Feb 2, 2024
Sweet Tooth: Discover Palma's Best Bakeries and Pastry Shops
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Sweet Tooth: Discover Palma's Best Bakeries and Pastry Shops
Feb 2, 2024
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View Mallorca Team
Sweet Tooth: Discover Palma's Best Bakeries and Pastry Shops
Feb 2, 2024
by
View Mallorca Team
Sweet Tooth: Discover Palma's Best Bakeries and Pastry Shops
Feb 2, 2024
- By
View Mallorca Team
Sweet Tooth: Discover Palma's Best Bakeries and Pastry Shops
Feb 2, 2024
- By
View Mallorca Team
Sweet Tooth: Discover Palma's Best Bakeries and Pastry Shops
Feb 2, 2024
- By
View Mallorca Team
Pastry covered in icing sugar, topped with strawberries
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hen it comes to satisfying your sweet tooth in Palma de Mallorca, you're in for a treat. This city boasts an impressive array of pastry shops, each offering a unique and delectable experience. From traditional Mallorcan bakeries to trendy Scandinavian-inspired cafes and elegant French patisseries, there's something for every palate.

This article highlights a selection of Palma’s most exciting pastry shops. Whether you're a local looking to explore new flavours or a traveller eager to savour the local delicacies, these establishments are sure to delight. Go discover the city’s sweet side. 

Fika Farina - A Sweet Swedish Escape

Nestled in the heart of Palma, Fika Farina offers a unique blend of Scandinavian and Mallorcan flavours. This charming and tiny storefront bakery, located in the bustling Plaza Major, feels like entering a cosy Scandinavian cottage. Fika Farina boasts an array of delectable pastries, including cinnamon buns and cardamom-infused rolls, as well as chocolate croissants and delicious fresh breads. Don't forget to pair your sweet indulgence with a cup of their aromatic coffee. It's the perfect place to escape and savour the best of both worlds.

Maison Le Grix - A Taste of France

For those who appreciate the artistry of French pastry, Maison Le Grix is a must-visit. Tucked away in a picturesque corner of Palma's historic centre, this elegant patisserie delights visitors with its impeccable creations. The owners come from a generations-long family of patissiers in Normandy, France and they have brought this expertise to Mallorca. From delicate macarons to rich éclairs, every bite at Maison Le Grix is a taste of France's culinary excellence. One of their most popular treats, the Palma Roll, comes in a variety of flavours – from biscuit to chocolate and is making some waves on Instagram. Join the fun. 

Puff pastry in a swirl, topped with cream
Cakes topped with swirled icing on a tray

Fornet de la Soca - Tradition Meets Innovation

Fornet de la Soca brings tradition and innovation to Palma's bakery scene. This family-owned establishment, located in a charming old town building, marries Mallorcan recipes with modern techniques. Their ensaimadas, the OG traditional Mallorcan pastry, are known for their flaky goodness. But don't stop there – Fornet de la Soca also offers savoury treats and gluten-free options, catering to a diverse array of tastes. Bakers can be seen in the back kitchen preparing the fresh empañada’s, tarts and cakes which come out regularly throughout the day. Don’t be surprised by a line, as this spot is always bustling. 

Narez & Cuart - The Art of Chocolate

Narez & Cuart is a bakery with a modern twist, infusing traditional Spanish flavours with contemporary flair. This boutique establishment crafts exquisite chocolates and pralines alongside tempting pastries. Their attention to detail and commitment to quality shine through in every bite. The shop’s contemporary design aesthetic includes the interiors and attractive packaging, and its large street-facing windows tempt any passersby. Whether you're looking for a gift or simply want to indulge your own cravings, Narez & Cuart is the place to be.

Lluis Perez Pastisser - Timeless Elegance

Lluis Perez Pastisser exudes timeless elegance. This pastry shop has been a Palma institution for generations, and its classic offerings continue to win hearts. The cream-filled 'ensaimadas' and 'coca de patata' are local favourites, and they're crafted with the utmost care. Stepping into Lluis Perez Pastisser is like stepping back in time, and each bite is a reminder of the enduring appeal of Palma's culinary heritage.

Palma de Mallorca's bakery and pastry scene is a delightful fusion of tradition, innovation, and international influences. Whether you're in the mood for a Scandinavian treat, a taste of France, or a local Mallorcan classic, the city's bakeries and pastry shops have you covered. So, indulge your sweet tooth and savour the flavours of this charming Mediterranean paradise. Palma's culinary treasures await your discovery!

People standing outside the Maison Le Grix store
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