Food and drink
A distinctly Spanish flair runs through the restaurant, though you’ll find options to suit taste buds from all over the globe. In the morning, it’s continental breakfast style, by day, menu del dia and tapas buffet and by night a la carte plus weekend barbecues and daily beach takeaway packs. They really have it all, and the one thing all the food has in common is it’s the highest quality.
I love the barbecue, whether I’m popping in for a spicy sausage sandwich style snack or tucking into the entire mixed grill complete with baked potatoes and grilled peppers. But my favourite thing of all time is the Jamon Serrano, which melts in your mouth and quite frankly is so good, I can now no longer eat ham anywhere else on the island. Thanks for that guys.
Very chilled out (except for the busy Saturday Flamenco parties, which are quite the reverse and a very authentic Spanish, family affair), just like the restaurant’s owners – you feel completely at home even if you’re not staying in the hotel.
The best: attentive, helpful and knowledgeable about all things gastronomic. Eating here is truly a pleasure.
Handily located just across the road from Las Salinas beach, making it the perfect place to pop in for breakfast, lunch, dinner or an après-beach cocktail.
Takeaway packs are around 10 euros, main meals between 15 and 27 euros, the barbecue mixed grill is 25 euros.
The owners also run cult bar Lo Cura in Ibiza Town, so be sure to visit for a mojito when you finally drag yourself away from the beach.
- Families with younger children
- Escaping the crowds
- Nature / wildlife