10 out of 10 for gastronomy.
Majorca is characterized by its multiculturalism and by its ability to evolve with the times, virtues that have enabled it to develop a unique gastronomic offering, conquering the most discerning palates through flavours and experiences.
Simply Fosh. Set in a historic building, dating back to the 17th century, in the heart of Palma, we discovered the cuisine of Marc Fosh, a chef awarded with a Michelin star. The restaurant serves simple & creative dishes based on fresh, seasonal ingredients.
Es Fum. The chef, Rafael Sánchez, offers very Mediterranean culinary creations, and dedicates part of his menu to recipes using vegetables as the main ingredients. His restaurant Es Fum, is located in the residential area of Costa d’en Blanes (Calvia) and he has one Michelin star.
Zaranda. The Castell Son Claret (Son Claret Castle Hotel), in Es Capdellà, south-west of the Island, is credited with the renowned chef Fernando Pérez Arellano.
His cooking reflects the richness of the Balearic recipe book. Delicious cuisine with Majorcan and coastal influences.
Rocamar. It opened in 1979 and soon became one of the culinary emblems of Port d’Andratx. Seafood and fish are the main features in its carefully selected menu.
Andreu Genestra. With the aim of providing a unique gastronomic experience, chef Andreu Genestra offers, at his restaurant located in the Hotel Predí Son Jaume (Capdepera), amazing and balanced dishes, from the appetizers to the desserts.
Adrian Quetglas. Adrián Quetglas is the name of a chef trained in Majorca, Paris, Moscow & London and who offers a fusion of flavours in Palma suitable for the more adventurous palate. Brave recipes blending cultures and avant-garde techniques come together with surprising results.
Majorca is characterized by its multiculturalism and for its ability to evolve with the times, virtues that have enabled it to develop a unique gastronomic offering, conquering the most discerning palates through flavours and experiences.