A Guide to Majorca’s Michelin Star Restaurants

By Ricky
Last Updated: 2022-08-12

Surprising to some, but perhaps not to others, Majorca more than holds its own in terms of world-class dining. Whilst many people stick to the all inclusive resorts and the food they provide at fantastic value, for those who can afford to push the boat out Majorca is a culinary delight.

In fact, the Michelin Guide has awarded a grand total of ten its much-coveted stars – across nine restaurants – to the island. Here’s a run-down of some of our favourites from this list and we hope you’ll get to sample one or more of them on your next luxury holiday to Majorca.


Zaranda is one of those restaurants that ticks all the boxes. Located in the luxurious Finca Cortesin hotel, it boasts not only two Michelin stars but also a beautiful setting overlooking a golf course. The modish interior is the work of international design firm, Patricia Urquiola. As for the food, it’s a fusion of Majorcan and international flavours – think dishes like Iberian pork with foie gras or lobster with saffron risotto.

U Mayol

If you’re looking for something a little more traditional, then U Mayol in Llucmajor is the place for you. This family-run restaurant has been serving up Majorcan classics for over 40 years and was awarded a Michelin star in 2009. The no-frills dining room is the perfect setting in which to enjoy simple, yet perfectly executed dishes such as roast suckling pig or baked sea bream with potatoes.

Marc Fosh


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For those wanting to celebrate their Michelin-starred meal in style, there’s no better place than Marc Fosh in Palma. This is fine dining at its most glamorous, with an exquisite menu to match. The restaurant’s opulent setting – all high ceilings, chandeliers and antique furniture – makes it the perfect place for a special occasion.



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In the heart of Palma, hotel El Llorenç Parc de la Mar is home to DINS restaurant where local chef Santi Taura crafts traditional Majorcan recipes with modern twists. Weekday lunch tasting menus are well worth a try for their reimagined flavours – book early if you want space at this popular spot!


This restaurant, located in the resort of Canyamel has two tasting menus, one with 16 courses and another with 22. They are constantly rotated so as never to go stale, and incorporate seasonal ingredients including found only in Balearic Islands cooking – a distinct style created by Chef Álvaro Salazar for his unique molecular cuisine that draws inspiration from all over Spain.

So there you have it – a guide to some of the best Michelin-starred restaurants in Majorca. Whether you’re looking for traditional Majorcan cuisine or something a little more modern, there’s sure to be a restaurant that suits your taste. Bon appetit!