New restaurants in Palma
With a wide variety of eateries in Palma vying for your custom, we’ve identified the best new restaurants in the Mallorcan capital.
Newly opened sister restaurant Fera is proving to be a hot ticket in Palma.
If Italian food is your passion, authentic cuisine from the land of ‘la dolce vita’ awaits you at Ritzi Palma in La Lonja; if you love the food at Ritzi Puerto Portals, you’ll enjoy this, its sister establishment.
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On the Rambla, close to the flower stalls, is Ram Bar – a smart place that’s very popular with locals for tapas and dishes to share.
Young couple Pau Navarro and Ariadna Salvador offer an intimate show-cooking lunch or dinner experience with a distinctly Mallorcan flavour at Clandestí Taller Gastronòmic. Their unique restaurant is just off C/ Blanquerna – an easy walk from the bus and train stations and underground public car parks. Even closer to Palma’s Intermodal Station is La Parada – a stylish makeover of Palma’s original railway station building – where all the food is carefully made from scratch, using top-quality produce.
Michelin starred chef, Tomeu Caldenteyopened Tomeu amb Arrels (Tomeu with roots), in the Sant Jaume Boutique Hotel. In this chic restaurant, Tomeu is reinventing Mallorcan heritage cuisine, using traditional recipes and seasonal ingredients to create a memorable food experience.
For panoramic views of Palma and accomplished Mallorcan cuisine with contemporary touches, head to Cuit – on the eighth floor of Palma’s stylish Nakar Hotel. Chef Miquel Calent’s dishes are well priced and generously portioned, and this is a top eating-out spot for many Mallorcans. If you wish to enjoy creative cuisine or just a drink in a restaurant and bar full of modern art pieces and an exquisite decor, Fera is the place to be.
Enjoy sweeping views of Palma’s waterfront on the terrace of dinner-only restaurant Ikatza, serving Basque cuisine, at the 5-star Gran Melia Victoria.
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In Palma’s bohemian district of Santa Catalina – bursting with eateries – Naan World Street Food stands out for owner Nicolas Malenchini‘s globally influenced dishes and laid-back ambience. The nearby bistro-style Amaya offers New World cuisine, and Fulla d’Ostra is a wonderful option to enjoy creative cuisine in a romantic setting. For authentic French cuisine, try the intimate Le Bistro Bleu and experience the exotic fruits and flavours of Mexicoat Millo. For a culinary journey that moves from Argentina to Peru and France and more, try Vandal, a lively restaurant and chic decor.
Head for the Playa de Palma where two 5-star hotels offer new restaurants: Marea – which serves very high-quality meats – is in the superbly renovated Iberostar Playa de Palma, and the new Hotel Llaut Palace‘s rooftop restaurant Katagi Blau offers panoramic views and Japanese cuisine.