Thursday, January 20, 2022

The best restaurants in Ibiza

Ibiza offers many restaurants where you can try all kinds of cuisine, but why not try something typical? Here are some tips to help you in your choice!

La Dispensa

Of course, if you want to dine in the old town of Ibiza, the only restaurant you need to consider is La Dispensa. It is located in the most characteristic calle, and its environment is truly unique! The interior of the restaurant is very beautiful and is truly breathtaking, but you can also request a table outside. That calle is really our hit.

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La Bodega

One of the most famous places in Ibiza. Known for its delicious snacks and sangria, it is right under the grand staircase leading to the old city walls. This place is always full, best to book if possible!

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La Paloma

This restaurant has a truly magical atmosphere, knowing how excited you are as soon as you step into the garden! The dishes of the Italian / Mediterranean cuisine are excellent, with real musical taste buds. Start by ordering appetizers, such as hummus, cod croquettes and grilled aubergines with burratina, and then choose a fish dish … they are all delicious! (excellent and chewy also the pasta allo scoglio) If you are in Ibiza you have to book here at least for one night, we bet it will become your favorite place!

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Aubergine

In the hinterland of Ibiza, on the road that connects San Miquel to Santa Gertrudis, there is a small biological paradise, a real “farm at the table”, where dishes made exclusively with km0 products are served. An ideal place at any time of the day and evening, for a good and healthy meal and to relax in the shade of the magnificent pergola. The atmosphere is amazing thanks to the garden with attention to every detail and a really good shop with typical ceramics and objects … Truly a place not to be missed!

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Cafè Anita

A few meters from the Las Dalias hippie market (open every Wednesday and Saturday) is one of Ibiza’s coffee institutions. Cafe Anita is still famous today for the fact that the hippies on the island who don’t have an address come here to collect their mail … in fact, you’ll still see all the old mailboxes in order. Stop here for Pan y Tomate breakfast and café con leche.

Las Puertas del Cielo

Taverna literally “in the middle of nowhere”. To get there you will have to do a gathering in the countryside, but when you arrive here you will have a spectacular view … of a cliff overlooking the sea. The road isn’t easy so there aren’t many tourists here, it’s more of a local place. We had lunch there … and it was spectacular! From paella to octopus … to prices. Also for lunch it must be an enchanting place given its position towards the sunset.

 

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Can Domingo

If you lack Italian flavors and are in the mood for a romantic dinner, this is the perfect place. An atmosphere that inspires the sweet phrases and glances of lovers. This restaurant in the Sant Josep neighborhood offers meat and fish dishes, as well as vegan options on the menu.

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Sunset Ashram

Indeed, it is the perfect spot for the beach at any time, but it becomes truly irresistible at sunset! An informal place with those “good vibes” that only Ibiza can give. The aperitif here is spectacular, order some great sushi and enjoy the fantastic sunset over Cala Comte.

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Experimental

Just beyond Ibiza’s famous salt flats is a place everyone knows for sunset: Experimental. A meeting point for Ibiza lovers who populate the island from all over the world every summer. Book one of the sun loungers overlooking the sunset and enjoy the show with a perfect cocktail in hand.

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