Discover a secret garden in Palma de Mallorca at this unique hotel in the Old Town.
Discover this sociable way to try different cuisines under one roof.
Find out when the 2017 TaPalma takes place in Mallorca's capital.
Courses and workshops for all aspects of cooking are held here.
Vegetarians used to get a pretty rough deal eating out on Mallorca, but things have improved immensely for those who choose not to eat meat or fish (and also for vegans). It’s a far cry from our first experience – in 2004 – of taking some island-visiting veggie friends out for dinner. The two Mallorcan women who ran the coastal village restaurant we visited had always been friendly and helpful in the past and, as […]
The day has arrived when foodies on Mallorca can find out what’s on offer at the new Mercado Gastronómico San Juan. Palma de Mallorca’s first market of its kind echoes similar projects in cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, and others. It’s a place where you find stalls selling different types of cuisine, which you can take away, eat on the terraces outside, or within the beautifully designed market – perching on stools or standing at […]
Last night we were among the many tapas fans at the latest Peccata Minuta event, organised by Chefs(in) in Palma de Mallorca. The format was slightly different to their previous events, in that it was necessary to reserve places in advance and possible to buy tickets before the night. That was a shrewd move, which made the process of getting into the venue quick and easy – and must have made it a lot easier for the chefs involved to plan […]
Our hotel stays in 2014 were all on Mallorca – and each for one night. I’ve already written about Castell Son Claret and Es Revellar Art Resort, in part one of this post. Today you can find out about three more hotels we enjoyed staying in during the course of the year. Petit Hotel Son Arnau, Selva I first heard about this new luxury village hotel (opened at the start of 2014) when I saw a special […]
Being British is cool right now. At least it is at Spanish department store chain El Corte Inglés, which has just launched its ‘GREAT British Festival’. All things British feature in this promotion, and they include food products. To kick the event off in fine style, Majorca Daily Bulletin collaborated with Palma ‘s Avenidas’ branch of the department store and had top British chef Marc Fosh (one of their columnists) do a showcooking event using some of […]
Simply Fosh is now known as Marc Fosh I am a big fan of Marc Fosh – the amiable Londoner who became the first British chef in Spain to have his cuisine recognized with a Michelin star. He was working at Reads Hotel on Mallorca at the time, and we went there quite a few times (for birthdays and anniversaries) while he was at the helm in the kitchen. He left Reads, and the star, to open his […]