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When in Ibiza, we always recommend paying homage to the Med and taking the opportunity to enjoy al fresco, beachside dining where seafood is the star of the show. Sometimes the best bites are unexpected, of-the-moment decisions that you stumble upon but if you do have time to make reservations however, these are some of our tried and tested recommendations that will bring a party to the palate.
At Yenuina, the settings are simple but the pasta is out of this world. Tucked around the corner from the West End in San Antonio, this pasta lab offers your favourite Italian dish in all shapes and sizes alongside a curated list of fine wines.
Order the fried gnocchi as a starter and thank us later.
One of O Beach Ibiza’s very own sushi chefs is behind the ropes at this artisan sushi restaurant near the old town, so you know the food’s unmissable.
Choose from an extensive list of sushi and enjoy an intimate meal or if you simply can’t get enough of japanese food then head to Koemi on a Sunday for an all-you-can-eat extravaganza. Try not to miss the tempura, it’s our fave.
There’s nothing like a slice of homemade, sweet braided bread and a coffee on a lazy afternoon and L’Atelier No.74’s babka doesn’t disappoint.
In some Eastern European countries and Jewish communities, “Babka” means “little grandmother”. Take one bite of this delicious cake, made with swirls of chocolate or tahini and dates at No.74 and it will all make sense – it’s comforting, just like Grandma.
Head to Skinny Kitchen for a breakfast of champions. The eggs here are made just right – the yolk always breaks in such a satisfying way that you’ll completely forget about the insta shot you wanted and tuck straight in. The restaurant is situated right on the harbour so it makes a perfect hangout for your first meal of the day after a morning’s walk.
Aubergine is a ‘country-chic, farm-to-fork’ restaurant concept nestled in the heart of Ibiza’s countryside that serves creative dishes made with organic produce. Think Turkish aubergines stuffed with meat and honey and served with spices, yoghurt and tahini sauce, or a beautiful salad made with raspberry and halloumi cheese and tossed with agave syrup, balsamic vinaigrette and toasted sesame seeds, plus more. We’d suggest going as a group and turning your table into a rainbow of beautiful, well-made food.