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Where to eat and dine in Mallorca during the Forbes 10 event

The Forbes 10 event moves this time to Palma de Mallorca and here are some restaurants where you can have lunch and dinner during the event.

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Today and tomorrow -14th and 15th November- Palma de Mallorca will be the setting for a dinner and a Forbes Master Class in honour of the 10th anniversary of Forbes in Spain. The Balearic city thus joins Las Palmas de Gran Canarias, Badajoz and Malaga in hosting the celebration of the influential brand’s tenth anniversary in our country with the aim of calling for a global conversation, looking back with one eye on the present and looking forward to the future.

In order to discover new gastronomic spaces during the event, we present a selection of restaurants that dance between tradition and the avant-garde, both in the city centre and in the different villages that make up the island.


In the Santa Catalina area is Spot, from the Tragaluz group: a restaurant that evokes the spirit of the Côte d’Azur in the 1970s, where you can enjoy the fusion cuisine with Mediterranean and Japanese influences that identify it in dishes such as Japanese red tuna tacos or its crispy Peking-style duck with wafers, amidst a cosmopolitan atmosphere fused with the personality of the island.

¿Where? Plaça de la Verge del Miracle, 3.

Es 4 Vents

Es 4 Vents, opened in 1981, is recognised as a classic on the island of Mallorca. It has an extensive menu to satisfy all the tastes of its customers, including typical Mallorcan dishes such as paellas, meats grilled over holm oak wood, a variety of fresh fish of the day and a whole range of dishes prepared with fresh, natural products.

¿Dónde? Ctra. Manacor, km 21, 700 (Algaida).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.

Cal Dimoni

Cal Dimoni is a typical Mallorcan restaurant, specialising in torradas, which stands out for being one of the oldest restaurants in Mallorca, founded in 1957. It is Mallorcan tradition in its purest form.

¿Dónde? Crta de, Ctra. Manacor, km 21 (Algaida).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.

Ses Aspes

Ses Aspes Restaurant is a meeting point, located between Manacor and Porto Cristo, specialising in tapas, grill, wine cellar and much more. Ses Aspes was born from the belief that food should be something special, something to be shared, whose mantra is to remain faithful to the culture of eating (and drinking) well. 

A place designed to convey respect for the cuisine of a lifetime, simple, well-made and with a select local and seasonal product. Located on the premises of the current Molí d’Events, it offers good service, with a cuisine based on Mallorcan tradition, the quality of local and seasonal produce, but with some nods to other cuisines of the world.

¿Dónde? Carr. Manacor-Porto Cristo, 4 (Manacor).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.

El Vasco

This restaurant opened its doors in 2018, bringing the essence of the Basque land to the island. Its cuisine is a tribute to tradition, with simple and traditional recipes, highlighting the freshness and quality of our seasonal products, always carefully selected.

The wine list pays tribute to the peninsula, without forgetting the location in Mallorca. At La Vasca you will find the authentic flavours and passion for Basque cuisine, fused with the charm of Mallorca.

¿Where? Carrer de Bonaire, 19 (Bunyola).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.

Sa Tafona de Caimari

Their oil mill is located just at the entrance to the village of Caimari, among its thousand-year-old olive groves. Cati Mateu Mairata and her brother Guillem are in charge of the management of the current mill, which was inaugurated in 2002, with the most modern technology for the production of high quality virgin olive oils.

¿Where? Nostra Senyora de Lluc, km 6 (Caimari).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.


Contemporary Mediterranean cuisine restaurant, located in the heart of Palma de Mallorca. Here, renowned chef Maca de Castro offers a unique and sophisticated gastronomic experience, combining fresh, local flavours from the garden with modern culinary techniques based on her km 0 philosophy and respect for local produce.

¿Where? Plaça d’Espanya, 6 (Palma).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.

Diecisiete grados

Matured meats cooked over holm oak charcoal, along with a wide variety of wines are served in this emblematic restaurant located in the Santa Catalina neighbourhood. Its juicy meats matured and cooked over holm oak charcoal and its wide variety of national wines have made it a gastronomic reference point in the area since 2004.

¿Where? C. Fàbrica, 12 (Palma).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.

El Marino Portitxol

El Marino pays a sincere tribute to the life of the brave sailors, offering aromas and flavours that evoke the essence of our ancestors who set out to sea in search of sustenance. 

It recalls those days of fishing off the coast of Biscay, full of perseverance and connection with nature, in search of the rewards of the sea. It offers a profound tribute to seafarers through its culinary offer, prepared with fresh products, mainly from the sea. You will find wild fish and local products, paying homage to the beautiful island of Palma de Mallorca.

¿Where? Carrer de la Sirena, 1 (Palma).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.

La Pergola

La Pergola is a place with a relaxed family atmosphere and a terrace where you can enjoy a lively atmosphere while tasting its products such as pinchos, dishes of the day and outdoor rations.

¿Where? Avda. de Joan Miró, 8 (Palma).

By: Andoni Sarriegi.