My good places to eat in Ibiza and Formentera
Cala Bonita❤️ – seriously good cooking and best I’ve had on a beach in Ibiza. Chef Pau Barba cooks at Can Domo agroturismo hotel at nights.
Experimental Beach – sleek, stylish and cool restaurant and bar on a beach by Experimental Cocktail Club in London, Paris and New York. Great quinoa, avocado and wild rice salad. Good to have something other than jamon for a change 😉 (serves dinner too I think..).
El Bigotes❤️ – traditional and rustic fish soup cooked from the catch of the day. Go for the second service at 2 pm, cash only.
Beachhouse – taken over by new owners this year, simple and classic Italian dishes I really enjoyed.
Lunch or Dinner
Lamuella❤️ – Israeli-Asian-Mediterranean cooking in a stunning space near San Lorenzo. Gome Galily is one of the most talented chefs on the island for sure nowadays.
Can Domo❤️ – revisited Ibizencan dishes in a 17th century farmhouse-hotel.
La Paloma – Italian and Middle East inspired Med cooking. Understated place “to see and be seen”. Es Cucons: Another great organic Mediterranean restaurant at a rustic agroturismo hotel.
Can Pilot – traditional asador grill. Best steak I’ve had in Ibiza.
Pou des Lleó – very good wood-fire cooked paella.
Sa Nansa – traditional seafood and rice.
Nobu – newly opened Japanese restaurant and hotel by Nobu Matsuhisa.
Heart❤️ – collaboration project by Albert Adrià and Cirque du Soleil. The show is magic and the food is really good as well.(Similar to Tickets in Barcelona).
Macao Cafe❤️ – probably the best Italian on the island and the place to be on summer nights.
Sushi Aoyama – the only original sushi-ya I know here. The chef has moved to Ibiza 14 years ago and now runs this pocket size restaurant where he and his assistant are the only ones to cook.
…and lunch in Formentera…
Beso Beach❤️ – my favorite!
Juan y Andrea – traditional seafood and rice.
Chezz Gerdi – Italian and Spanish chiringuito.
Es Molí de Sal – seafood.