Puerto Pollensa is full of bars and restaurants, but the two main areas of interest are the places that line the front overlooking Pollensa bay, and those clustered around the main square next to the church. The latter is a particularly good option for families, since all the restaurants face on to a large pedestrianised area where kids can play, away from traffic and other distractions.
Standards and prices throughout the town are generally reasonable, but expect to pay a few more euros at seafront restaurants and hotels. Some of our favourite places in Puerto Pollensa include:
El Posito – Traditional Mallorcan restaurant in the centre of town specialising in fish dishes, but with a smattering of meat options as well. Reasonably priced, hearty food (a main course often enough) with friendly staff and mostly indoor seating
Casa Vila – Decent option for a simple pizza or pasta dish in Peurto Pollensa’s pretty main square
Casa Manolo – There are plenty of nice places for a drink in Pto Pollensa’s main square, but our choice is Manolo’s. Run by a Mallorcan family who have had quite a few bars in the town over the years, it attracts a good mix of locals, expats and tourists, with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. Perfect for a couple of late afternoon beers
Capri – Stunning, uninterrupted views over the bay of Pollensa, with a few tables down by the water from around 8:30am onwards. A lovely, tranquil setting for a morning coffee and croissant
Bellaverde – Light, inventive and delicious vegetarian and vegan food that makes the most of Mallorca’s excellent range of fruit and vegetables. Set in a very pretty courtyard a couple of streets up from the marina. Their mix platter starter makes a great light lunch for two people. Well-chosen wine list as well.