I have visited Ibiza 4 times already and fell in love with it. One of the best things of this island is the amazing restaurants. This is my top 10 with my absolute favorite, not to miss, restaurants!
1. La Paloma
One of the most romantic restaurants on the island. Located in St. Llorenç, with a beautiful garden & tasty organic dishes. This place is run by a family and it is like you’re invited into their home. I always visit La Paloma when I’m in Ibiza!
2. Bambuddha Grove
See and be seen, that’s what it’s all about here. You enjoy your dinner amongst the Buddha statues, Kamasutra art & models. There is an extensive menu that offers dishes like Thai curries, sushi and the cocktails are dangerously good…
You’ll linger for a long time on a daybed here, while you enjoy a healthy juice, a salad, fingerfood & a cocktail. Once a month you can book a table for a ‘full moon dinner’, when you can see the moon set from the ocean. Located in a hidden cove: Sol D’en Serra.
Click HERE for my post about Amante.
This is my favorite spot for a lazy lunch. Fish is this restaurant’s speciality. Order the marinated mussels, the sashimi & the best Cava Sangria this island has to offer, while gazing over the blue ocean…or while you spy on the neighbours at the Blue Marlin. Must Visit.
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5. Las Dalias, Night Market
From June – Sept. on mondays & in Juli – Aug. also on tuesdays.
There are quite a few hippiemarkets on Ibiza, but Las Dalias, near Sant Carles, is my favorite. The vibe is laid back and a bit more authentic than at the other markets I visited. There is live music and you can enjoy a good meal at the restaurant. This is where I ate a chocolat mousse with sea salt long before Tony Chocolonely came up with that horrible (too good!) Caramel Sea Salt edition.
6. La Brasa
An oasis right in the heart of Ibiza Town. This restaurant has a beautifully lit courtyard, so romantic! Try the paella! This is what it should taste like and how it was once created.
7. Sunset Ashram
Without a doubt, one of the best spots on the island to watch the sunset, near Cala Comte. The dishes look like small works of art. I enjoyed a delicious salad with fresh figs and edible flowers. In the front of the restaurant there are two low tables, where you can sit on pillows on the ground and eat with a group of friends. Bohemian vibe, great food.
8. Sa Punta & Patchwork
This restaurant is a bit more exclusive, but not so expensive that you’ll have to dine at McDonald’s for the rest of the week. It is worth that bit of extra money! They slice your meat at the table and I actually licked, how embarrassing, my plate after I finished my dessert…Sa Punta is located in Talamanca. There is nice view of Dalt Vila, Ibiza’s old town. Last year the owners opened Patchwork on the roof, a beautiful colorful rooftop restaurant where you can enjoy the Libanese kitchen. I’ll try this restaurant on my next visit to the island!
9. St. Gertrudis
This small town bursts with good restaurants. My favorite so far is DiMi’s, with delicious Spanish dishes. Newy on the block is Wild Beets, a heaven for health freaks! Here you can enjoy raw, vegan & vegetarian dishes. There’s a very creative chef in the kitchen! This place is also perfect for breakfast with options like homemade granola with cranberries, goji berries & nuts and walnut banana pancakes with maple syrup on the menu.
10. Raco Verd
There’s live music a couple of days a week and this place has a nice courtyard. A cosy restaurant with delicious tapas in Sant Josep. Most of the visitors here are locals.
It is always a good idea to make a reservation at these favorite restaurants…Ibiza is a small island an no secret for tourists anymore. My favorite months are June & September. Bon appétit!
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