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 […]
Fancy a beer? I’m not talking a San Mig or a Cruzcampo – two of the beers most of us probably associate with Spain. In the past couple of years exciting things have been happening on Mallorca, with locally made craft beers hitting the market. We’ve even had beer fairs on the island (as well as the typical German ‘Oktoberfest’ events). With ‘made-on-Mallorca’ beers now available, interest in beer in general seems to have grown. Shop […]
On a visit to the Santa Catalina area of Palma de Mallorca this week I decided to try a place I’ve passed so many times but never been into: Ziva To Go. It was the first raw food café on Mallorca and is located right opposite the area’s covered market – so freshness of the ingredients is never in question! Healthy food to eat in or to go It’s a place where you can eat in […]