Located above Sol Den Serra beach in Santa Eulalia, with spectacular views, is the Amante Beach Club. The light and airy decor of the restaurant goes perfectly with the menu of modern Mediterranean food, with Spanish and Italian influences. The menu has such offerings as Spanish rice with lobster, gazpacho, monkfish in marinara sauce, and they even have a children's menu with items like mini hamburgers. Amante also serves up delicious specialty cocktails, making it a perfect place for a leisurely afternoon.
Come here for the best sunsets on the island. Join all the other youngsters on the magnificent terrace with a drink in hand listening to ambient and techno music chosen by the resident DJ. Café Mambo is a favorite gathering place for the first drink or two of the evening before heading off to the large nightclubs to dance the night away, and you can often pick up discount passes here to get into them. It's open all year - though summer is the best time to come - and the management record their own CDs for sale to the public, just like their nearby competitors, El Café del Mar.
The result of the painstaking dedication of Chef Prasuna, Restaurante la Paloma is a popular restaurant that serves traditional Italian dishes with a dash of modern influences. Enjoy the richness of the Solomillo consisting of salmon steak with hints of thyme. There is pasta as well as risotto to quell your appetite. One can also enjoy the Bio Plate which is altered for vegans. The menu is seasonal and the food is prepared using organic produce, much of which are handpicked from their vegetable garden.
Sublimotion is a unique gastronomical concept that offers a culinary journey which will be memorable. Put together by Paco Roncero who has been awarded two Michelin stars and three Repsol Suns, this restaurant provides an exclusive and intense experience and takes on only 12 guests per session. Using modern and advanced technology and music, diners are offered a personal experience that is sure to stimulate all their senses. The 20 course meal is filled with exquisite dishes in marvelous textures and also offers icebergs that diners can help themselves to along with delicious roses that can be eaten.
Nassau isn't just a place in the Bahamas; it's also a beach club just South of Ibiza in beautiful Platja d'en Bossa. The club boasts a variety of touristic pleasures for all tastes, including a child-safe beach, tasty cuisine, a boutique, a cocktail bar, and a sports lounge playing all the latest music. No less than one hundred lounge chairs are available for your use, scattered throughout the club and the beach. After you've spent the day lounging on the beach, you can enjoy the sunset over a candlelit dinner.
La Belle Ibiza is a classy restaurant that offers a stylish atmosphere to enjoy Mediterranean specialties that are cooked with a fusion of French and Spanish cuisines. The highlights of the menu include The Flavours Of The World Plate which contains wasabi, salmon tartare, wagyu, hummus and bread; as well as the Grouper Ceviche and the Fresh Sole Meuniere. The wines are carefully selected from Italian and Spanish labels. One can also enjoy strong cocktails prepared by talented mixologists. The restaurant also has a fashion store.
The pizzas here are delicious, and they also serve some unusual specialities, perhaps because the owners do not come from Italy, but from South America, the second home of pizzas. The menu of this affordable restaurant also includes a good selection of "chivitos" (a type of South American pita-bread style snack), for example the beef chivitos, a more sophisticated alternative to the hamburger. They have a home-delivery service. In spite of having a large seating area and quite a few tables outside, in summer it is often difficult to find a free seat. It is open all year round.
Located in the heart of Ibiza town, this Chinese restaurant serves delightful food from Canton and Shanghai. Make sure that you have a large appetite before you step in here as the menu is extensive and different specialties are available. A take away menu is also available.
This is, without doubt, one of the city's best restaurants. It opened in the 30s, although since then it has changed hands twice. The present owner, Joan, has managed to make the restaurant a must for tourists who want to have a taste of real Ibizan cooking. The walls are decorated with photos of the many famous people who have dined here. The menu has some of the island's most typical dishes, such as "sofrit pagès" - a dish consisting of fried potatoes, meat and sausage - or "bullit de peix" - a fish and potato stew. The rice dishes are also highly recommended, especially the black paella made with squid ink. The wine list is one of the few on Ibiza to include local wines.