Coming soon… Misa Brasserie

February will see the opening of a brand new restaurant in Majorca.

Marc Fosh and his team opens Misa Braseria and Bar.

”We are pleased to announce the opening of our new restaurant in February. MISA will be a Mediterranean Brasserie with a Modern-Rustic feel. It will feature a Relaxed & vibrant cuisine and offer the city of Palma something totally new, taking informal dining to new heights with Marc Fosh’s renowned cooking set in contemporary, stylish surroundings.”

Cava Tasting at Es Porxo Restaurant

Es Porxo Restaurant located in Establiments, Palma de Mallorca has organised a great Cava Tasting evening for next Thursday 3rd of February.

The tasting will be a guided one and will feature Cavas by Duran. It will be led by the expert enologist from Son Vives Winery in Banyalbufar, Mallorca, Antonio Darder Alorda.

Following the tasting the restaurant is offering a special 3 course meal for 39 euros per person (inlcuding wine, dessert and coffee).

The wine during the meal will be wines by Son Vives wine estate.

We recommend you book your place in advance if you would like to attend.

Catavinos Wine Shop

Catavinos Wine Shop has recently changed venue and is now located within a much larger space in the Can Valeron Industrial Estate in Palma.

Catavinos is a multi-functional establishment dedicated to the world of wine. You can buy wines, source wines which are difficult to locate, attend wine tastings and cooking course and learn about the art of wine.

One of the Catavinos directors is Daniel Arias Perez, the reigning Balearic Sommelier Champion, who is available together with the rest of the knowledgeable team to advise you on your choice of wine.

Catavinos runs special activities every month, and you can check what’s on on the SkyBlue Mallorca website: Events at Catavinos.

New: Es Balco Restaurant

The latest restaurant we have added to the SkyBlue Mallorca Food & Wine Guide is Es Balco Restaurant in Palma de Mallorca.

Es Balco is run by Toni Bartel and Begoña Arguimbau, who worked together previously at the well known Malvasia Restaurant which was owned and run by Joan Olives; a renowned and respected personality within the food & wine industry here in Mallorca.

Joan Olives has now unfortunately passed away and his restaurant Malvasia duly closed. But he haa a profound influence on many people including Toni and Begoña, and they owe a lot of their recipes and cooking style to Joan.

Es Balco (which means balcony in Catalán) serves the traditional Balearic cuisine which Joan used to create so artfully at Malvasia.

Wasabi Franchises

Wasabi, the popular chain of Japanese restaurants (‘made in Mallorca’) are now offering a franchise option.

This is a great business opportunity for anyone interested in the restaurant industry.

Wasabi have been operating since 2004 and are now running four wasabi restaurants in Mallorca (including a take away shop).

The franchise is available across Spain and has already seen a Wasabi Restaurant open in Alicante.

More information: Wasabi Franchises

New Mallorcan cuisine: Can March Restaurant in Manacor

Can March Restaurant in Manacor was first founded in 1925. It has always been in the same family and is now run by brothers, Miquel and Tolo and is a busy and popular restaurant.

Miquel is in charge in the kitchen and Tolo is in charge of the service. It’s a winning combination.

Miquel recreates ancient Mallorcan classic dishes, producing food which is artistic, fresh and a pleasure to eat.

Can March offers a fantastic menu of the day for 12 euros which includes a starter, a main, a dessert and a drink.

Wine Courses and Tastings in Majorca

Millesimée Wine Shop in Palma de Mallorca is one of the wine shops profiled on SkyBlue Mallorca Food & Wine Guide. Millesimée is run by Marina Mut, a professional sommelier with a passion for sparkling wine, cava and champagne.

Marina organises regular wine tasting workshops and wine tastings for people with an active interest in the world of wine.

The events she has organised for January and February this year include a course dedicated to the Chardonnay grape variety and another to the ‘Tempranillo’ Spanish grape variety. Courses are run for a limited number of people and usually include tasting around five different wines.

Millesimée can also organise tastings and course for private groups. Please contact Marina for more information.

Peruvian Menu at Mood Beach

Mood Beach Restaurant in Portals, Mallorca often organises themed menus and tasting menus for their clients to enjoy. The menus take place in the evening and sometimes may coincide with musical entertainment. Mood is well known for its atmosphere and fun evenings.

On Saturday the 22nd of January, from 20:30 pm, come and taste some of the exciting flavours Peru has to offer.

This Peruvian menu is being described as a gastronomic journey through Peru, so promises to be quite authentic and is sure to be delicious.

The menu costs 25 euros per person and includes wine and water. Booking is essential.

Courses at Es Moli den Bou, Mallorca

Es Moli den Bou Restaurant in Sa Coma is home to the first native Mallorcan Chef to be awarded a Michelin Star, Tomeu Caldentey.

Tomeu Caldentey and his team always prepare a series of top quality course and wine tasting for those of you who would like to learn a little more about the world of food and wine. The courses are led by Tomeu Caldentey himself and his highly knowledgeable Sommelier Joan Amengual. You can find out more information about both these professionals on SkyBlue Mallorca.

The restaurant is closed for holidays in January so this year’s series of classes start in February and include a course about truffles, and a course about chocolate desserts which is sure to attract a lot of interest.

If you are interested in taking part in a course or wine tasting at Es Moli den Bou Restaurant, make sure you book your place in advance!

Wagyu Beef at Bruselas Restaurant

If  you are passionate about eating beef then you may already have heard of Wagyu beef. If not, then you only have to visit Bruselas Restaurant in the centre of Palma to be able to try some of the healthiest and best quality beef in the world.

Wagyu is a special breed of cattle that lives in the secluded countryside of Japan and is now being bred at selected farms where the cattle lives in clean natural surroundings, sleeps on biodegradable bedding and listens to music while it grazes open pastures.

The Wagyu has a naturally marbled meat and is high in healthy fatty acids, which means that not only does it taste fantastic, but it is also very healthy.

You can savour wagyu beef at Bruselas Restaurant in Palma, one of the most popular restaurants in the city when it comes to meat dishes.

Calle Fabrica, Santa Catalina


Here’s a shot we took recently of Calle Fabrica, Santa Catalina. The street is now fully pedestrianised, and of course has been duly decorated for the Festive Season with Christmas lights. We think the idea to make Calle Fabrica traffic-free is a great one and that the whole area will notice a boost thanks to the decision.

People love pedestrian only streets. They usually attract cafeterias and restaurants and a great ambience. People can stroll down the street and have time to look in shop windows and choose a great restaurant to eat at. Santa Catalina with its popular market and many restaurants is already a bustling area and projects like these give it a modern touch which will no doubt keep the area alive and kicking.

For a list of Restaurants in Santa Catalina see SkyBlue Mallorca Food & Wine Guide.

Menu of the day at Unbar d’Calvache Restaurant

From Monday to Friday at lunchtime; We recommend the fantastic Menu of the Day by Jordi Calvache in his new restaurant Unbar d’Calvache in the Poligono Can Valero. Three courses with drink included at only €9.50! And an executive menu at € 14!!

Video: Angel Wine Estate near Santa Maria, Mallorca

Angel Wine Estate, Mallorca