Mallorcan cuisine is all about fish, vegetables, garlic, olive oil and pork – the star meat product is sobrasada sausage, made out of pork meat. Order Arroz Brut, which is basically paella done Mallorcan style – rice with veggies and meat. Another traditional dish is Frit Mallorqui, consisting of offal and vegetables. It has lots of local variations. There are also soups, tapas and salads for you to try and enjoy. Their pastry is not to be missed also, such as the famous Ensaimada, a spiral-shaped pastry with pork lard. Again, lots of variations can be found across the area. Take a break between your sightseeing and order their light and fluffy Coca de Cuarto cake. It pairs up heavenly with a cup of coffee, hot chocolate or ice cream. Most local liqueurs are packed with herbs and can be either sweet or dry in taste. A famous traditional liquor is Palo, a mixture of sweet caramel and the bark of the Quina plant.If you prefer wine, you'll be happy to learn that their white and red wine is rich and elegant.
If you want to go clubbing or bar hopping, explore the La Llotja and Darsena de Ca'n Barbarà districts and Portixol suburb.