Station 2: Port Adriano – Modern and stylish
Port Adriano is one of the most modern ports of the Mediterranean. Designed by star architect Philippe Starck, it harmoniously combines Mediterranean lifestyle with modern design. Many people want to buy an apartment or villa here. The harbour offers 500 berths for yachts between 6 m and 100 m as well as all services concerning yachting on a very high level. But that would not be enough for the discerning boat owners: More than 50 exclusive shops also attract an international audience – to shop, relax, see and be seen and of course with an excellent, varied culinary offer of exclusive restaurants. Now I would like to introduce you to the top restaurants of Port Adriano.
COAST BY EAST | Restaurant | Tel. +34 971 576 757
The Coast by East is our favourite restaurant in Port Adriano. The spacious covered and open terrace areas with a view of the super yachts and the sea, invite you to enjoy the day and the evening hours in the “Coast by East – Seafood, Grill & Bar”. Guests are welcomed by a friendly, attentive service in a delightful, familiar atmosphere. The kitchen concept is a Mediterranean-Asian fusion cuisine. Especially recommended is the Sushi & Sashimi selection, which is unrivalled on Mallorca. Fish and meat from the Robata grill are unique delicacies and delight the discerning palate with their creative taste components. There is also an excellent selection of Spanish and international wines. A small “Beachclub” with pool terrace and lounge area invites you to chill out all day long. Coast by East – the highlight in Port Adriano.
BRUNO | Restaurant | Tel. +34 971 232 498
Restaurant Bruno with Bar Bruno, named after the owner Bruno Elains, who was the manager of Flanigan in Puerto Portals for 11 years, offers its guests delicious dishes from the Mediterranean: fresh fish and shellfish are prepared using local products. Delicious appetizers such as lobster salad or tomato avocado tartare, prepare for the fantastic main courses with fish, shellfish and meat. There is also a good selection for vegetarians. The wine list offers an exquisite selection of wines from Mallorca and the Mainland. The outside chill out area invites you to enjoy an aperitif or coffee and pastries. In the adjacent Bruno Bar, you can have breakfast and also enjoy excellent cocktails and drinks during the balmy summer nights right through until the early hours of the morning.
MARISQUERIA EL FARO | Restaurant | Tel. +34 971 232 676
In the old part of the harbour, the cosy restaurant El Faro counts on its many regular guests as well as boat owners and tourists. With a beautiful view to the new buildings built in 2012, and the anchoring boats, El Faro especially lives up to its subtitle “Marisqueria”, as the menu offers, beside some meat dishes, mainly the delicacies of the sea. This starts with starters such as seafood salad, avocado with prawns and fish soup, shellfish dishes such as Menorcan-style lobster ragout, lobster and oysters, as well as fish specialities such as turbot, sea bass, monkfish and gilthead. Very popular in El Faro are also the various paellas. In the summer months El Faro also offers daily live music, including saxophonist Norbert Fimpel, who accompanied Joe Cocker on his world tours for many years.
VINO DEL MAR | Restaurant | Tel. +34 971 237 360
The chef of the Vino del Mar, the Italian restaurant in Port Adriano, is Margot Montiel Oropeza. She dedicates her culinary art to her mother and grandmother, who taught her their secrets. Italian cuisine reinterpreted – from delicious pasta dishes to traditional pizza. The passionate cook is particularly proud of her “Salmon al Chipi” in artichokes with pine nuts in an exotic trilogy of salad, avocado and papaya. Postres/Desserts, including the homemade cakes, are usually very popular with friends of the restaurant. By the way! Pasta, pizza and bread are gluten-free. The wine cellar is well stocked with exquisite wines from Spain, Italy, France and Germany as well as various types of champagne. On Sunday evenings there is live music. “Everything you do from the heart will be good,” Margot Montiel Oropeza says with conviction.