Where to enjoy a stylish breakfast in Palma de Mallorca

Purohotel Palma
20-06-2019
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Start the day off happy and in style

They say breakfast is one of the most important meals and, as such, we can only suggest enjoying it in the most stylish fashion too. In today’s post, we’ll be looking at where to go for breakfast in Palma de Mallorca to enjoy a delicious morning in the most unique environments. Want to tag along?

Can Joan de S’aigo

Firstly, we must talk about the emblematic Can Joan de S’aigo, a family-run café that has been serving the best Mallorcan gastronomy since the 1700s.

Currently, the business has two different establishments in the city, the first one and most popular being located in Calle Sanç, in Palma. Note that this famous café is also just a 10-minute walk away from Purohotel Palma. Furthermore, there’s also a second Can Joan de S’aigo locale, found in Baró de Santa Maria del Sepulcre street, which is even closer to the aforementioned urban hotel.

If you choose to have breakfast in this charming cafeteria in the centre of Palma, we suggest you try their famous spongy “Cuartos” along with a coffee, tea or one of their delicious, soft ice-creams. If you go for the latter option, do try the Mallorcan almond one, they’ve been using the same process and traditional recipe for over 300 years. So, it must be amazing, right? However, if you don’t feel like having an ice-cream in the morning, or you simply want to try out all the other Mallorcan delicacies instead (or with it), go for their ensaimadas, “cocas de patata” (soft potato buns) or the savoury “coca de trempó”. Without a doubt, if you want to indulge in the most traditional Mallorcan “wake-up ritual”, this is one of the best places to enjoy breakfast in Palma.

Mama Carmen’s

This popular spot, located in the neighbourhood of Santa Catalina, is much newer than the one before, and people are definitely loving it due to their super trendy eco-breakfasts and their incredible “mum-inspired” cuisine. As they put it themselves, they offer a delicious fusion experience that mixes healthy gastronomy with the best fresh produce from the island.

Within the breakfast menu, you’ll be able to find all sorts of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, as well as other house specialities. What’s even better, all their pastries are homemade and vegan.

Porridge or granola bowls with fresh fruit and toppings, sweet toasties with homemade almond cheese, turmeric hummus or crunchy avocado toasts are just some of the delicacies you can try during the morning right there in Palma.

There’s no doubt that if you’re looking to enjoy a stylish breakfast in Palma today, this is one of the top places (and it’s popularity is only growing). Oh! And it’s only a 10-minute walk away from Purohotel Palma, which is located right in the centre of the city’s old town.

Purohotel Palma

Lastly, we couldn’t not talk about the tasty breakfast in Purohotel Palma! That’s right, it’s not a cafeteria as such, but the stylish, boutique hotel does have an exclusive restaurant, Beatnik, where one can enjoy gourmet lunches and dinners, as well as the most daring brunches. And hey, if time is of the essence and you have already missed the early breakfast, who says you can’t indulge in the tasty treats created by Executive Chef León Altamirano for brunch? Succulent “Eggs Benny” or a fresh “Avocado and strawberry salad” with a fancy Negroni or even a Bloody Mary. Ah… it’s basically a dream, so if you have the chance, don’t even think about missing out. It has become one of the most popular plans amongst local residents in Palma.

But let’s go back to our beloved breakfasts since they’re also a marvellous food option here. To start the day off smoothly, with a stylish, gourmet breakfast right at the heart of the city, all you have to do is make your way to Purohotel Palma and live the experience. The varied Mediterranean, organic and healthy treats await you. The best part? Well, since the hotel is located in a privileged spot in La Lonja neighbourhood, you can run off to the best shops and art galleries once you’re done!

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