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One of the most commonly eaten foods in Menorca, cheese is everywhere you look on the island. It even has its own museum in Ferreries. So don’t miss Mahon; Menorca’s origin-protected paprika and oil-rubbed cow’s milk cheese with a buttery, sharp and salty flavour profile. It’s best eaten with just a drizzle of olive oil and paired with a delicious glass of Menorcan wine.
Another essential Menorca dining experience is caldereta de langosta, a lobster stew. Diners rave about the caldereta at Es Cranc Restaurant (Calle de las Escuelas, 31) in Fornells. And (unless you’re a veggie) no visit to Menorca would be complete without trying sobrassada, a slightly spicy sausage that is one of the most widespread cured meats in Menorca.
If you’ve got a desire for a sweet snack, meanwhile, try pastissets de Menorca; delicious biscuit-like pastries covered in powdered sugar.
Deciding where to eat in Menorca will be one of the many pleasures of your holiday, and one of the best places to hunt down superb seafood restaurants in Menorca is Mahon.
Passio Mediterrania (Port de Maó, 298) serves up dishes such as salt cod gratin and monkfish in an elegant waterfront setting. On the other side of the island in Ciutadella, Smoix (Avenida Jaume Conqueridor, 38) features a carefully curated menu comprising various meats as well as a fresh fish option that changes daily.
Fornells in the north is home to several highly regarded restaurants. Here, La Guapa (Carrer Major, 29) doles out generous portions of Spanish meat and seafood dishes, with good service and atmosphere aplenty.
Just down the road in Ses Salines is Ca Na Marga (Urb Ses Salines, 1); considered one of the best restaurants in Menorca. Carnivorous diners salivate over their wood-grilled beef, veal and rabbit.