out in Mallorca is, on the whole, an inexpensive and enjoyable
experience with hundreds of restaurants to choose from. These
range from the usual fast food outlets in the big tourist
resorts, to all manner of international cuisine including
Japanese Sushi, Mexican, Indian, Thai, French and Chinese.
Genuine Balearic food also deserves a mention and there are
numerous tapas bars and restaurants serving the local sopas
mallorquines (a hearty broth containing port and vegetables),
Asados de lechona (roast suckling pig) or lomo con col (pork
with cabbage) to name but a few. Other Spanish dishes including
paella and gazpacho are also widely available.
of bars and cafes can be found on Mallorca, many of which
stay open throughout the day and night. These normally serve
all types of drink from beverages to beer, wine and spirits.
Many also provide various snacks and pastries, including Ensaimadas
a traditional Mallorquin lard-based pastry filled with cream.