El Limeonero is a café styled restaurant that caters to British and American palates. It serves up a mighty good English breakfast and can be counted on for food one is used to as well as a few selections of Tapas. While it is far from extraordinary, it is quite good. And that is something that is sometimes needed on the isle of Ibiza, especially after a particularly successful night out. There are times when a taste of home is what you need to set you right. On this El Limeonero delivers. It is also quite reasonable with a couple able to dine on about 12€.
Sa Brisa Gastro Bar brings Haute Cuisine to Ibiza at reasonable prices. Introducing a new way to serve traditional dishes, Chefs Esther and Pier introduce a new and fresh way of looking at the traditional sea food servings of the Isle Ibiza.
The relatively new Sa Brisa seems always to be changing much like the Breeze it is named for. This is intentional as seasonal offerings dictate what is served on any given day. Special attention is paid to local catches and growers. The results are usually somewhat playful as is the general ambiance of the restaurant.
Fusion is a method used often at Sa Brisa Gastro Bar and fresh local ingredients are given fun street vendor treatments from around the world. You may find a hint of saffron in your udon or Hamachi in your taco. Many vegetarian options are available. A good selection of wines is always available. Prices can be as low as 12€ a plate, but you will likely be tantalized into staying longer and soaking up more of the kitchen’s inventiveness. Reservations are recommended.
Part café, part boutique. This unique new offering in Ibiza is named Candy Apple and is fast becoming the place to meet up for those on holiday. But, more importantly the locals love it too.
Small plate meals and drinks served most of the day on the sun soaked terrace while music plays, sometimes live, has people enjoying a respite in between meals. A platter of small plate items and Tapas will run you about 10-12€.
Meanwhile vintage and new clothing for the beach and nightlife are available to peruse through. It has been well received for those wanting to save time, or in groups wherein some just don’t want to shop.
Special mention should be given to the “Flower Power” nights put on by the shop in which the Candy Apple flashes back to a glorious 60’s themed party.
Conveniently located in the middle of Ibiza town, Ferretti Gelato e Caffe is a gem for those who need a pick me up, whether it be Caffe or Gelato. The perfectly creamy Gelato is reported to be the best in town and the flavour selections will have you coming back likely more than once during your holiday.
Besides the Gelato, they serve crepes of many different dessert flavours and will box up your selections to take home. The Shoppe is highly recommended by locals which speaks volumes. Be sure to check it out.
La Tana is a trattoria delivering excellent Italian food in the heart of Ibiza town. La Tana takes pride in using fresh ingredients from the island. They are especially noted for their brick oven pizzas but, also for their vegetarian Italian offerings. With the abundance of both the land and the sea so close at hand, Ibiza is a Mediterranean culinary dream spot and La Tana’s Chef’s take full advantage of it.
The ambiance of the restaurant is old school cobble stones and hanging meats and vegetables. All sauces, pastas and breads are made fresh daily. The wait staff are friendly and speak a variety of languages, the most important being the language of food. Do not pass up the homemade limoncello!
Ibiza is an island and seafood is abundant. Of course, Sushi would find its way here. Sushi and Love has fast become a local favourite, serving up a taste of Japan all the way into the late night hours, those times when you start craving something different but cannot usually find it. They will even deliver. It is one of the most affordable sushi bars in Ibiza with most meals come out to about 12-15€.
Sushi and Love is a walk-up and take-away Shoppe, so plan to picnic with your sushi or take it away. This is actually great because it allows them to serve more than most small sushi bars are able. There are also some vegetarian offerings but not a wide range.
Located just behind the Old Port in Ibiza Town, La Velada Enoteca & Cocina is unassuming with its rustic décor and a few outdoor tables. However what is served up is anything but unassuming. Tapas that are on constant rotation so as not to bore regulars. An especial favourite is the Queso salad featuring fresh and local goat cheese and walnuts.
There are many selections to please everyone in your group from carnivores to vegans as well as some very good gluten free items. A great selection of Spanish wines are at hand and local diners will tip you off to save room for dessert as it is worth the trouble.
If you never thought Brazilian and Japanese cuisine would meld well together, Temakinho Botafoch exists to prove you wrong. The unique and odd sounding concept of this restaurant balances on the idea that extremely fresh, raw foods are the basis of goodness.
Temakinho uses sustainable and responsible suppliers to bring fresh seafood, seaweed, vegetables and exotic fruits from Brazil to your table. Masterfully and carefully handled in such a way the true flavours of where they come from shine through.
Located within walking distance of Ibiza town and situated right on the ocean, the dining experience is delightful. Diners enjoy the ocean breezes whilst sipping drinks specially prepared when you order them by their Brazilian born bartender.
Specialty sushi rolls and daily specials are of course on the menu, as are vegetarian temakis. The prices here are reasonable but you may be tempted to make a night of it as the atmosphere invites lazily taking in the sights and visiting while slowly eating and drinking. Prices range from 18-48€ depending on how long you decide to linger.
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