El Pesquero has everything: a privileged location next to the sea in Palma’s harbour, with a lovely terrace; superb views – and equally good food.
AddressMuelle de la Lonja, s/n,
07012, Palma +34 971 715 220
About Restaurant Pesquero
For more than half a century, this restaurant has been a popular spot among local residents and tourists on the island.
The location of Pesquero Restaurant makes it a special place, as even today, fishermen continue to moor their boats in front of the restaurant. Its proximity to La Lonja, the sight of masts on the horizon and mountains of fishing nets on the pier invite guests to enjoy the best freshly caught fish and seafood available.
Pesquero Restaurant also has incredible views of Bellver Castle and Es Baluard, located within walking distance of the Cathedral and old town.
In recent years, the management has given the restaurant a more contemporary look, without losing its maritime essence. The spectacular and versatile terrace that borders the sea is open in summer and covered during winter days, so that clients can enjoy the sea breeze at any time of the year.
With its kitchen open uninterruptedly from 9am until 11pm, 365 days of the year, this is a great place to start the day with a wide breakfast selection, enjoy an à la carte lunch, or choose from one of the menus of the week. It is also the perfect location to relax with a drink after work, and at nightfall, the restaurant achieves a wonderfully cosy atmosphere, making it ideal for a romantic dinner by the sea.
Specialty dishes include salted fish, tuna tartar, paella, lobster, and lobster stew, while the kitchen also offers a superb selection of tapas and grilled meats.
Pesquero Restaurant has maintained a good reputation since its founding many years ago, and continues to work to meet the expectations of today’s increasingly demanding customers. In recent years, management has focused on the quality of service and cuisine, joining the trend of promoting traditional Mallorcan cuisine and recovering dishes that in many cases were forgotten.