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Sky’s the limit: Palma de Mallorca’s 5 ultimate rooftop restaurants and bars

Palma de Mallorca’s 5 most spectacular rooftop restaurants and bars

As dusk descends over Palma de Mallorca, a symphony of light dances over the city, illuminating cobbled lanes and historic facades. High above the hustle, the city’s rooftop bars and restaurants bloom, their tables set for an unforgettable culinary journey. Bask in breathtaking panoramas, savour sophisticated cocktails, and indulge in exquisite cuisine, all while immersed in the vibrant pulse of the Balearic capital. This guide takes you on a voyage above Palma de Mallorca’s picturesque skyline, showcasing the city’s rooftop gems, each offering a unique blend of ambience, gastronomy, and unforgettable views. Brace yourself to ascend to the zenith of Palma de Mallorca’s dining and nightlife scene.

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Singular Rooftop Terrace

At Singular Rooftop Terrace, atop the Sant Francesc Hotel Singular, the culinary experience is as striking as the views. For dining, the deconstructed seafood paella is an absolute must-try. This dish, renowned for its exquisite flavours and presentation, showcases the finest local seafood, paired with saffron-infused rice. To drink, the bespoke cocktails crafted at the terrace bar stand out. The ‘Mediterranean Sunset’, a signature cocktail, encapsulates the essence of Palma. It’s a refreshing blend of local gin, infused with aromatic herbs from the Mallorcan countryside, citrus from the island’s groves and a touch of sparkling wine, creating a drink that’s as memorable as the sunset views over the Cathedral and the sea.

Singular Rooftop Terrace
Sant Francesc Hotel Singular
Plaça de Sant Francesc, 5
Palma
Mallorca
Spain

Photography courtesy of Sant Francesc Hotel Singular

De Tokio a Lima Palma Mallorca Balearic Islands Spain restaurant review

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De Tokio a Lima

Within the luxurious confines of the Can Alomar boutique hotel, De Tokio a Lima presents an eclectic culinary voyage that bridges the gap between the delicate artistry of Japanese cuisine and the bold flavours of Peruvian fare. The restaurant, elegant and refined, offers views of the illustrious Paseo del Borne. Highlighting the menu is the Nikkei ceviche, a dish where the zest of leche de tigre meets the subtle sophistication of Japanese seasonings, cradling the freshest seafood available in Palma. As for libations, the ‘Andean Sunrise’ stands out. Crafted with the finest Pisco, it’s balanced with the tang of yuzu and a hint of chilli heat, offering a beverage that’s as daring and harmonious as the dishes it accompanies.

De Tokio a Lima
Can Alomar
Carrer de Sant Feliu, 1
Palma
Mallorca
Spain

Photography courtesy of Can Alomar

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Cuit

Cuit, perched atop Nakar Hotel in Palma, offers a contemporary dining experience with sweeping views of the city skyline. The restaurant’s sleek, minimalist design, with floor-to-ceiling windows, ensures the panoramic vistas of the city are the star of the show. Under the guidance of celebrated chef Miquel Calent, Cuit presents a menu that reimagines Mallorcan cuisine with a modern twist. The signature dish, slow-cooked lamb shoulder with local herbs, epitomises the chef’s commitment to local produce. The bar complements the culinary experience with artisanal cocktails that showcase local spirits and flavours.

Cuit
Nakar Hotel
Av. de Jaume III, 21
Palma
Mallorca
Spain

Photography courtesy of Nakar Hotel

Katagi Blau Palma Mallorca Balearic Island Spain restaurant review
Katagi Blau Palma Mallorca Balearic Island Spain restaurant review

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Katagi Blau

Diving into a culinary exploration at Katagi Blau begins with the dragon roll – a masterpiece of sushi artistry that tantalises the taste buds with its intricate blend of flavours and textures. This signature dish sets the tone for an extraordinary dining experience in the sky. Situated on the rooftop of the Llaut Palace Hotel, Katagi Blau is a treasure trove of Asian gastronomy, offering guests a fusion of tastes against the stunning backdrop of the Mediterranean. The decor is a sophisticated homage to Eastern elegance, creating an immersive atmosphere that enhances the innovative menu curated by Executive Chef Gunnar Blischke. Complemented by a curated selection of Asian-inspired cocktails, Katagi Blau is the spot for great Asian food.

Katagi Blau
Llaut Palace Hotel
Av. d'Amèrica, 2
Palma
Mallorca
Spain

Photography courtesy of Katagi Blau
Rooftop El Llorenç Palma Mallorca Balearic Islands Spain restaurant review

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Rooftop El Llorenç

Tucked away in the heart of Palma de Mallorca, Rooftop El Llorenç within the El Llorenç Parc de la Mar hotel presents a dining spectacle that starts with a standout dish: seabass ceviche – a zesty celebration of local seafood that captivates with its freshness. This rooftop oasis is all about the views that stretch over the city to the azure Mediterranean. Here, culinary creativity takes centre stage, with a menu that reinvents traditional flavours under the guidance of its visionary chef. The bar complements this with cocktails that draw from the island’s rich palette of tastes.

Rooftop El Llorenç
El Llorenç Parc de la Mar
Plaça de Llorenç Villalonga, 4
Palma
Mallorca
Spain

Photography courtesy of El Llorenç Parc de la Mar

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