Now, we all know the Spanish love a good feeding on their fiestas so let’s discuss some exciting foodie events going on around the island over the Easter break. Good news is, you don’t have to wait until Sunday to enjoy some special Easter menus. The five-star Hotel Hospes Maricel & Spa is putting on some delicious three-course tasting menus on Holy Thursday (€35) and Good Friday (€40). So you can enjoy a fine dining experience in one of the most elegant hotels on the island.
Easter Brunch is also big here on the island. Experience a little of Mallorca’s history whilst indulging at Son Julia Country House’s Easter Sunday Brunch. This extravaganza has gained quite a reputation for its amazing buffet spread and stunning location on the restaurant terrace. It’s €45 per adult and €25 per child (under 12 years old) to enjoy brunch at the 15th-century manor house on Easter Sunday. There’s even an Easter egg hunt to keep the little ones entertained.
If you want your brunch served with a sea view this Easter, why not try booking one of the beach clubs in Mallorca? Nikki Beach will be putting on one of their legendary Sunday brunches, where you can expect your Easter lunch served with first-class poolside entertainment.
In the beautiful Serra de Tramuntana mountains, Ca's Xorc is also offering a gourmet Easter lunch menu with four courses for only €59 (drinks not included). Delicacies include Lamb shoulder with ras el hanout, couscous, seasonal vegetables, tzatziki and thyme and honey sauce or Chocolate and almond sponge cake with white chocolate mousse and stracciatella ice cream, served with a side of jaw-dropping views.
Alternatively, an evening affair with Mallorca’s countryside might tempt you. Casa Font i Roig’s Menu de Semana Santa is a five-course feast featuring delicious Mediterranean cuisine for €58 (without drinks). Here you can enjoy a quiet moment away from Mallorca’s tourist hot spots in one of the most traditional villages on the island.