Restaurants in Deia

Deia

The 'gastronomic capital of the Mediterranean' raves Andrew Lloyd Webber, Michael Winner claims it is 'fantastic, beautiful beyond belief, not overdeveloped, mountains tower above it and the food is stupendous', made famous by the poet Robert Graves and now the mountain lair of A-List Celebs, Deia is an enchanting village on Mallorca's North West coast, a precious jewel in the Mediterranean, one of those places that the visitor will never forget, the colours, the scents, the sights, the sounds and above all, the restaurants.

Deia is beautiful at all times of the year. Approached by mountain road with spectacular views, high in the Tramuntana mountains, Deia is a foodie paradise.

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Es Raco d'Es Teix

Es Raco d'Es Teix

Sa Vinya Vella 6 • Show on map Modern Mediterranean
€ 60 avg

The mountain lair of the rich and famous is what you could say about Deiŕ, a small coastal village on the northern ridge of Mallorca, originally known for its literary and musical...

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El Olivo

El Olivo

Calle Son Canals • Show on map
Mediterranean

Superlatives come easily when talking about this instantly alluring and enchanting refurbished 16th century olive press set in 'the most romantic setting in Mallorca'...

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Sebastian Restaurant

Sebastian Restaurant

C/ Felipe Bauza s/n • Show on map Mediterranean
€ 50 avg

Restaurante Sebastián at Deia is set within a former stable, over 250 years old and skilfully restored to retain the original stone walls and traditional Mallorca benches...

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Restaurante Sa Pedrissa

Restaurante Sa Pedrissa

Carretera de Valldemossa • Show on map Italian
€ 45 avg

An elegant seductress on the edge of Deia, Sa Pedrissa woos her customers with spectacular views of the mountains and the Mediterranean from the terrace while inside, the cosy r...

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The Village Cafe

The Village Cafe

Calle Felipe Bauza 1 • Show on map Mediterranean
€ 20 avg

The Village Cafe is set in the small coastal village of Deia, nestling amongst the olive and orange groves with the stunning backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains...

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Ca'n Quet

Ca'n Quet

Hotel Es Moli • Show on map Mediterranean
€ 40 avg

Ca'n Quet is the fine dining restaurant at the Hotel Es Moli, a 17th century manor house that was converted into 4-star accommodation in 1965, it has recently re-opened to the d...

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