The Balearic Islands have long been recognised for their gastronomy which has evolved over time, taking influences from varied cultures that have settled in the Mediterranean archipelago.
The low-key island of Menorca is home to various Denomination-of-Origin (PDO) products such as Mahón cheese, cured meats, hand-made liquors, pastries and wines. The island’s gastronomic identity has been crafted over time by local businesses, small farms and individual artisans who have supported the local economy and upheld tradition, while offering visitors innovative and immerse gastro-experiences. Many restaurants use many local products in their dishes and are usually happy to talk about their origins.
If you are a Foodie you really must make a visit to one of the many artisan food businesses that are on the island and try some of the delicious produce that is available.
We have put together this comprehensive guide to the many restaurants, places to eat and artisan food retailers on the island to visit. All this information has been gathered without a fee from the listed businesses. We give a brief description and link to their websites or social media pages, with an objective to provide a guide to help you. We have included Menorca Live reviews and recommendations which are written by our clients, close friends or our personal experiences.
If you have a favourite place you think we should know about please email us with the details to Menorca Live. We would love to hear from you.