04 Nov sustainable cafes in palma de mallorca
palma is a small city filled with bubbling fountains, secret gardens and winding spanish streets that open onto sun soaked plazas. being a tourist destination the city offers many culinary options but it can be a little more difficult to find affordable sustainably sourced food while on the road and without the time to seek them out ahead of time sometimes our values can be compromised. these cafes offer healthy environmentally conscious menus and unique, beautiful settings. I hope this list helps you find what you’re looking for and if you try out any of the recommendations please let me know how it goes as I’d love to add your feedback to the post.
la molienda was my first stop when I flew into palma and after a drowsy sunrise flight it was the perfect place to start the day.
stepping into the cozy corner cafe you are enveloped in a lovely atmosphere. wooden swivel chairs, fresh fruits, and vegetables cozy two-top tables, and mallorca art magazines. I tried an almond milk latte and vegan porridge topped with hazelnuts, chia and apples and dried fruit. reasonably priced, health-conscious and all locally sourced.
fresh local ingredients, ecologically sourced. allergy aware, 100% vegetarian also offering vegan and raw options. their lunch and dinner experiences feature creative daily menus and delicious plant-based desserts. vegan papas bravas, beetroot ravioli, mushroom carbonara and many more creative plates to inspire your home cooking. bon lloc is a must visit while in palma.
vegan and vegetarian menu. locally sourced, reasonably priced and very popular. colorful plates and a diverse menu, offering (all vegan) sushi, ceviche, dumplings and seasonal sesame ice cream. and it’s only €10.75 for the ‘menu del dia’ featuring a starter, main course and daily dessert.
temple natura café garden
escape the bustle of the city and enter a peaceful secret garden. enjoy the natural setting and vegetarian and plant-based menu. it’s worth going even for drinks, they offer fresh lemonade, smoothies, cocktails, coffees, and chai lattes. and the vegan passion fruit cheesecake sounds incredible.
vegan and raw
plant-based superfood filled menu. if you value health-conscious food as well as sustainability this is definitely a stop to check out in palma and even if you’re new to raw foods this restaurant is a great place for a first experience. and you can always stop in for brunch, fresh-pressed juices or blueberry cashew cheesecake.
rainforest alliance certified ™ confirming a responsible use of natural resources. knowledgable baristas and great coffee. the interior design adds perfectly to the mood. light scandinavian furnishings, minimalistic clean design, textured wood and warm hanging lights. the pastry case looked amazing, and all ingredients are sustainably sourced.