Any coffee-lovers in the crowd? If you’re on team #goodcoffee, this is exactly what you need to make your day. We’ve prepared a list of cafés we absolutely love, where you can drink the best coffee in town and get a delicious avo-toast with eggs or a brownie to go with it. Ready to dive into the world of coffee in Palma? Keep reading!
Palma for coffee lovers: all you need to know
Here you are, in your fav’ city of the Med. Palma de Mallorca is a true gem: stunning architecture, a breath-taking setting by the sea, centuries of history, a lively art scene and, of course, first-class gastronomy. With this scenario in mind, you probably can guess that there’s plenty of cool spots to have a nice cup of black gold. That’s right!
If you’re looking for cute cafés to get breakfast, brunch or an evening, treat, this blog post is exactly what you needed. Come join us on a route through Palma’s best cafés!
Surry Hills – cute, little café in Palma’s city centre
‘Surry Hills’ is a place serving Australian Brunch & Specialty Coffee at C/ del Carme, 12, close to the famous street of ‘Ramblas’ in the city centre. Mistral actually prepared an exclusive blend for them to serve, making their coffee one of the best in town, for sure. They also serve a variety of toasts, sandwiches, salads and sweets such as French toasts and yoghurt bowls. It’s a ‘yes’ for us.
La Molienda – breakfast lovers, this is it!
We’ve mentioned them before. It seems to be one of our favourite places to have breakfast. And even though we could tell you great things about their delicious toasts, sandwiches, pastries and more, we’re all about coffee today and they certainly know what they’re doing. Their coffee is just ‘OMG, YES!’. They offer specialist coffees from small scale toasters mainly based in Spain. And if you’re more of a capuccino person, their milk is Menorcan and, of course, they have organic plant-based milks too!
Mistral Coffee Roasters – their name says it all!
The magicians of coffee. Well, we just made that up, but it would definitely suit them perfectly! ‘Mistral’ was the idea of two friends (Greg Schuler and Agata Mikulska) and their deep love for tasting coffee. So at ‘Mistral’ they’re all about flavour and giving us the ‘wow factor’ with their amazing coffee variety. ‘Mistral’ is a coffee shop & roastery, which is why you can try different types of coffee and even take home their product! Their newest café, at Plaza Weyler, is one of our favorite places to have breakfast at!
Rosevelvet Bakery – life is sweet!
Under the motto ‘sweet as hell’, Rosevelvet started with delicious cakes and quickly became the ‘it place’ for their famous rosevelvet cake. But there’s much more than just cake to this bakery. They bake their own bread and serve spectacular coffee and tea, in addition to all-day brunch: toasts, sandwiches, pastries and more. Recently they announced that they will close their café at Carrer de la MIssió, but they are remaining open just around the corner, at C/ Can Maçanet 1.
La Finca – coffee break o’clock!
‘La Finca’ sure is making a statement when it comes down to having a nice breakfast. At their lovely café it’s all about enjoying that little moment right there. They are coffee specialists and also have the best breakfasts to go with it! Make sure to stop by!
Riutort – a lovely café to become your fav’ spot!
Last, but not least, Riutort is the last one of our favourite spots in Palma. They describe themselves as a nice place in Palma’s centre for everyone who loves coffee. And that’s exactly right! Café and tea is their speciality, they even have a variety of San Agustín Cafés (from Leon), and they also sell it to take home as beans or ground coffee. We also love their toasts, quiches, cookies, sandwiches, salads… and practically everything they do!
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