Now 10 Michelin Stars for Mallorca

  • Two New Restaurants Awarded:
  • Adrián Quetglas in Palma & Argos in Puerto Pollensa

Mallorca continues to establish its reputation for gastronomy with a further two Michelin star restaurants to add to its growing collection.  The new restaurants featured in the latest Michelin Guide are Adrián Quetglas in Palma’s city centre.  Quetglas, who worked alongside established Michelin Star chef Marc Fosh, has spent the last 10 years in Russia principally working in a fine dining in Moscow.  He recently returned to Mallorca to establish his restaurant and promote his own take on international cuisine with a distinctly Mediterranean flavor.

The Argos restaurant in the popular seaside resort of Puerto Pollensa in the north of the island is headed up by chef, Álvaro Salazar, who has created a menu focused on the best of Mediterranean cuisine using fresh local produce.

There are now 10 Michelin stars in Mallorca in 9 restaurants:

Adrián Quetglas (Palma) 1 star  :

Andreu Genestra (Capdepera) 1 star:

Argos (Puerto Pollensa) 1 star:

Bou (Sa Coma) 1 star:

Es Fum (Costa d’en Blanes)  1 star:

Restaurante Jardin (Puerto Alcudia) 1 star:

Es Raco d’es Teix (Deia) 1 star:

Marc Fosh (previous called Simply Fosh) (Palma) 1 star:

Zaranda (Capdella) 2 stars:

The President of the Restaurants Association in Mallorca, Alfonso Robledo, commentating on the news said; “The young chefs are changing gastronomy on the island… “Mallorca now has the most Michelin stars per square metre, per resident in Spain”.


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December 2016