Tips about this Place
Several hotels with restaurants in Majorca offer dishes based on the food tradition of Majorca which is rich and diverse featuring a wide range of refreshing and delicious dishes.
Majorca's cuisine has been influenced significantly by the Roman and African cuisines, however, the Spanish food culture is prominent as well.
The majority of the dishes in Majorca are based on pork, fish, and vegetables, while they also include a generous portion of garlic and olive oil.
Sobrasada is a local speciality that consists of cured sausages flavoured with paprika and spices. Other popular delicacies are suckling lamb, arroz brut, and pork in cabbage leaves.
The majority of the restaurants of Majorca are located in Palma, offering a wide diversity of dining out opportunities. Moreover, Algaida is the perfect place for a rural dining experience.
Articles about this Place
Enssaimada is a traditional Majorcan pastry that is actually a sweet spiral cake dusted with powdered sugar.
This popular delicacy dates back to the 17th century, and it's usually eating in the morning accompanied by coffee or hot chocolate. Some bakeries fill them with cream or chocolate.Read More
Taste the most delicious Seafood Paella in three of the best restaurants on Majorca
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Eat Ensaimada, the most delicious delicacy in Majorca!
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