delights from tapas and traditional Mallorcan restaurants to stylish modern
eateries that will entice your taste buds. You'll also find a quite a few
decent international restaurants like Chinese, Japanese, Indian and Thai.
The city of Palma can be divided into four distinct areas with respect to
food and drink -
- Sa Llotja with the highest concentration of bars and pubs.
- Centre includes traditional restaurants in the mazy streets of the old
town and around Placa Joan Carles I,
- Santa Catalina is host to the best of the new restaurants and
- Passeig Maritim with cafes, restaurants and few well known eateries along
the harbour side
Classic tapas bars like El Pilón and La Bóveda are located in Sa Llotja
district, whereas La Lubina along the harbour side is for fish lovers. C'an
Carlos is a good joint for trying traditional Mallorcan delights. For dining
in style, visit eateries like Aramis and El Refectori.
After dinner, there is no dearth of late night options in Palma. Locals and
visitors are found mingling with each other on the dance floors in clubs,
bars, and pubs till the wee hours of the morning…
Catch some jazz or flamenco at Café Barcelona. Abaco, an over the top kitsch
cocktail bar inside a 17th century aristocrat's house. Clan overlooking the
harbour as well as Spirits, new hangout on two levels with dance floor is
the place for late night dancing for smart crowds both, young and old.