‘Starred restaurants,

Every year, the Michelin Guide announces the restaurants awarded its stars, so highly prized in the world of gastronomy. We select this year’s winners in the Canaries and the Balearics. All the restaurants selected offer options that are affordable without compromising on creativity and quality.

Two Michelin-starred restaurant 2021 in the Canary Islands

M.B., Guía de Isora (Santa Cruz de Tenerife)

Martín Berasategui’s restaurant M.B. is located in the Abama Ritz-Carlton resort on the west coast of Tenerife. The kitchen is led by chef Erlantz Gorostiza.

One Michelin-starred restaurants 2021 in the Canary Islands

Poemas, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

The Padrón brothers gain a star for their Las Palmas restaurant and make it a pair with their existing restaurant in Costa Adeje.

La Aquarela, Mogán (Gran Canaria)

Chef Germán Ortega is in charge of the tasting menus at this restaurant located in the busiest tourist area on the island of Gran Canaria. Seasonal local products, meats, fish and shellfish.

Los Guayres, Mogán (Gran Canaria)

Alexis Álvarez focuses on reinterpreting the most traditional Canarian flavours in a sophisticated, innovative way: gofio, goat, cherne and sama fish.

Nub, Costa Adeje (Tenerife)

Andre Bernardi and Fernanda Fuentes-Cárdenas aim to build a bridge between local and international products. A personal quest that results in brilliant creative cooking in Costa Adeje.

El Rincón de Juan Carlos, Guía de Isora (Tenerife)

This season, the lobby at Royal Hideways Corales Resort will feature an extra attraction: El Rincón de Juan Carlos. As always, it will showcase the dynamiccuisine and fishing tradition that encompasses all the power of the Atlantic.

Abama Kabuki, Guía de Isora (Tenerife)

Ricardo Sanz presents his work in Tenerife’s Hotel Abama. Opened in 2010, the restaurant continues to be a landmark for lovers of Japanese food. The sensitively composed dishes are the most creative way to sample flavours from all the world’s seas.

Kazan, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Considered by many to be the best Japanese restaurant in the Canaries. Chef Alexander Tadashi Tagami offers traditional Japanese cuisine without neglecting western nuances. His sakés will further enhance the experience.

Two Michelin-starred restaurant 2021 in the Balearic Islands

Chef Álvaro Salazar’s restaurant Voro at Cap Vermell Gran Hotel (Canyamel)

This year brings the second star for the restaurant, the only one in the Baleares with this distinction. The cooking is exceptionally creative, adventurous and sophisticated; two menus of different lengths – Voro and Devoro – for immersion in the Mediterranean ambience.

One Michelin-starred restaurants 2021 in the Balearic Islands

DINS Santi Taura, Palma

Chef Santi Taura presents an authentic array of Mallorcan cooking, as only he knows how. A tasting menu interpreting the flavours of Mallorca’s traditional kitchens; grandmother’s recipes revamped in an ideal setting. Taura is at his most individual at the bar, presenting his dishes to diners.

Bens d’Avall, Sóller (Mallorca) (new)

Father and son Benet and Jaume Vicens bring us local cuisine in a privileged and beautiful setting. A terrace overlooking Mallorca’s north coast and food prepared the traditional way since 1971.

Es Tragón, Sant Antoni de Portmany (Ibiza)

Located in a farmhouse in Sant Antoni de Portmany, the cooking here is an explosion of traditional flavours with extraordinary touches and stunningcombinations. Álvaro Sanz Clavijo is responsible for this culinary excellence.

Andreu Genestra, Capdepera (Mallorca)

Andreu Genestra believes in local Mediterranean products and combinations of seasonal ingredients. The menu changes according to availability. We should also mention that he has been awarded a Michelin Green Star for his commitment to the environment.

Maca de Castro, Port d’Alcudia (Mallorca)

Maca de Castro is considered one of the landmarks of our country’s cuisine. Its Mallorcan and Mediterranean food with a delicious contemporary twist makes this restaurant in the Port of Alcudia a visit not to be missed.

Adrián Quetglas, Palma

Born in Buenos Aires, Adrián Quetglas trained in numerous kitchens around the world, placing him at the top of his game in cutting-edge, cosmopolitan international cuisine at the restaurant that bears his name.

Marc Fosh, Palma

At his restaurant in the historic centre of Palma, Marc Fosh showcases highly developed Mediterranean cooking, contrasted with ideas and products from his home country.

Es Fum, Palmanova (Mallorca)

Miguel Navarro delights every evening with a sophisticated menu of seasonal local products. His restaurant in the St Regis Mardevall resort has held a Michelin star for over 10 years; his dishes are the perfect way to enjoy highly creative Mediterranean food.

Zaranda, Es Princep Hotel (Palma)

This was the only restaurant to boast two Michelin stars. It closed following the pandemic and now, having recently opened in its new location, it receives its first star. Chef Fernando P. Arellano offers affordable food that’s innovative and exciting; this is undoubtedly a new start for this superb professional.

R: Johaness