Eat & Drink

Ibiza


Aiyanna Ibiza

This is our first port of call when we’re in need of a nourishing break.

Amante

When we dream of Ibiza, we picture ourselves at Amante.

Beachouse

Let the in-house DJ carry you through a morning yoga class, lunchtime lounging and then into evening cocktails. With an enviable position on the island’s

Can Berri Vell

LWhen we think of long, warm island nights, we can’t think of a more romantic setting than Can Berri Vell.

Can Domingo

Carb lovers get ready to indulge your cravings at what is (in our opinion) one of the best Italian restaurants in Ibiza.

Can Terra

This vibrant tapas bar is always busy – and with good reason! The food is delicious, the atmosphere is lively and the prices are reasonable.

Es Torrent

In a small, remote cove just 8km from Sant Josep, you will find one of Ibiza’s most famous seafood restaurants.

Es Tragon

No trip to Ibiza would be complete without a visit to the only Michelin-starred restaurant on the island.

Es Xarcu

Located on the south coast, between Es Torrent and Cala Jondal, the restaurant sits in a truly unspoiled part of the island.

Fish Shack

Just great food, served fresh, overlooking the water.

La Mesa Escondida

Located on the shores in Cala Carbó, La Mesa Escondida translates to the ‘hidden table’ of Ibiza.

La Paloma

The motto for La Paloma is ‘Mediterranean food served with love’ and this is precisely what they deliver.

Laylah

We recently heard Laylah being referred to as a ‘den of decadence’ and it’s a description the venue wears well.

Markus Chef’s Kitchen

Markus Chef’s Kitchen was one of the most eagerly anticipated openings of 2019 – and it didn’t disappoint.

Maymanta

Peruvian Chef Omar Malpartida opened Maymanta just last year, but it’s already become our first port of call when our taste-buds are craving spice.

Mimì Pizza Bistrot & Cocktails

One incredible Italian restaurant simply wasn’t enough – so Can Domingo opened a second on its terrace.

Patchwork Ibiza

We’ve searched the entire island and we’ve yet to find a view quite like the vista from Patchwork’s rooftop restaurant. It’s the perfect place to

Restaurante S’illa Des Bosc

Nothing beats an Ibizan sunset and there are few places we’d rather sit at twilight.

Sa Caleta

If you’re searching for a traditional Ibicenco feast, reserve your table at Restaurant Sa Caleta.

Sa Punta

If we had to describe Sa Punta in one word, it would be ‘atmospheric’.

Salvia

Book a table at this countryside retreat for an outdoor dining experience surrounded by thousand-year-old olive trees.

Ses Boques

If you’re seeking a night of authentic Ibicenco hospitality, we highly recommend a trip to Ses Boques.