Over the last two decades Mallorca has accomplished a culinary transformation. A complete overhaul from the tourist fare of old to one of the world’s most appetising destinations and not just for its World Heritage landscapes, pristine beaches, local culture and world class luxury hotels but also for it’s outstanding food scene.
A wave has been building of Mallorquin restaurants showcasing locally-sourced ingredients of fish, lamb and pork, fruits and vegetables, nuts, oils, local wines and with the island’s rich historical food culture, it is now producing outstanding cuisine recognised by the gastronomy´bible ` the Michelin Guide.
In the annual Michelin star awards which take place each November, Mallorca was awarded 9 Michelin stars and 2 Bib Gourmand.
In recent years our appreciation of good food has experienced a sea change. We’re now immersed in tv challenges from Master chefs to best bakers and our understanding is so much
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