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Places to Eat & Drink

There is no shortage of restaurants, cafés and bars at Palma Airport. Whether you have time to spare and are after a propper sit-down meal, fancy a drink and a snack or whether you just want to grab a quick bite, there is something for everyone.

Most places are open from 07:00-23:00, a few close at 22:00.

It is of course also possible to bring some food and snacks from home in your hand luggage. Remember however, that you are not allowed to carry liquids of more than 100 ml through security, so drinks will have to be purchased once you have passed security control.

Our guide below lists all the places to eat and drink that you will find in the different areas of the airport.

Arrivals – Public Zone

If you are hungry and exhausted from your flight and fancy some food, there are several options on the ground floor of the arrivals hall.

For a quick bite:

Deli & Cia – Food and drink ready to take away, a varied selection of international cuisine with a Mediterranean touch.

Lavazza Food Truck – Delicious coffee and a wide range of little treats for any time of the day.

If you have some time to spare before your onward journey or if you feel the need to relax after your flight:

Cafeteria Restaurante Sa Cala – This restaurant specialises in tapas and has an outside seating area.

Departures – Public Zone

If your stomach is rumbling and you have a bit of time to spare or if you want to spend a little bit of time with friends or relatives who are not travelling before it is time to say good-bye, there are several options in the public area of the departure zone.

For a quick bite or something to take away:

Costa Coffee (level 2, main terminal building) – Coffees, soft drinks and teas, accompanied by muffins, croissants, biscuits or cakes.

Espression Lavazza (level 2, main terminal building) – Delicious coffee and a wide range of little treats for any time of the day.

Son Sant Joan Café (level 4, main terminal building) – An exquisite selection of pastries, sandwiches, baguettes, coffee and other refreshments.

If you fancy a snack and a drink:

San Miguel (level 2, main terminal building) – In this bar on the check-in level you can enjoy a beer, soft drink or snack before checking-in or starting your journey.

Lizarrán (level 4, main terminal building) – A big variety of hot and cold pintxos (tapas), from the classic potato omelette to bull’s tail. Open sandwiches, filled rolls, toasties and desserts. A great selection of cold drinks, wines, beers and spirit.

Or for a propper sit-down meal:

Son Sant Joan Restaurant (level 4, main terminal building) – High quality Mediterranean cuisine including traditional dishes from Mallorca such as the trampó Mallorcan salad with tuna belly, seafood fritter and Mallorcan bass.

Departures – Passengers-Only Zone

The following bars and restaurants can be found after security control in the main terminal building.

For a quick bite or the fast-food fans amongst you:

Deli & Cia – Food and drink ready to take away, a varied selection of international cuisine with a Mediterranean touch.

Espression Lavazza – Delicious coffee and a wide range of little treats for any time of the day.

Burger King –  An old favourite for fast-food lovers.

Want to grab a snack and a drink?

Warsteiner – This airport bar specialises in international and Spanish beers in different sizes, as well as hot German sausage-filled rolls. Also on offer are other styles of filled rolls, snacks for sharing, salads, juices, coffees and desserts.

Departures – Module A

For a quick bite:

Ready to Eat (ground floor) – Refreshments, baked good and an ample selection of sandwiches.

Deli & Cia (level 1) – Food and drink ready to take away, a varied selection of international cuisine with a Mediterranean touch.

Burger King (level 1) –  For the fast-food lovers amongst you!

Subway (level 1) – Filled rolls freshly prepared to the customer’s liking with different types of freshly baked gourmet breads, salads, breakfasts and desserts with delicious cookies and muffins.

Fancy a drink and some food?

Carlsberg (level 1) – Beers and ciders from different places, in different sizes and formats as well as the typical pub grub and classic English breakfast.

Exploring the World (level 1) – Eatery where you can have a drink and snack before taking your flight.

Llevant VIP Lounge (ground floor) – If you have a bit of time to spare and want to escape the hustle and bustle of the airport, then why not enjoy a snack and a drink in this brand-new airport lounge?

Or would you prefer a restaurant?

Flavours of the World (level 1) – Multi-kitchen restaurant with three distinguishing concepts: “Pasta City” – Italian food, “Sushi More” – fresh Sushi and other Japanese specialities such as yakisoba and gyozas and lastly “Deep Blue” – high-quality fish & chips.

Departures – Module B

The choice in module B is currently limited and if you have some time to spare, you may wish to look around elsewhere before you proceed to your terminal.

Café Café (level 1) – A wide selection of pastries, sandwiches, baguettes, coffee and other refreshments.

Departures – Module C

All of the bars and restaurants in Module C are found on level 1.

If you’re after a quick bite or fast-food:

Farggi – Top quality ice cream, cakes and coffees, known as a high-end cafeteria and ice-cream parlour.

Ready to Eat – Refreshments, baked good and an ample selection of sandwiches.

Starbucks – Offers food and drink, specialising in a range of different style coffees, as well as muffins, organic yogurts, sandwiches, brioches, croissants, and much more.

Mc Donald’s – For the fast food lovers!

Upper Crust – Fresh baguettes with generous fillings from classic ham and cheese up to spicy barbecue chicken.

If you have time for a drink and a snack:

Beaudevin – French restaurant offering gourmet tapas and select wines.

Warsteiner – This airport bar specialises in international and Spanish beers in different sizes, as well as hot German sausage-filled rolls. Also on offer are other styles of filled rolls, snacks for sharing, salads, juices, coffees and desserts.

Mediterraneo Airport Lounge – Want to enjoy a snack and drink in a more relaxing environment? Then this is the place for you! Find out more or pre-book your lounge access here.

And for the propper restaurant experience:

Ribs – A unique menu of traditional American food with ribs, red meat and hamburgers prepared in charcoal grills, which are lit the day that they open and are never put out.

Departures – Module D

Places to eat and drink are found on level 1 of Module D.

If you don’t have much time:

Forn d’es Pont – Preparation and sale of 100% artisan Mallorcan products. Specialising in ensaïmada pastries and other regional products.

Ready to Eat – Refreshments, baked good and a wide selection of sandwiches.

Burger King – Catering for the fast-food lovers.

Time for a drink and a snack?

Exploring the World – Eatery where you can have a drink and snack before taking your flight.

Formentor Airport Lounge – If you prefer slightly less busy surroundings, then why not enjoy a drink and a snack in the peace and quiet of this relaxing airport lounge? Find out more or pre-book your lounge access here.

For a sit-down meal:

Es Rebost – Authentic Mallorcan food with a varied menu for every moment of the day, cooked with 100% handmade local products.

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Enjoy your meal!

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