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Best Places to Eat in Majorca

There are so many fine eateries in Majorca that it hardly seems fair to narrow them down. Nevertheless, by dividing the island up into four geographical zones, we've managed to come up with some of the very best.

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Cala d'Or (southeast)

Sometimes, only a pizza will hit the spot and there are few better places on the island to sample this tasty Italian treat than Il Peperone. This friendly, welcoming establishment prepares great pizza, of course, and the lasagne is well worth trying, too.

With its delightful marina location, S'Ancora is an ideal place to sample a menu that offers terrific local cuisine and Mediterranean fare.

For savoury snacks such as tapas, nachos and wraps, head to The Little Tavern, especially if you are looking to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere while you eat.

Palma (southwest)

Millo Cocina Mestiza brings the best of Colombian cuisine to the capital. Here you can try ceviche

If you yearn for some fabulous fast food, give La Nueva Burguesa a try. Burgers, baked potatoes, chilli con carne and the like are made while you wait, using only fresh local ingredients.

Max Garden offers a mouth-watering Mediterranean and international menu that includes club sandwiches, mixed tapas, honey-glazed chicken and filet mignon.

Alcúdia (northeast)

A friendly eatery housed within a delightful Middle Ages-era Majorcan building, Restaurant Celler Ca'n Pico features an extensive menu. For instance, this establishment's sopas Mallorquinas (Majorcan soup) is a delicious, hearty dish that is arguably the finest of its kind on the island.

For a seafood mixed grill, puntillas de calamar (grilled baby squid) or goats' cheese salad – and much more besides, visit Blue Sapphire.

If you fancy some appetising Nepalese cuisine, head to Himalaya Curry House. The service is fast and friendly and the food is to die for.

Port de Sóller (northwest)

The ultra-modern Espiritu Libre offers a modestly priced fusion of Mediterranean and Thai fare – and is run by a pair of Brits! It's a little off the beaten track but well worth checking out.

A great place to enjoy friendly banter, televised football and home-cooked delights, Bar Blue is a cosy tavern that will make you feel like you're at home.

Offering traditional Spanish dishes such as tapas and patatas bravas, Es Fanals also provides delightful views over Port de Sóller while you eat.

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