Bar Don Quijote

Nestled on a corner in central San Antonio, near the old church, it’s all too easy to wonder past Bar Don Quijote without offering so much as a second look. Don’t make this mistake though, this little bar and restaurant is a lovely spot to stop and watch the passers by, quench your thirst, have […]

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La Paloma Cafe & Bakery

The Paloma cafe sits in amongst the flora of La Palomas lush gardens. Although the cafe and the restaurant occupy the same beautiful location in the town of San Lorenzo, they are actually run by a separate collection of people; but with “the same love,passion and attention”. The cafe serves breakfast and lunch daily, a mix of mediterranean, […]

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Es Rebost De Can Prats

Situated on a quiet street in the heart of San Antonio is a little haven of local, traditional cuisine. Es Rebost De Can Prats has a long history of serving delicious food to all comers and is often the case, it has thrived through a combination of quality, value and service. Es Rebost is a […]

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Sa Punta d’Es Moli

With frontline views of the sea, Sa Punta has a sturdy returning fan base due to its extremely reasonably priced “Menu del dia”, or dish of the day. By far the most popular days to attend are Tuesdays, when they serve “Bullit de Peix”, and Thursdays, when they do Arroz de Bogavante (a lobster and […]

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Racó Verd

Raco Verd is easily one of our favourite spots to hang out in Ibiza. It is open from dawn until well after dusk. It serves breakfast until midday, then serves a very reasonably priced selection of tapas, smoothies and mexican dishes thereafter. Vegetarians will be glad to hear that there are plenty of options for […]

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Kantaun

Kantaun is situated just down from the Placa s’era d’en Manya, or the ‘The Ship square’ as those more familiar with Sant An as a visitor may know it. The little bar and restaurant serves a selection of tapas, bocadillos and burgers at a very reasonable price. They do a pretty decent veggie burger for […]

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The Skinny Kitchen

The Skinny Kitchen is situated at the very end of San Antonio’s port, where the paseo leads uphill towards the lighthouse. A new addition to the port the cafe and restaurant serves up a selection of healthy food and smoothies all day and into the night. There is a wide selection on the breakfast menu, […]

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Can Tixedo

Located in the Buscatell area, Can Tixedo often feels like a fairly remote destination despite it being about a 15 minute drive from San Antonio and 10 minutes from San Rafael. This has never damaged the popularity of this half bar, half art gallery and remains a firm favourite for those of lucky enough to […]

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Bar Ca’n Toni

Ca’n Toni is the of choice for locals popping in for breakfast as they head north from Ibiza town and workmen who need a hearty meal at lunch time. For those that know this is one of the best places to get your fill of traditional spanish food at very little cost. You can find the […]

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El Kiosko

Situated on a corner about half way round the San Antonio Bay road is a El Kiosko, a place for easy afternoons and simple pleasures. The bright green and blue paint job makes this place stand out and rightly so. The front area consists a few booths built in to the surrounding wall, shaded by […]

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Can Terra Ibiza

Full of Spanish and local internationals in the know, Can Terra produce the perfect pinxos, tapas treats and larger dishes in a nicely crafted environment in Ibiza town. Think soft lighting, pebbled floors and a non-stop buzz that spills out on to the street. The wine list is as good as the ambient and although […]

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Can Gourmet

This tiny establishment is bursting with Ibiza’s many flavours. The walls are lined with typical island products with a deli counter to drool over, plus tastings of extra special delicacies like the famed Pata Negra Jamon Iberico. The biggest bocadillo known to man spans 2 plates and contains not 1 but 4 mouth-watering fillings. Just […]

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Bar Ulivans

In the heart of boho chic Santa G where Prada hippies mix with laid back locals, Bar Ulivans do an amazing half chicken and chips and other enormous plato combinados. Decent tapas and good prices make it the perfect spot for a beer on the terrace, as the world wafts by opposite one of Ibiza’s […]

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Can Miquelitus

This place we love. Located just behind the Mercado Viejo, opposite the old fish market. The food here is really good, a contemporary take on traditional tapas, the restaurant decor is mix of colonial cuban and european du jour.The staff are super friendly and they seem to attract a nice clientele. Make sure you check […]

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Ancient People

Ancient People is another great local’s hang out. Robert (the proprietor) has a pleasing way welcoming each customer like a regular. The restaurant lays below the tall ceilings of the old colonial style building that houses it, died linen hangs from the ceilings and a raised seating area littered with cousins allow customers to lounge […]

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Out Of time People

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Vegetarian food is in short supply in Ibiza, vegan food even more so. Out Of Time People harks back to the days of Ibiza the hippy island. The quint little eatery just off Plaza Del Parque looks out onto the walls of Dalt Vila. They serve raw food, juices, salads and lots of veggie options. […]

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Sansara

The true Ibiza “poc-a-poc” (little by little) attitude really shines through at Sansara; the service is and always has been terrible. Fortunately the atmosphere and the surroundings make up for the long waits and the experience is usually a pleasant one. There is just something so Ibiza about Sansara that we love. The funky upcycled […]

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Babylon Beach Ibiza

If you are planning to treat yourself to a special day out then Babylon Beach Ibiza is the answer. With great snacks, fantastic wine & cocktail choices, a beautifully decorated and expertly run restaurant, a buzzing yet chilled atmosphere, entertainment for the little ones and panoramic views, this beach bar really does have it all, […]

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El Rincon de Pepe

One of the absolute champions of traditional tapas is El Rincon de Pepe in San Antonio. Situated a stones throw from the infamous West End the restaurant inside and small terrace at the front offer a truly rustic Spanish charm. This is no coincidence, El Rincon de Pepe was first opened in 1962, many years […]

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El Bigotes

Worth a visit for the experience rather than the service or the food as neither are exceptional. This seaside Spanish restaurant is perched on the rocks hidden away just to the left of Cala Mastella beach. For the more adventurous, we recommend parking at the beach and climbing over the rocks along a little path […]

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Las Dalias

A must see if you are new to the island or are entertaining guests. Las Dalias has a charm of its own and has always been a favourite amongst the fun & interesting mix of people in the North who call Ibiza their home. Open all year round, the roadside bar area has remained unchanged […]

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El Deseo Cala Llonga

This funky corner café just minutes from the beach is the place to be in Cala Llonga for Mexican specialties. The large terrace is beautifully decorated with brightly painted reclaimed furniture and the surprise live music acts make the atmosphere fantastic. Tuck in to a portion of nachos with cheese or choose something from the […]

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Can Nuts

Cheap, cheerful and charming is our opinion of Can Nuts in Cala Llonga and we are almost certain you will agree. The interior is too small to fit any tables so this little café is mostly set up on the roadside terrace just seconds from the beautiful beach of Cala Llonga. Mismatched, colourful, recycled tables, […]

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Tapas

The clue being in the name, Tapas serves amazing, modern tapas dishes in very relaxed surroundings. Just a few minutes walk away from the main beach in San Antonio, S’Arenal, Tapas has cemented itself as a firm favourite amongst locals and tourists in a relatively short space of time. And no wonder this is the […]

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El Viejo Gallo

El Viejo Gallo first opened its doors to the public in 1959 and has had an enviable history of serving superb, traditional meat, fish and rice dishes ever since. Located near the beach in Port D’es Torrent, we always feel that quality is (almost) always assured when a place is popular enough to have winter […]

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Falso Nueve

Relative newcomer on the block having opened in 2014, Falso Nueve quickly established itself as a fantastic Italian eatery for those in the know. The owners have themselves a great venue tucked away just the Ibiza town side of San Jose and have made their mark by offering excellent food served with a smile. It’s […]

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Rincón de Pepe

Not to be confused with the venue of similar name in San Antonio, Rincón de Pepe is one of Santa Eulalia’s most authentic tapas restaurants. Family friendly and unpretentious, it sits at the end of the restaurant street and is open all year round for lunch and dinner. Main meals and set menus are available, […]

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Papaya

With the best view in the village, this venue is the ideal setting for the Papaya cocktail bar & restaurant. The huge terrace overlooks the promenade of Cala Llonga and the wide, sandy beach. Recently opened by the owners of El Deseo & El Deseo Jesús, Papaya is the perfect place for large groups, private […]

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Es Ventall

An Ibiza classic, this family run Spanish restaurant is all about great service and top food that won’t rinse out your stash of cash. Traditional cooking meets more modern cuisine in an elegant and unpretentious setting, with a simple Spanish feel and gorgeous courtyard garden for an awesome menu del dia or a romantic supper.

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Can Cosmi

An all time favourite amongst visitors and locals alike, the Cosmi bar & restaurant has always been a fantastic meeting point due to its central location in the town of Santa Eulalia. Open from dawn until well after dusk, Can Cosmi is the perfect place for a quick pint, a snack from their large selection […]

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Central Park

This buzzing little joint serves great Italian and Spanish food in the heady atmosphere of Ibiza Town, with live music and exhibitions from the island’s favourite artists. The terrace is always heaving with an international crowd enjoying Place del Parque’s unique micro-ambient and continental vibe. Think party peeps on dinner breaks plus models, movers, shakers […]

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El Deseo Jesús

El Deseo in Cala Llonga has been such a great success that the boys decided a second venture was in order and opened El Deseo in the heart of Jesús. The International menu with Mexican specialties includes everything from Tex Mex platters, burritos, enchiladas, tacos & burgers to super smoothies, protein shakes and traditional Mexican […]

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Restaurante Es Pueto

It’s the chiringuito of choice if you’re looking for good value seafood and meat on the beach with beautiful views across the San An bay and a reputation going back ‘til time began. Friendly staff and generous portions make it a must do, in simple Spanish style surroundings with the sea lapping right at your […]

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The Olive Tree

This lush gastro-pub takes all the best from Britain and delivers to Ibiza’s hungry bellies. It’s always packed for its Sunday Roast, when the rest of Ibiza are topping up their tans or nursing their hangovers. Even the chink of wine glasses has a distinctly English sound when mixed in with accents from all over […]

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Rincón del Río

Although the décor and the ambience leave a lot to be desired, this little corner restaurant down by the river in Santa Eulalia serves some of the best authentic Thai food on the island. The large, breezy terrace is a lovely place to sit and enjoy a 3 course menu for under 13€ including a […]

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Hostel Parque

Hostel Parque tends to act as a meeting place, situated at the end of the plaza the imposing building of the Hostel serves as a good landmark. It’s one of the few places in town that serves food all through the day and into the night. They do an amazing dish with morcilla (black pudding) […]

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Can Colomaret Cala Nova

Cala Nova beach has a number of great restaurants on it but this little family run shack is by far the best! Pleasantly simple and unimposing, it is literally a hut that shuts down for the winter months and re-opens every summer to welcome eager visitors. Located right on Cala Nova beach (all the way […]

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Vegi

Santa Eulalia really does have some great new options for healthy eating these days and although many of the venues are slightly pretentious and overpriced, this tiny take away deli is far from it. Here the counter is filled with nothing but delicious vegetarian and vegan options. Hidden on a back road up near the […]

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Locals Only

Locals Only is a special reference to a tasty menu comprising of dishes made from local produce. This place has a lovely, inclusive atmosphere with friendly, helpful staff. Situated in the middle of the plaza opposite the main bar strip, it’s terrace offers a pleasant setting for an afternoon’s dining or drinking. The food is a […]

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Can Costa

This restaurant is another throw back to simpler times in Ibiza. During the time of Franco he encouraged restaurants to offer an affordable day menu’s to the countries hungry workers. The menu del dia apparently stems from this, with an average price of about €10 it’s the best value dining experience you are likely to […]

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Casita Verde

Arguably the most idyllic restaurant setting in Ibiza, Casita Verde lies hidden in the campo of St Jose. The road it sits on is barely marked on google maps but rest assured it is there, just before the crest of a windy hill which takes you out of the San Jose valley into San Raphael. Casita […]

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Pizzeria Es Verge

Es Verge can be found driving out of the village of San Jose towards San Antonio on the corner of the turning towards some of the prettiest beaches on the island like Cala D’Hort. This is another restaurant that does very well in the winter months, always a good sign in our eyes. Es Verge […]

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Can Curune Bar & Restaurant

Spanish tradition at its best. Can Curune has been keeping Ibicencos and foreigners happy for almost 50 years! This bar/ restaurant/ shop is ideally located on a wide bend on the road leading to the North, so is the perfect pitstop if you are heading to San Juan, Portinatx, San Miguel, San Carlos or any […]

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Comidas Bar San Juan

Ibiza’s original authentic and affordable dining experience. It’s well enough subscribed that you can expect to wait for a table here, there is always an eclectic mix of locals and visitors. As one of the islands oldest restaurants you can really get a feeling of Ibiza in times gone by. Simple food with a home […]

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La Finca Can Suldat

A restaurant unlike any other. This little farm house is hidden well off the beaten track on the road to Es Canar and is the perfect place for a quiet meal away from all the hustle & bustle. Dine outdoors in the summer under a gorgeous canopy of vines or indoors in the winter in […]

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Can Balafia

Veggies, vegans and fusspots stay home, Can Balafia is not for you. It is a meat-lovers haven and it really is heaven! Large slabs of the tastiest meat cooked on the outdoor grill is pretty much all that’s on the menu but it is more than enough. All meat dishes are accompanied by the crispiest, […]

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Ecocentro

Ecocentro is a vibrant outdoor restaurant right in the middle of Santa Gertrudis, it’s location, it’s ambiance and it’s live entertainment put this restaurant right at the higher end of our price limit at Save Ibiza but we still feel it offers good value for money and we want to make sure we include as many organic, eco friendly and […]

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Destino

Not to be confused with the resort owned by the Pacha group near Cap Martinet, this is the original Destino in Ibiza. This really is tapas at its best, a mix of traditional and more modern fayre, well priced, great portions and delicious. As the story goes, the aforementioned party and hotel venue owned by […]

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Wild Beets

Raw, vegan and plant based cuisine in a tranquil environment right in the centre of Santa Gertrudis, hidden behind a natural bamboo fence. Wild Beets is beautifully decorated in funky Ibiza style, using recycled materials and artwork. The large wooden tables and chairs make it the perfect place to set up your office for the […]

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Ca’n Pilot

Testament to the quality and value of Ca’n Pilot, it is even wise to book a table during the depths of the Mediterranean winter or face a long wait at best. The restaurant itself offers a comfortable, no frills, laid back ambience with extensive space which can cater for large groups and is wheelchair friendly. […]

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Aubergine Ibiza

With a motto like “from farm to table”, you can’t really go wrong in Ibiza, especially in the North. This stunning, reformed farm house is a gorgeous setting for a Mediterranean restaurant. Attention to detail can be seen in the décor and in the beautiful garden. The cosy interior has various small dining areas making […]

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Biokarma

This tiny vegan deli sits one table of two in it’s modest surroundings. Their primary business is take away food which they do very well. The make fantastic vegan wraps and hamburgers for less than the price of a Burger King meal. It pays to eat healthily in more ways than one.

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Kathmandu

Situated on the aptly but not really named ‘restaurant street’ in the centre of Santa Eulalia, Kathmandu is a long term favourite of many including ourselves when it comes to the choices of Indian cuisine on the island. The debate about best Indian restaurant always appears to be extra hot but there is no doubt […]

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Picadeli

Ibiza style picnics at their very best! With so much exploring, partying, beaching and fun to be had in Ibiza, who wants to cook?! Eating out every night may not be for you either though so Picadeli is a perfect option. Fresh, flavoursome food prepared with locally sourced ingredients expertly combined with island and oriental […]

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El Zaguan

Fancy quality tapas and pintxos in typical Spanish surroundings, friendly staff and an even more friendly bill when you leave? El Zaguan is the place for you. Situated in the centre of Ibiza town this is a great place to line your stomach ready for whatever the night holds. Famed for having around 400 types […]

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Kokoro Sushi Ibiza

Sushi lovers look no further! The Kokoro Sushi Lounge hidden away down by the marina in Santa Eulalia is a fabulous Japanese restaurant with beautiful décor. The interior is comfy and cosy with a sushi bar in the centre of the room so you can watch your sushi being prepared. There is a wide selection […]

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On The Beach

A very cool beach bar with a great menu and an even better cocktail list! Set right on the sands of Cala San Vicente beach, this Dutch run chiringuito serves a mixture of fusion snack foods all day long. Open from 10am until way after midnight, you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in […]

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Ses Eufabies

If only every beach restaurant in Ibiza could (still) be like Ses Eufabies! Situated on the beach in the beautiful Cala Tarida, this place is the perfect venue for an afternoon or evening of great food, gorgeous views and relaxation. It won’t take you more than a few moments to appreciate what we love about […]

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Caos

It doesn’t really get much better than home-made healthy and organic vegan food with panoramic views of the Santa Eulalia promenade and beach. Caos is a wonderful addition to the village and the helpful staff really do aim to please. Enjoy a menú del día for 13.90€ with options like quinoa salads, veggie soups, dips […]

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Can Pa

Part local meeting point, part restaurant, part live music venue, Can Pa is a favourite for locals and visitors and provides many reasons to be so. Officially in Cala Vadella but located some way up the hill on the turning towards Cala Moli, Can Pa is a casual, relaxing spot for any time of day […]

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El Bacaro

A cosy Venetian pizzeria in the heart of Santa Eulalia with a lovely terrace facing the sea. El Bacaro serves delicious home-made pizzas, a wide selection of pastas, healthy and hearty salads, delicious fish dishes all made with the freshest local ingredients and so much more. Open 6 days a week from 9am for breakfast, […]

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La Plaza de Santa Gertrudis

French cuisine with a twist in the heart of Santa Gertrudis, just off the church square. A little on the expensive side but the food will not disappoint. A roaring fire welcomes you during the colder months and the decoration is classy & cosy, in true French style. A grand piano sits just at the […]

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Bon Sol

Bon Sol is a cute, beachfront eatery situated in the centre of Cala Vadella. This is simple food done very well and served with a genuine smile and a stunning view through the bay and across the Med. There is an Italian edge to the menu, with delicious sandwiches, pasta, salads and our favourite the […]

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Rasca Lobos

A family owned gem with a very appealing, tree shaded terrace, Rasca Lobos is a superb spot for lunch or dinner located in the heart of San Jordi. It is unusual for a place to offer on one hand traditional Spanish food, particularly influenced by flavours of Madrid, and on the other much more adventurous, […]

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Baron(esas)

The Baron(esas) is a Dutch run bar & restaurant serving a mixture of International dishes. Open all year round, 7 days a week from midday onwards, it is a great place to catch up with fellow Dutchies  and Cala Llonga locals, right in the centre of the village. Dig in to one of their delicious […]

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Can Flow

Situated just outside the walls of the old town this quaint and charming eatery is at the foot of the vibrant Carrer des Passadis, a perfect starting point for your evening. There is outdoor seating where you can view Dalt Vila and watch the world go by. Vegans and Vegetarians are well catered for and […]

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El Bistro De Stephan

Amongst the reasons we love the beginning of the summer season is that it brings the re-opening of classic French favourite El Bistro De Stephan. Combining the ambience and decor of a classic Parisian bistro, incredibly efficient and friendly service and great food, if you’re not already in San Antonio then making the trip will […]

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Casa Thai

Everyone’s favourite Thai restaurant never fails to deliver excellent food at an excellent price. They do a great menu del dia and as Thai food is the perfect antidote to a big night out, workers and residents start flooding in early doors to tempt their taste-buds back to life. It gets really busy but the […]

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Sa Soca

Located a 5 minute drive from San Antonio on the San Jose road, miss this place on a trip to Ibiza and miss out, seriously. Run by the ever cheerful husband and wife team, Andres and Alicia, Sa Soca is knocking on 40 years of serving superb food in pretty surroundings. If you’re looking for […]

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La Casita

Perched on the hill in Valverde, just outside the family resort of Cala Llonga, La Casita is a well kept secret that the world needs to know about. The international & Mediterranean menu options make ordering a delight and the dessert really are mouthwatering! The private dining areas of the reformed farmhouse make winter evening […]

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Rita’s

Rita’s has long been the favourite of locals and tourists alike in search of a refuge from the hustle and bustle of San Antonio’s west end. Nestled in it’s new location at the end of the port it acts as a cosmopolitan oasis in the largely British part of the island. Their newly acquired premises […]

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