This restaurant overlooks the pool of the Cafe below and faces out over the sea towards the sunset. The atmosphere is far more exclusive than other restaurants on sunset strip, and due to the nautical railings, has the feel of eating on board one of the expensive cruise yachts you'll see moored in Ibiza towm harbour. The decor and table settings are immaculate and follow the blue and white theme which seems to symbolise class on sunset strip (think cafe Del Mar, Sugar Sea) , as opposed to the orange and earth tones of the more laid back establishments such as Mambo, Kanya and Savannah. The restaurant opens quite late, about 7pm. Ask for a table on the verandah as you'll get an amazing view of the sunset.
Favorite Dish: Seafood Paella was good here. We ordered it because we wanted to try the paella but didn't want to eat anywhere with pictures of food outside!
Fairly new restaurant/bar on San Antonio's 'Sunset Strip' a few hundred yards north along the coast from the more established Cafe Del Mar, and Cafe Mambo.
Obviously excellent for sunset watching, but fun for chilling in the daytime with paddling pools, wine bars, sun loungers etc
Favorite Dish: Only ever eaten the paella (Summer 2001) .... booked a table there this year, but failed to get a taxi there in time! ;-(