Food and drink
It’s authentic Ibicenco produce sourced from local farms and prepared in traditional styles, namely on a flaming grill. The wine list also offers the island’s finest.
There’s just so much Ibicenco goodness on this menu that there really is something for everyone, even vegetarians. I like to start with the amazing combination of juicy melon wrapped in serrano ham, manchego cheese and white chorizo, and the house specialty, a plate of cured sausages and goats' cheese. For mains, the mixed grill is great for first timers, and I’m a big fan of the succulent lamb chops and also grilled skewers of sobrasada and butifarra (the aforementioned cured sausages). Try the gooey custardy Crema de Catalan for dessert, washed down with the sweet liqueur local coffee, Café Caleta.
The rustic setting gives it a real homey feeling and it’s a very Spanish affair, with a nice mix of big group celebrations, family get-togethers and intimate dinners for two.
Super-friendly and great with menu recommendations (handy, because there’s just so much to choose from!) and brimming with local knowledge.
On the road that heads towards Santa Gertrudis and San Miguel, Can Caus is a great central location, just ten minutes drive from Ibiza town and Santa Eulalia. There’s plenty of parking out the front of the restaurant too.
A dinner for two with wine is an average of 50 euros.
Tables to book
In summer, I like the candlelit garden terrace. In winter, it has to be right by the cosy fireplace.
- Families with teenagers
- Seasoned travellers
- Special occasions
- Chilling out