The 10 Best Brunches In Mallorca, Spain

Mallorca | © Franz59/Flickr
Mallorca | © Franz59/Flickr
Photo of Mary-Anne Farah
30 November 2016

Mallorca is a favorite for travelers looking to bask in the sunshine with the sea close by. Your days and nights will be packed with things to do during your stay in Mallorca, so stopping at brunch time will be absolutely essential. Here are the top ten places to stop and eat in Mallorca.

Los Faroles

Los Faroles opens just in time for brunch, the perfect time to visit. Their decor is warm and welcoming, with a fireplace giving the interior a pleasant glow. It is decorated with old vases, antique-looking barrels, and agricultural items. This gives the place a very relaxed and down-to-earth feel. Their meals are truly fabulous, and perfect for brunch time. Their goat cheese salad is light, but filling, and their squid comes highly recommended. Most importantly, their tapas have been described as the best in Mallorca.

Goats Cheese Salad | © Rooey202/Flickr

Marsim Bistrobarante

Be sure to visit Marsim Bistrobarante, where the best burgers in Mallorca are served fresh and hot. Their burger buns are the perfect combination of soft and crispy, with a top quality beef patty wedged between them. The food is from locally sourced, fresh ingredients of the highest quality. The selection of burgers is impressive and imaginative, so go with an open mind and try something new and exciting. You won’t regret it.

Burger | © Silver Diner/WikiCommons

Don Salvatore

A carb stop to give you energy for your exciting day in Mallorca, this pizza place will leave you full of the best ingredients, and you’ll be raring to go. The pizza at Don Salvatore has been described as the best pizza in Mallorca, and it is so tasty that you could eat it all day long. Locals love this place, where the dough is fresh and the toppings are bursting with flavor. The ham and mushroom is especially luscious.

Address and telephone number: C/ Joan Miro 44, 07015 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca,Spain, +34 971284489

Fresh pizza | © jeffreyw/WikiCommons

Café Botiga Es Pes de Sa Palla

Step away from the crowded streets and into this cute little café, where you will be thrilled with their brunch and lunch menu. There are a couple of things that make this café special; they go out of their way to hire people with disabilities and difficulties, and this level of kindness seems to permeate the staff’s work ethic. The service is exceptional and the staff are especially friendly. To top it off, their food is excellent, reasonably priced, and organically grown in their own gardens. Don’t miss out on this special café, and be sure to try their crispy potato skins.

Address and telephone number: Es Pes de sa Palla 3, 07002 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain, +34 971722505

Potato wedges | © Didriks/Flickr

Bon Vent

The food at Bon Vent has been described as rustic, local, tasty, and genuine. Their beautiful menu is paired with a wonderful beach view. The café has an open patio area, so that you can enjoy the afternoon sun while the staff serve up your meals. These meals are simply perfect; fresh, imaginative, and ideal for a light brunch. Their best dishes include their array of exciting salads and their unique sandwiches, which include a smoked turkey and basil baguette.

Majorca Beach | © Random_fotos/Flickr

Palma Café Gallery

The Palma café can be visited at any point during the day, but to make the most of it pop by at brunch time and order one of their fabulous burgers, topped with halloumi. Or, if burgers aren’t to your fancy, try a fresh and crisp salad. There is more than enough to choose from at the Palma café, where the ambiance is comfortable and relaxed, and the staff are friendly. Finish off the meal with one of their creamy desserts. This food will suit everyone, as it ranges from the simple hearty burger basics to posh pork loins atop baked pears.

Pork loin | © Randy OHC/Flickr

Café Coto

Cafe Coto’s tapas is ideal for the hungry tourist looking for brunch. Their selection of tapas dishes is vast, filling, and exciting. They do a wide variety of meals if tapas isn’t to your taste, and you will go away feeling full and ready for the day ahead, without being weighed down by a rich and overwhelming meal. The food is fresh and of the highest quality, leaving you feeling fresh and up for anything. Enjoy.

Address and telephone number: Plaza Drassana 12, Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain, +34 609 88 10 40

Prawns | © ProjectManhattan/WikiCommons

Café la Lonja

This café is located in a busy area, so it is the perfect place to mingle with the locals. Their sandwiches and salads are ideal for brunch time, really filling and packed full of tasty ingredients. Their outside terrace is quite large, so there is plenty of room for friends and family. They serve a brilliant tapas, and their dessert of chocolate, figs, and cream is very popular.

Address and telephone number: C/Llotja del Mar 2, Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain, +34 971-72-27-99

Tapas | © Elemaki/WikiCommons

Mojo Beach Café Bar

One of the best spots in Mallorca to stop for brunch. their bacon is crispy and perfectly curled and their eggs are cooked to absolute perfection. If you like the sound of this, try eggs benedict and bacon baguette. Your mouth will be watering the moment the aroma of this café hits you, and you will be craving just about everything on the menu. For those of you who like to start early, the mojitos come in a range of flavors and are very popular. If not, try one of their fresh and delightful smoothies.

Chili con carne | © cyclonebill/WikiCommons

Bianco Café and Bakery

The best baked goods in Mallorca, by far! Check out this place at brunch time if you fancy something sweet. They do a wonderful range of hot crepes, with your choice of sweet or savory fillings. Start off your meal with a freshly baked baguette, filled with smoky ham and cheese. If you’d prefer a light lunch, their salads are equally wonderful, and the tuna salad is especially popular.

Address and telephone number: Paseo Mallorca 32, 07012 Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain, +34 658 08 59 85

Crepes | © Juan Fernández/WikiCommons

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