Ever since Laura Buadas founded the Balearic branch of the worldwide Slow Food movement, she’s been helping people on Mallorca eat healthily and fairly.
Food & Drinks
Mallorca offers a variety of stylish restaurants, delicious world cuisine and a well-developed local wine industry for foodies to enjoy. You just need to know where to go! By using Lifestyle by Helen Cummins as your reference point you’ll know the best places to eat, where to buy ecological products while gaining an appreciation for Mallorcan products and recipes.
The renowned gastro-botanical chef from El Invernadero in Madrid recently created two extraordinary dinners at the hotel, including this abcMallorca Chef’s Table event.
Take one interior designer, a florist, a unique setting and some delicious food and you have the ingredients for the perfect al fresco brunch this summer. abcMallorca went to Hotel Son Boronat to follow this recipe for a memorable meal . . .
Watching a barman prepare a mojito is an experience tinged with frustration: you can’t wait for your cocktail but he seems to take forever to make it. So why are we so willing to wait for this light and refreshing drink made from rum, mint, lime, water and ice?
Not necessarily the world’s best restaurants, these are simply my personal favourites of all those in which I’ve had the pleasure to try. So, if you find yourself in any of these cities, I am happy to recommend these to you. Bon appétit!
“He who aspires to be a hero, must drink brandy,” said the 18th century writer Dr Samuel Johnson. For those who aspire to be a brandy connoisseur, there’s a special club based here in Mallorca – as Soledad Bescós explains.
You too could be sitting down this summer to the delicious brunch including Cinnamon Rolls enjoyed at Son Boronat. Here is Johnnie Kobbelgaard’s easy-to-follow recipe . . .
You too could be sitting down this summer to a delicious brunch with pancakes and blueberries enjoyed at Son Boronat. Here is Johnnie Kobbelgaard’s easy-to-follow recipe . . .
A simple recipe for Chocolate Muffins from Hotel Son Boronat in Calvia, Mallorca. Here are Johnnie Kobbelgaard’s easy-to-follow steps . . .
Lamb is the traditional meat served for Easter Sunday lunch. Follow this traditional Mallorcan recipe and wow your guests.
A traditional Mallorcan Coca is great to serve at a party or a picnic. Here is the simple recipe. Check out how it works.
Gerhard Schwaiger of Michelin-star restaurant Tristán, in Puerto Portals, shares his recipes for three delicious dishes that are sure to impress your most discerning Christmas dinner guests.