Old Ibizan house with a good atmosphere and terrace.
Type of cuisine: International (French)
Head chef: Frederic Emnet
Head waiter: Pierrich Soulie
Little prawn rolls with avocado salad pork sirloin stuffed with goat's cheese and tarragon ginger biscuit
Type of building: Popular architecture
Disabled Access, Parking Valet, Air-conditioning, Credit Card, Terrace/garden.
Nowhere has restaurants quite like Ibiza. The food is top-class and the settings are spectacular. Where else can you have lunch on the beach in a typically Spanish Chiringuito and then later dine in style and sophistication in one of the hill top restaurants, overlooking the twinkling lights below.
You can dine in old candle-lit country farmhouses…relax over tapas in one of the many charming country villages…eat on the beach in shade of the searing sun…sit out on the terrace watching the small boats arriving at the jetty with todays fresh catch; never far away is the aroma of fresh fish being cooked on an open grill.
Typical Ibicenco dishes include: all types of fish, rabbit, lamb, chicken etc.. Stews are very popular, especially during the winter months.
Favorite Dish: Stunning coastal views.
There are lots of restaurants all over San Antonio ranging from traditional Spanish through to fast food places like McDonalds.
Ranges from cheap to expensive.
Favorite Dish: My favourite was a sea fish platter in a traditional Spanish restaurant down one of the backstreets. It contained different fish and shellfish, I cannot remember the names of them all though. There was one worrying piece though that looked a bit dodgy, I didn`t ask what it was until I had eaten it.
If relaxing is what you want on your travels, then you have to go here to eat at least once. The people are friendly, the food is gorgeous and you can have a lie down whilst eating in the chillout garden.
There are african chilled beats playing in the background, and cold wine on tap. I nearly fell asleep when I went there, it was so relaxing . . .
u will find several restaurants
here inside the walls of the old castle,
i recomend the area at night
this little place
have cuisine from "provence"
incluide braised & roast meats and of course fresh fish
2 minutes fron the famous mar y sol
in bartolome rosello av.,very good fish
& sea food.
Favorite Dish: tyr paella ,is excelent