Deià is full of wonderful cafes, restaurants and bars to eat and drink. In summer the difficult part is deciding where to go – and to get a table in time.
Whether it’s a quick bocadillo washed down with a caña, a selection of Mallorquín tapas or lavish fine dining at a Michelin star restaurant, Deià has it all. Please read through our selected recommendations of eating and drinking in Deià.
Please note that business owners adapt their opening hours to suit the seasons, so a call ahead is always a good idea. Also in summer months, tables in most of the Deià restaurants should be reserved in advance due to high demand.
C/Archiduque Luis Salvador, 12, 07019 Deià
Open for lunch and dinner
+34 605 403 006
Mediterranean kitchen on the ground floor of Villa Rullan, run by Barna and Anahi who used to run The Village Café. Enjoy one of Barna’s exceptional Gin & Tonics on the large terrace while you take in the stunning mountain scenery, or try their gourmet version of the classic Spanish set lunch menu.
Café Miro at Son Moragues, La Residencia Hotel
Carrer dels Son Canals, s/n, 07019 Deià
Open daily 11am-1am
The relaxed Café Miro is a bar and bistro offering lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. It also serves an array of Mediterranean tapas. Sit on the flowery-scented, daisy-filled terrace overlooking the manicured hotel lawn and soak up the sunshine of Deià.
Carrer Felipe Bauzà, 1, 07019 Deià
(where The Village Café was previously)
+34 971 639 082
The village’s latest pamboleria. Her you can get classic tapas, pamboli and sandwiches. Safe bet.
Ca’s Patro March
Carrer Sa Cala, 16, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 91 37
Open 12.30-8pm, July/August 12.30-10.15pm
A popular seafood restaurant located at Deià’s famous Cala. Built into the rock is a stone terrace covered in rustic tables overlooking the crystal clear water of the beautiful Cala Deià. Enjoy fresh fish caught by local fisherman and a variety of tapas at this rustic hangout.
El Chiringuito Son Marroig
Predi Son Marroig. Carretera de Valldemossa, km 65,5. Deià
+34 971 63 63 41
A relaxed “chiringuito” bar located just a short drive out of Deià towards Valldemossa. This is a great place to sip your cava and watch the sun set over Sa Foradada. When the weather is warm, it gets very busy with live music and DJs. The bar closes soon after the sun goes down but the nearby Restaurante Na Foradada is open for lunch or dinner from 12.30-late.
El Olivo Restaurant, La Residencia Hotel
Carrer dels Son Canals, s/n, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 90 11
A reservations only fine dining restaurant set in a 16th century olive press with bamboo ceilings and large windows to take in the scenery. Serving Mediterranean cuisine, this spot offers a romantic and elegant setting. All ingredients are locally sourced. You can order catch of the day freshly caught by local fishermen and most vegetables are from the hotel’s own private huerto (allotments).
C/Archiduque Luis Salvador, 10, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 62 93
‘Es Punt’ or ‘the point’ is a great meeting place in the village; it is situated in front of the supermarket on the main road. Understated, modern décor and efficient service are its hallmarks. Fresh yoghurt and berries or tostadas with olive oil and tomatoes go down well for breakfast. A rounded menu offering main plates, tapas and salads, the pizzas are popular here. There is a veranda and a fine roof terrace both with blankets if you want to sit outside. Oh, and check out their desserts cabinet upon entering. Its contents are hard to resist!
Es Raco de Teix
Calle de Sa Vinya Vieja, 6, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 95 01
Open Tues-Sun 12-11pm
Deià’s Michelin-starred restaurant offers a unique dining experience in a beautiful setting overlooking the mountains. Family owned by Josef and Nori and with an impeccable waiter and sommelier reputation, this place has earned all its credits. A vegetarian set menu is available and beef carpaccio or rack of lamb come highly recommended.
C/Archiduque Luis Salvador, 11, 07179 Deià
+34 971 639 016
A traditional Mallorquin restaurant open all year round for lunch and dinner and serving a variety of local cuisine. Good value Mallorquin and Italian options. Frito Mallorquin, a traditional meat dish with potatoes, onions and red peppers, is a favourite here. It’s a good place to try local dishes – caracoles (snails), stuffed aubergines and pan con alioli. The atmosphere is intimate and the decor traditional. The service is good and the prices are reasonable. Large groups (up to 30) can be accommodated.
Calle Felipe Bauza, 1, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 60 74
This cosy restaurant offers traditional Mediterranean cuisine such as grilled meat, fish, salads and lamb. Enjoy dining al fresco on the terrace with mountain views.
C/Archiduque Luis Salvador, 22, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 63 43
One of the fairly new additions to Deià’s fine dining scene, this place is found on the main street. Welcoming and passionate are the staff and exotic and tempting is the menu with a strong Asian influence. The terrace is lit with paper lanterns and catches a light breeze but you can relax under soft blankets and easily while away an evening here. We can certainly recommend the chocolate volcano dessert.
Carrer de Felip Bauzà, 2, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 94 17
Open for dinner 7.30-11pm
An enchanting restaurant set in a 250-year-old restored stable. Just off the main strip, it offers mountain views and, at night, is a romantic candlelit haven. Sebastian Pasch’s style is Mediterranean and Asian fusion and menus change almost daily. Lamb and lobster ravioli are favourites. A family run business, his lovely Irish wife Patricia will greet you on arrival and the service is impeccable. A winning combination of Michelin class without the formalities, it’s a popular spot.
Calle es Clot, 20, 07179 Deià
+34 687 95 59 18
Open daily 9-1pm and evenings (closed Monday)
A delightful café, off the beaten track in The Clot, where you can escape the nearby hustle and bustle and enjoy a variety of teas, coffees, smoothies, sandwiches, sweet/savoury crepes and ice creams. Listen to live music in the evenings under the lemon trees; this café attracts musicians and performers with its open mic nights and jam sessions. Run by a local family who have one of the last working farms in the village, it is a slice of Deià that warms the heart and opens the mind.
C/Archiduque Luis Salvador, 5, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 63 93
Open every day 10am-late
For many years this has been Deià’s main social hub. A vibrant bar with a relaxed daytime atmosphere that turns distinctly wilder in the summertime evenings. Enjoy drink sand light snacks from noon and live music and DJs.
Sa Font Fresca
C/Archiduque Luis Salvador, 36, 07179 Deià
+34 971 639 441
Open 7am-10.30pm, closed Sundays
This is the first eatery you see when approaching Deià from Valldemossa. Its title means “healthy fresh spring” which is what the terrace is built above. A relaxed local café serving traditional Spanish fare all day, their ‘menu del dia’ is hearty and very good value for 3 courses with water and wine included. It’s a cheerful pit stop for locals and travellers alike and its raised position affords lovely views. The best homemade chips in the village can be found here.
Open in winter as well.
Carrer Viña Vieja, 07179 Deià
+34 971 639 500
Open Tues-Sun 1pm-11pm
Relax and take in the view of the Teix mountains in this restaurant’s “secret garden” surrounded by fruit trees. Sample locally sourced Spanish cuisine with a modern twist. Justin the head waiter has worked here for 11 years and is famous for his friendly service and cheerfulness so be sure to say ‘hello’.
Vina Vieja 1, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 64 50
An Italian restaurant with a large stone terrace from which you have incredible views of the mountains. The terrace wraps around the restaurant, and you can sit in the shade of olive trees under the watchful eye of a colourful zebra. Food is classic Italian – and Mediterranean – inspired. Enjoy thyme, ravioli, seafood risotto and almond cake.
C/Archiduque Luis Salvador, 19, 07179 Deià
+34 971 63 91 39
Open Tues-Sun 12.30-late
Adriana and Pedro, the self-confessed “rey de tapas” have been running Xellini for around 20 years. The building is 130 years old with a dynamic, postmodern decor. The tapaslist hosts a “market menu” which changes every couple of weeks. The dates wrapped in bacon, and the traditional “pastel de verduras”, a savoury cake, comes highly recommended. Here they are advocates for local produce and have their own branded Xellini wine, made with grapes from the peninsula. If you fancy some live music then jazz, soul and blues nights are held on Thursdays.
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