HIP IBIZA RESTAURANT GUIDE
FINE DINING & EVENING HOTSPOTS
Open air dining with cabaret and a spectacular location in the exclusive Marina Botafoc - facing glittering lights of Ibiza Town. Don't miss this jewel from the people behind Pacha.
Maison La Vrai
A beautiful French menu is the centre pieces of this modern restaurant in the heat of Ibiza Old Town. Open at the end of the 2017 season and set to be one of the hotspots for anyone visiting in 2018.
Situated in the north of the island this unique gastronomic restaurant is the realisation of the owners passion for travel, food, music and authenticity. The organic ingredients are treated with love and respect to create imaginative dishes.
Walk into the Bambuddha complex and you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported to the Middle East. Beneath the reed and bamboo canopy that covers those dining the menu consists of a fusion of Thai Curries and Japanese specialities. Private and VIP parties can be arranged for an extra special evening.
La Paloma Ibiza
La Paloma is a truly unique and amazing restaurant offering a homely setting with home cooked organic produce to set the taste buds alight. La Paloma is also very competitively priced..
Grand Café Montesol
At the heart of the Ibiza sine 1933 the Grand Café Montesol has always been the place to be.
Cotton Club Cala Tarida
Stunning sunsets and a sophisticated, lovely setting - Cotton Club remains a fantastic addition to the restaurants on the south coast, well worth a visit.
If there is one tapas place on the island to visit, it is La Bodega.
Located below dalt Vila, this vibrant and high-paced restaurant is busy year around, serving delicious, authentic food.
Isakaya - SiR Joan Ibiza
The newly built, very cool hotel SiR Joan Ibiza is located next to the Marina and offers two restaurants with the centre piece being Izakaya Asian Kitchen and Bar, a Japanese- Peruvian fine dining restaurant which is unlike any other of on island. The menu features a wide range of meat along with fresh sushi and sashimi.
Very cool place with great food in a fun and buzzing atmosphere. the bar area has different secotions with lounge beds, chill out corners in Moroccan Bedoiun style. It is located between Ibiza Town and St Joseph.
FOR DAY TO DAY DINING
Blue Marlin Beach Club and Restaurant, Cala Jondal
Set back from the waves and yachts on Cala Jondal beach is the Blue Marlin Restaurant. This Ibiza restaurant serves a fusion of local Mediterranean dishes with spices from the Orient. A separate sushi menu is available and prepared to the highest of standards.
Tropicana Beach Club, Cala Jondal
Situated on the right hand side of Cala Jondal beach the Tropicana Beach Club Ibiza serves a combination of Mediterranean and international cuisine in a relaxed and family friendly environment.
El Chiringuito, Es Cavallet
Tucked away in a quiet bay El Chiringuito is separated from the sea by a small, secluded beach and is backed by woodland. Enjoy a mix of traditional seafood and Ibricencan cuisine on the terrace. If you have young children you will want to make full use of the crèche facilities at this Ibiza restaurant.
The Beachouse, Playa d'en Bossa
Located on the buzzing Playa d'en Bossa The Beachouse is the younger (and arguably cooler) brother to El Chiringuito. The rustic Italian menu offers fresh food in this beautiful setting and perfect for lunch, drinks or dinner.
Sunset Ashram, Cala Conta
Find Zen at the Sunset Ashram restaurant, Ibiza. During the day they serve fantastic burgers, salads & snacks in a relaxed setting, but visit at sunset and you can also enjoy the best sun-set views with a cocktail and sushi.
The Boat House, Cala St Vicente
Located in the beautiful Cala San Vincente in the North East of the island, The Boat House is a friendly, relaxed and cosy restaurant with hammocks, large aquarium and cocktail bar - plenty of fun for the whole family. We also love the Sunday lunches in the winter at the Boat House.
S'Illa des Bosc, Cala Conta
Famed for offering diners the best sea-views on the island, just above the stunning beach of Cala Conta, S'Illa des Bosc specialises in fresh seafood, paella and rice’s in true Mediterranean style.
Babylon Beach, St Eulalia
A very friendly and warm atmosphere is a given at Babylon Beach, located outside St Eulalia on the East coast. With a stunning backdrop of clear waters, this unique restaurant puts emphasis on home-made, organic food and fabulous cocktails. Very family friendly with playground & kids corner.
Cala Bassa Beach Club, Cala Bassa
CBBC has become one of the most famous beach restaurants on the island. With a relaxed vibe during spring and autumn, and a high-paced party vibe during high-season, this club has taken over the stunning Cala Bassa beach with a full on sun-bed service, sushi & gourmet restaurant as-well as several bars and DJs plying. There is something here for everyone.
El Bigotes, Cala Boix
This is a must for quirky foods-lovers, who want to visit a truly authentic Ibicenco fish restaurant. Serving one dish a day, which is most of the time a super tasty bouillabaisse with freshly caught fish, this "shack" turns in to a fun and very relaxed restaurant - where all guests eat together around one big table.
Deeva, Port des Torrent
Deeva is the new addition from the CbBC group, a smaller version of its sister beach bar on Cala Bassa. Deeva now offers the same vibe on this charming little beach, but in a more relaxed style. Open year around.