For all connoisseurs of good food and drinks, Ibiza is the perfect choice to satisfy
the gourmets in them. The food served in the restaurants here includes everything
from the traditionally made local dishes as well as the international cuisines.
The pleasure of the setting makes the experience all the more heavenly because your
food will be served in the backdrop of the beaches, the lush green hills or the
meadows. When you are here, you will never run out of choices for a suitable place
to eat. Whether it is a sophisticated restaurant, a beach-side bar or the small
eating joints spread all over the place, Ibiza has it all and plenty.
The menu is very cosmopolitan reflecting the mix of people visiting this island.
There are plenty of choices whatever your criteria are. The restaurants serve traditional
food, experimental dishes and a mix of international dishes. The restaurant can
be divided on the basis of the ambience it provides whether it is suited for a romantic,
friendly or family visit. If you are planning to eat out on Sundays, make sure bookings
are done as Sundays turn to be rather busy and full.
While you are in Ibiza the best way to get the essence is enjoy the local food.
The customarily made dishes with rabbit, lamb, fish and chicken or the more innovative
ones from Provencal or Catalan cuisine, everything is available here. It is a paradise
for the sea-food lovers and they should try out the fresh sardines and other fishes
prepared in a variety of ways.
Having a meal at the walled town of Ibiza’s Dalt Vila is an unforgettable experience.
There are many restaurants here where the specialty is the Mediterranean cuisine.
The La Marina area of Ibiza town also offers few interesting options for a meal
– La Brasa and El Pirata being the popular ones. Though a little expensive, the
Marina Botafac area is also spotted with restaurants all along, the Madrigal being
well known. Other towns also have a mentionable choice for food. San Antonio has
some British owned restaurants.
Ibiza is an island that does not sleep and so the restaurants also remain open till
late through the night. Not only the tourists but the local people also like to
dine-out occasionally and partake in the heavenly experience of having food with
the sound of the sea as music. Ibiza restaurants tend to fill up for Sunday lunch
and so booking is essential at this time.