Food and Drinks
The Balearic Islands offers a variety of clear soups with noodles, fish or meat, and vegetable sauces.International tourists have been descending upon Majorca,Menorca and Ibiza for decades now. Tourists can discover a wide variety of worldwide dining options on the island, from Chinese to Indian, Italian to American, and all convenience options in between.It shares many dishes and ingredients with Catalonia and the Valencian Community. The local cuisine of the Balearics veers towards the exotic, as well as imaginatively presented and delicious. Seafood is a main ingredient, and paprika is used in meat-rich dishes including the famous pork pate, sobrasada. Local recipes include the unique Balearic extra-virgin olive oil, readily available outside the islands. A huge choice of fast foods and international cuisine is available, and the bars serve tapas. Street food stalls offer quick fillers such as pita-bread ‘mixto’ sandwiches. Most of the riotous nightclubs and late-opening bars offer food as well as alcohol.