Food and drink
A taste of Mallorca
When it comes to food at Son Bunyola, think authentic Mallorcan dishes. With a focus on a farm-to-fork ethos, much of the produce served in the hotel's two restaurants is grown in the estate's gardens and orchards. All are paired with irresistible wines handpicked by our sommelier, many of them award-winning Mallorcan wines from nearby vineyards.
At the villas, a private chef is on hand to finesse bespoke menus, bringing together the finest of Mallorcan ingredients with our guests’ individual tastes. Delicious!
The hotel’s main restaurant, Sa Terrassa is named for its position directly in front of the finca’s striking façade.
By day, Sa Terassa serves up contemporary organic Mediterranean cuisine. Home-grown and local, seasonal produce feature, prepared using international techniques with a focus on taste, textures and colour.
(14 June - 15 September)
Lunch: 1pm – 4pm
Dinner: 7:30pm – 10.30pm
Open every day
(1 March - 13 June & 16 September - 24 November)
Lunch: 12.30pm – 3.30pm
Dinner: 7pm – 10pm
Open every day
(opening hours subject to change)
We recommend pre-booking to avoid disappointment.
Sa Tafona - Coming Soon
At Sa Tafona, housed within the historic olive press, tapas are a way of life and brings everyone together over delicious and flavourful small sharing plates.
The produce is sourced locally, and the menu reflects traditional Spanish dishes, served with a sense of fun and flair.
There’s a private dining room in Sa Terrassa for small groups. More intimate private dining for two in several locations around the hotel can also be arranged.
Keeping it local
The natural produce grown at the Son Bunyola estate gardens and orchards is celebrated throughout the hotel in innovative ways.
Ingredients include organic herbs and vegetables from the ever-expanding kitchen garden, citrus fruits from the orchards and olives, almonds and honey from the estate’s own beehives.
Vines have also been re-planted to grow the local grape variety and re-produce the estate’s own Malvasia wine from 2026 onwards, as it did to acclaim during the 19th century.