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Top 10 restaurants in Ibiza

Top 10 Restaurants In Ibiza

Ibiza is famous for many reasons, but one of the most attractive things about the island is its diverse range of quality restaurants. Tantalise your tastebuds with our pick of the best.

Sa Capella
This converted church can be found on the outskirts of San Antonio, but is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the resort. The old chapel has been carefully restored to offer an elegant ambience, whilst keeping the original features, making it a unique setting for diners. The menu features a good range of locally sourced meat and fish, as well as homemade desserts to die for.

Babylon Beach
Babylon Beach sits on a cliff edge just outside of Santa Eulalia offering breathtaking views in a stylish and elegant setting. Enjoy bar food and excellent salads from the comfort of your sunlounger, or a more formal meal in the main restaurant which offers an extensive menu of meat and seafood dishes with daily specials. Babylon also has a well equipped children’s adventure playground, making it a perfect place for parents to relax whilst the children are happily entertained. 

Bambuddah Grove
Bambuddah Grove is an Ibiza institution and no visit to the island would be complete with a meal here. Run by a charismatic father and son team, the interior is hand crafted from Thai bamboo and dominated by a spectacular chandelier. The menu is pan Asian and offers traditional Thai dishes with a modern twist alongside an excellent sushi menu. Popular with the islands A list and visiting celebrities, Bambuddah is a real Ibiza dining experience. 

Las dos Lunas
On the road from San Antonio to Ibiza Town, surrounded by high protective stone walls, hides Las dos Lunas. With beautifully landscaped gardens covered in grape vines and bougainvillea, the restaurant is popular with those seeking a place to relax and enjoy the excellent food and wine. Italian cuisine is combined with Mediterranean style, with vegetables straight from their own gardens and freshly baked bread.

El Ayoun
The glamorous setting of El Ayoun in San Rafael has been a popular destination in Ibiza for over 15 years. The food has flavours of Morocco, the Orient and France, with a newly added sushi bar. The open air gardens are beautifully designed and the interior decadently comfortable.

Cas Pages
This traditional Ibicencan restaurant on the road from Santa Eulalia to San Carlos is a carnivore’s paradise. The menu hasn’t changed in years, and for good reason. All the meat is locally sourced and perfectly cooked to order. Favourite dishes include generously sized portions of lamb chops, solomillo (fillet steak) or a mixed grill, accompanied by a traditional salad of peppers and potato. Cas Pages do not take advance bookings, so it’s best to arrive early. They also only accept payment in cash so no credit cards here! 

La Paloma
Set in a beautiful lemon grove in the pretty town of San Lorenzo, La Paloma is an eternally popular destination for locals and holidaymakers alike. The menu is organic and simple, offering a wide selection of salads, an excellent house burger, and other Israeli inspired dishes, such as the ‘houmous cordero’, minced lamb with houmous served with freshly baked foccacia. The friendly service and picturesque setting are not to be missed. 

El Chiringuito
On the beach at Es Cavallet, indulge in some fine dining at the luxurious El Chiringuito. With its whitewashed stylish decor and sublime surroundings, the restaurant is renowned for its excellent food and wine list.  Another popular hotspot for the rich and famous, El Chiringuito is a must do for those who want to experience the glamorous side of Ibiza.  

Macao Cafe
The small town of Santa Gertrudis has a large number of restaurants, and one of the best is Macao cafe. Run by the formidable Luca, the restaurant offers an wide selection of Italian inspired dishes, from traditional antipasto dishes to mouth-watering pastas and pizzas. At night there is a supervised crèche area, making it ideal for those with young children. 

Finca Can Suldat
A hidden gem, this traditional finca style house has been converted into a quirky bar and restaurant. With an unusual yet delicious menu, based on traditional Swiss cuisine, you can enjoy cheese fondue or raclat by the roaring fire in the winter, or the famous house steak in the beautiful terrace garden in the summer months. Located on the road from Santa Eulalia to Es Canar, this is one of Ibiza’s best kept secrets, until now.. sssshhh!



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