8 great wine bars and restaurants in Palma de Mallorca 2021
Fine dining, traditional tapas or just a small wine bar where you can drop in for a glass of wine or two? Palma has it all! Here is the guide to the best wine places in Palma, selected by Star Wine List's ambassador Gabriel Lucas Dimmock.
Phone: +34 645 59 13 93
Address: Plaça de l'Hospital, 2, Palma
In the center of Palma, near the church with the same name, young Swede Lukas Lundgren has created a small, casual and relaxed natural wine bar. La Sang has become a hub for winemakers and wine lovers on the island. The Lundgren family imports natural wines and La Sang also serves as a bottle shop if you’re in need of top natural wines. You will find a good selection of international and Spanish natural wines along the walls. Lukas and the team will treat you as a friend, and you can also taste some typical Mallorcan charcuterie.
Phone: +33 971 10 02 01
Address: Plaça d'Espanya, 6, Palma
Andana means "train platform" and is located just by the train station, near Plaza España. Top Mallorca chef Maca de Castro is in charge of the cuisine and it is a modern, nice place with very good food and reasonable prices. Andana has a nice selection of wines from Spain. You will find wines from small producers doing great Godellos, Mallorca local grapes like Gorgollasa, all served in a gentle and nice way.
Phone: +34 663 90 90 53
Address: Carrer de Guillem Massot, 45, Palma
Clandestí means secret, and you have to live this experience – which is very different from all other places in Palma. Chef Pau Navarro has worked at top restaurants around Spain and creates traditional dishes of humble neighbourhood cuisine in a modern special way, along with loud music! There is a huge selection of Champagne (Pau is very focused on Champagne), Sherry and natural wines, mostly from smaller producers. You have to go to the cellar to select them, or just go with the nice wine pairing. At Clandestí, you have to reserve a table; there are no walk-ins.
Phone: +34 656 73 82 14
Address: Plaça de Llorenç Villalonga, 4, Palma
In 2021 this new top restaurant at luxury hotel El Llorenç Parc de La Mar in Palma’s old town got its first Michelin star. Headed by the famous Mallorquin chef Santi Taura, DINS is a fine dining restaurant with some of the best food on the island – all sourced from local produce and products. The top chef himself can often be found behind the kitchen counter, so if you score a table there, you’re in for a treat and great stories. Local top sommelier Joan Arboix has created an interesting selection of local and international wines (such as Burgundy) and a great pairing to go with the menu. Joa...
Phone: +34 647 12 30 53
Address: Carrer de l'Argenteria, 14, Palma
A small wine shop and wine bar in the old town of Palma de Mallorca - focusing on natural wines, mostly from Mallorca and Spain. Nice casual place to have a first drink with small tapas. Also the place to go for vinyl records.
Phone: +34 971 71 82 74
Address: Carrer de Sant Jaume, 3, Palma
La Bodeguilla is a classic high-end restaurant and tapas bar in central Palma with typical dishes from all over Spain. The space is both classy and cozy, has a bar and a dining area over two levels. It is located just off Paseo del Borne and Jaime III. The wine list is large, and used to be even larger. You will find local, Spanish and international wines on the list, with nice selections by the glass.
Phone: +34 971 72 01 14
Address: Carrer de la Missió, 7, Palma
Marc Fosh is a Michelin-star fine dining restaurant in central Palma de Mallorca. As far as we know, Mr Fosh is the only English chef in Spain to hold a Michelin Star. The focus is on local ingredients, creatively worked and served in a beautiful setting. The wine list has an extensive selection of wines from Mallorca, the rest of Spain and other countries. (Editor’s note: Our ambassador Gabriel Lucas used to work here as a sommelier a few years ago, in fact that is how we met in the first place.)
Phone: +34 971 72 20 00
Address: Hotel Es Princep, Carrer de Bala Roja, 1, Palma
Zaranda used to be the only Michelin 2-star in Mallorca (although due to the moving to its new location it currently has none). Fernando Arellano comes from Madrid and is a very renowned chef. At the new location the focus is on two tasting menus. Zaranda has 24 covers and occupies a small place in the luxury Hotel Princep, just on the corner of Palma's old town towards the Parc del Mar. Don't forget to go up to the hotel's rooftop bar to enjoy the stunning view of the city and the bay. The wine selection is a mix of smaller natural producers and top names from Spain (for example, Vega Si...