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The Best Pizzerias in Mallorca

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Updated: 26 February 2018
I mean, who doesn’t like pizza? On the index of popular foods, the tomato and cheese-slathered disk of dough has got to be up there at the top. But it’s because the mighty pizza is such a wonder, that it is particularly disappointing when you get a bad one. While Mallorca might not be best known for its pizza, thankfully you can still find plenty of outstanding pizzerias whipping up this favourite of dishes. Here’s a selection of the best.

Pizzería El 44

Pizzaria, Restaurant, Italian, $$$
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Award-winning pizza
Award-winning pizza | Courtesy of Pizzeria El 44

Pizzería El 44 is located in the centre of Colonia de Sant Jordi – the biggest beach resort on Mallorca’s southern coast. But don’t let that put you off, this modern pizza joint won the prize for the best pizza in 2017 with their ‘Dragonera’ – topped with buffalo mozzarella, fig confit, local honey, and Mallorcan sobrasada sausage. You can also count on homemade dough, Italian flour, and pizza baked in a stone oven. A must-visit if you’re in the area, but be sure to book ahead in high season.
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Il Tano

Pizzaria, Restaurant, Italian, none
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Il Tano, Palma
Il Tano, Palma | Courtesy of Il Tano

An Italian institution in the trendy Santa Catalina neigbourhood, Il Tano is certainly a favourite with the locals thanks to its cosy atmosphere and outrageously good pizza. The restaurant is housed in an old bakery, and pizzas are cooked in a wood-fired oven for that authentic crisp and flavour. It’s not the cheapest option, but quality is excellent and there’s always plenty of daily promotions on their delivery service.
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Restaurante Pizzeria Pino

Pizzaria, Restaurant, Italian, none
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Restaurante Pizzeria Pino, Santa Ponça
Restaurante Pizzeria Pino, Santa Ponça | Courtesy of Pizzeria Pino

The small, family-run Restaurante Pizzeria Pino has been a favourite in the lively holiday resort of Santa Ponsa for many years, due largely to its outstanding pizza. Cooked in a traditional log-fired oven with hand-made bases, you’ll struggle to find a better place to chomp down on a pizza on the west coast of the island. And at almost 30 options available, you won’t be stuck for one that pushes your pizza button (though the award-winning prawn and rocket is the standout).
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Restaurant Il Porticato

Pizzaria, Restaurant, Italian, $$$
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Restaurante Pizzeria Pino, Santa Ponça
Restaurante Pizzeria Pino, Santa Ponça | Courtesy of Pizzeria Pino

While it doesn’t look like much from the outside and borders on cheesy faux-Italian décor on the inside, their pizzas are hands down some of the finest in Palma. Authentically Italian, the pizza bases are thin and crispy with freshly made tomato sauce, and a respectable range of toppings. And despite its location in the heart of Old Town, this family-run business has one of the most reasonably priced menus you’ll find. It’s small, so it fills up quickly – book ahead, or just call up for a take away.
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Pizzería Dolç Dolç

Restaurant, Mediterranean, Italian, $$$
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Restaurante Pizzeria Pino, Santa Ponça
Restaurante Pizzeria Pino, Santa Ponça | Courtesy of Pizzeria Pino

Particularly popular with cyclists loading up on carbs, this unassuming little restaurant cooks up some of the finest pizzas in the centre of the island. Located in the small inland town of Petra, it’s tucked away just off the main square, though with a large seated terrace area in the plaza. Made with quality ingredients, pizzas are thin crust and delicious, with the eponymous Dolç Dolç pizza being the one to try.
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Café Murada

Restaurant, Italian, none
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Courtesy of Café Murada

The aptly named Café Murada (Wall Café) is one of only a couple eateries that enjoy a prime position set on Palma’s ancient city walls. Not only does this mean their terrace affords lovely sea and cathedral views, but inside the dining room is a moodily historic combination of exposed beams and stone arches. But it’s the excellent pizza that most people come for, cooked in a wood-fired oven with an impressive selection of toppings. An unlikely favourite is the Prawn Cocktail pizza – honestly it’s better than it sounds. Take-away option available.
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Sa Vinya

Pizzaria, Restaurant, Mediterranean, Spanish, Italian, none
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Set in the heart of the charming village of Es Capdellà, Sa Vinya is a friendly, buzzy and typically Spanish restaurant with a surprisingly outstanding pizza menu. It is also particularly family-friendly with a children’s playground and even a swimming pool to cool down in over the summer months. Pizzas are Italian-style, thin and crispy and cooked to perfection in log-fired pizza oven. There’s a whopping 28 to choose from, with the Na Magdalena (mozzarella, artichokes, ham, tuna, peppers, and mushrooms) standing out from the crowd.
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