Some traditional local cafes, bars, and bakeries have closed, but this Palma business is growing.
This summer we again regularly went down to Porto Cristo for an early morning swim before the holidaymakers hit the beach. We rewarded our efforts with a visit to La Magrana, a cute little café/restaurant which faces the side of the church (Plaça del Carme). The name of the place is mallorquín for ‘pomegranate’; you’ll spot a few of the fruits in the décor… Parking is easy (pay at the meter if it’s after 10am) and it’s then […]
If you're in the Manacor area around midday, try this place for a 10€ lunch.
Love frozen yogurt? Check out the little 'sister' of Barcelona's Biscuiter...
Almonds are delicious, nutritious, and widely cultivated on Mallorca. Visit this shop for your almond fix.
Read about Chefs(in)'s latest tapas event Peccata Minuta and you'll want to be at the next one.
For Palma's best choice of beers, check out this pub with an authentic ambience.
Enjoy a Temaki Sushi Sashimi dinner as it's eaten at home in Japan.
You'll always find somewhere open...