Mallorca | Port de Pollença Food & Drink Guide


Quite literally we ate and drank our way through our 10-day holiday in Port de Pollença. The small coastal town, located on the north of Mallorca is a little haven for holiday makers, ex-pats and locals and so the streets and famous Pine Walk are crammed with bars, cafés and restaurants.

There are way too many places to visit in just 10 days so guess we will just have to go back so we can add to this list!

Below we have listed our favourite places in and around Port de Pollença

*Restaurants*

No. 31- The owner is a friendly Scottish lady and the food reflects cuisine from Spain, Scotland and around the world. The flavour was bursting is the spring rolls and utterly delicious, other starters included clams, and black pudding. We went with steak all round and it was so tender. The best place we ate!

Can Punxó- Spanish eatery with amazing Paella located near the main square

Tierra De Fuegos - Situated in a bustling and lively street just behind the Southern Promenade, an Argentinian with great ribs and burgers

El Casinet- Spanish restaurant with great Paella located on the promenade with views across the bay

Himalaya- And because sometimes you just can't beat a good Indian curry, then make sure to try this Indian located on the promenade

*Cocktails*

No. 31- Lovely to have before or after your dinner, I had the best cocktail in my life here! Cannot recommend No.31 enough!

Tecun – Cosy bar with cool décor and amazing cocktails!

Illa D’Or- Gorgeous setting, amazing cocktails!

Cappuccino at Hotel Sis Pins- tranquil setting on the pier or watching the world go by at the front of the stunning hotel

Miramar Sea Lounge at Hotel Miramar- tranquil setting at the pier with water lapping up the beach

Sea.Bar.Is- along the southern promenade- very expensive but worth it for views and must try the Pina Colada

O’Haras – Irish bar that does happy hour and great sangria

*Drinks*

Capri- lovely and relaxing out on the pier, in the main bar or with views upstairs

Stay- out on the pier is this fancy/ casual mixed restaurant, during the day you can relax on the outside decking or have a fancy meal inside

Bonys- It is a Pollença institution- for better or for worse, the place is crazy and chaotic- thanks to Bony himself but there is no denying it is the busiest bar in town

Hotel Hoposa Bahia - located at the start of the Pine Walk is bar on the beach, great any time of the day but best at the end of a hot day on the beach

Mar Calma- this boutique hotel located between the main square and the promenade is a great place to pop into to try out their selection of gin. Be sure to try Gin Xoriguer from the nearby Balearic Island of Menorca

*Ice cream*

All the ice-cream cafes seem to have similar flavours, but they are definitely not normal flavours. Try between strawberry cheesecake, dolce de leche. or mint chocolate not with chips but lots of running chocolate sauce. There is lots of parlours dotted around but our favourites were...

Voss

Gran café 1919

Ca Les Monges

*Markets*

Pollença Town- Sunday Markets with fresh fruit, veg and olives

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