so you can order fusions of Spanish and Italian dishes that are one of a kind.
El Pulpo is all about enjoyable dining. If you're in a group and looking to have a long night of Spanish tapas, wine and laughter then this restaurant provides all in platefuls. Set under stylishly lit palm trees, El Pulpo strikes an infectious and lively atmosphere every night without fail.
Castillo Sancho Panza is an impressive mock castle built in the 1970s, and dining there certainly makes you feel like royalty. The food is some of the tastiest around, all prepared to traditional Menorcan recipes. All this and the prices are still totally reasonable.
Big Als is a buffet restaurant and tapas bar that invites you to 'eat as much as you want'. Many accept the challenge and begin munching their way through towering plates of locally reared meat, perfectly fried potatoes and juicy vegetable platters.
Huge portions are what this American diner-style restaurant is all about. The food is delicious and you certainly won't need seconds. If you make it to pudding then you get the treat of ordering any of the extravagant ice-cream-laden desserts.
Peto's is the place to go for a light lunch of British classics. Sandwiches, chips, full English, all the favourites are served at Peto's. Prices are low and spirits are high, so if you need a quick bite before a day out then there's nowhere better.
Can Dialy serves tapas and main courses with a German and Caribbean influence. You can try cod in coconut or flammkuchen - Germany's variation on pizza. They also do full English breakfasts or healthy morning options accompanied by excellent coffee.
Take advantage of the fantastic seafood at La Vela. The king prawns are grilled to perfection and served with a tangy dipping sauce that'll make your mouth water. The sea-bass is huge and freshly caught that morning - you can taste the difference.