All About The Food Here
Many of us visit Mallorca expecting to see nothing more than what the island is famous for deep blue water and its amazing white beaches. Once there, however, you get to see that it has so much more to offer than this. From the medieval walls to the clean authentic center, the place has so much more to offer. The food here is as authentic and fresh as you can expect it to be. So, let us take a look at some of the best food options you have there while you are enjoying the picturesque views of the city.
This place is a heaven for all the wine lovers. They do not usually export the wine they make, but when on the island, you can expect to be treated to the best rounded red wine and white which is as good as that found in California. The area between the Biniali and Bensalem is the best place to dig into some red wine tasting while you are in town.
Since the island is known for its flourishing fishing industry, your taste buds will be treated to some fresh seafood time after time. The locals grill and season their seafood in a way which gives it the perfect taste without taking away its freshness. Some of the local varieties that you must look into when there are:
Spain is known for cooking rice in many different ways and the things do not change when in Mallorca. Here you can find Arroz which is a rice dish similar to Paella and is cooked with different kinds of seafood varieties.Here you can find all the traditional and the new varieties being served in so many different ways all over the place that will surely have you hooked.
It is one of the finest cuisines to have in if you are an ameat lover.Sobrassada is a cured sausage meat dish made by using the traditional recipe which has been running in the family for centuries now.It uses the meat of the black pig and the island’s very own paprika.You can find the most authentic version at a local shop in Palma de Mallorca and its spicier version as well which is known as Picante.
We all have a bit of a sweet tooth and the island is the best place to satiate it.While you would certainly enjoy the juicy sorbets there, the sugar sprinkled freshly-baked pastry known as ensaimadas is something totally out of the world. The Palma de Mallorca makes some of the finest traditional desserts which are worth every single bite you take.
These are just some of the many specialties of the area you need to try out. If you know your way around, you can certainly find some great food, both in the local shops and the new gourmet restaurants. The food along with the locations will certainly make your trip something to live by for the rest of your life.