Port de Pollença is one of the best destinations in north Mallorca for eating out with a reputation for both quality and a varied cuisine. Diners are catered for with a wide range of restaurants from simple traditional family fare to superb menus featuring the very best in fine dining.
The town is a gastronomic delight with bars and restaurants galore around the bay and the main square at Plaça Miguel Capllonch, plus many of the streets in the north of the town where there is an eclectic selection of small cafes and tapas bars. You can relax and dine in some stunning locations with amazing views and wonderful food, including a Michelin starred restaurant; one of only nine on Mallorca.
10. Argos Restaurant
Recently, the Argos Restaurant was awarded a Michelin star, the first dining establishment within the Port to receive such an accolade. Opened in 2015 and located on the ground floor of the boutique hotel La Goleta, located in Passeig Saralegui, it overlooks the sea near La Gola and is open for breakfast, snacks, bistro style lunches and dinner. Tasting menus and optional wine pairing are also available.
Acclaimed Head Chef Alvaro Salazar and his team prepare innovative cuisine using only the finest quality locally sourced and imported ingredients. This has to be the best restaurant in Port de Pollença with many visitors returning again and again. The menu is not cheap but recognised as being excellent value. Booking is advised. The restaurant is open daily from the beginning of March, from 8.00am to 10.30 pm.
9. Los Zarzales
Los Zarzales Mallorcan Restaurant, situated close to La Gola on the Carrer Jafuda Creaques, is perfect if you’re looking for a typical taste of the Island. Seasonal locally produced ingredients are the essence of Mallorcan cuisine and this, coupled with an excellent wine cellar specialising in local wines, ensures that Los Zarzales is a place you will want to return to.
Traditionally prepared courses of Serra de Tramuntana lamb and goat and locally caught fish are often complemented by live entertainment during the tourist season. Try your hand at one of the cooking workshops held at this venue which have become very popular! Open daily from 10.00 am to 11.00pm expect to pay around £30.00 per head excluding wines for à la carte. Tapas and snacks are also on offer and there is a children’s menu.
8. Celler La Parra
Founded in 1962 by the current owners’ grandparents and located in Carrer Juan XXIII Celler La Parra continues to serve the very best in traditional wood-fired Mallorcan specialities using the freshest local produce. With a high standard of customer service, this restaurant is a popular venue for both locals and tourists alike. Open from Tuesday through to Sunday from 9.00am until 11.00pm the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Expect to pay in the region of £24.00 per head for an evening meal.