Fresh fish, seafood, paella, terrace with church views

Marisquería Galicia

Next to the town’s church, Marisqueria Galicia is a second-generation family-owned restaurant since 1986. Tucked away in a street parallel to the port, we are a traditional Spanish seafood restaurant.

Our Mallorquín and Spanish customer base is like a badge of excellence for our Mediterranean and Atlantic seafood preparation.

Be forewarned: our restaurant is lively. Nevertheless, our staff always works hard to ensure you get the prompt attention you deserve.

Everyone praises our glass of house wine. Nevertheless, insiders know that an excellent authentic local meal must always be accompanied by a bottle of Rioja, Ribeiro, Albariño or Majorcan variety.

Meanwhile, take a peek at our fresh fish on display over ice to choose your portion. Our menu varies according to the season, catch-of-the-day at the wharf and the fresh products that we can acquire daily. We always offer paella and rice dishes and a grilled seafood platter.

We often have sea bass (bacalao) cured in sea salt, Cap Roig (a local delicacy), and John Dory fried with onion for fresh fish.

Because of our Galician heritage, we especially love to serve shellfish like razor shells, gooseneck barnacles (better wear a bib to protect your shirt!) and lobster.

Let us delight you with some extra special secret family recipes. We suggest that you call ahead of time to reserve our Menorcan lobster stew, fisherman-style rice or the seafood casserole called “zarzuela.”

Antonio Saavedra Carrascosa