For a slice of 'real' Mallorcan dining, head to the 'cellar' restaurants dotted all over the island, and, if you can manage a few spanish words, you'll be in for a real gastronomic experience.
A pocket of excellent eateries can be found in Arta in the North East, and a real find is Deia in the North West, where you can enjoy your meal with the stunning back drop of the Serra de Tramuntana.
Some spots such as Pollenca and Santanyi are easily accesible from bases like Port de Pollenca and the various Cals's on the east coast, and even Palma. Palma itself has a dazzling choice of restaurants and cafes, living up to it's cosmopolitan feel.
In the more well known resorts of Magaluf, Alcudia and Arenal their is a much more familiar feel, with a mix of english, german and italian food. However, there are also plenty of local eateries to be found
Whether you like to immerse yourself in the local cuisine, or pine for a taste of home on your holiday, you’ll find everything you need in Majorca. Here is just a small selection of restaurants to get your tastebuds going before you set off.