Food and drink
The sheer size of the grill you see when walking through the front door is enough to indicate that it’s all about meat here - the finest cuts from local farmers, plus freshly caught fish served with salads plucked straight from the gardens out back.
It’s all about the ox steak baby! I don’t even ask for the menu any more, so obsessed am I with this signature dish: tender slightly seared strips of ox steak, served alongside a hot iron plate on which you rub the animal fat, followed by hefty servings of rock salt before sizzling the meat to your liking. My mouth waters at the thought.
There's a very rustic, authentic Ibicenco vibe thanks to old stone walls, an ancient well in the garden and being surrounded by tall trees, however the crowd is a great mix of international travelers, DJs and expats plus loyal local families who’ve been coming here since forever. )1972 to be precise.)
Wonderfully warm and friendly; run by a local family, the team hasn’t changed in the years I’ve been coming here and just keep on getting nicer every time I visit.
On the renowned strip of road dubbed (with originality!) “Restaurant Road” by locals, it’s on the way to San Juan and not far from Aura if you fancy a dance afterwards.
Most grill dishes are around 15-20 euros, while the famous ox steak is 22 euros per person (though you can order half serves or share one between two people – I highly recommend this).
Tables to book
The table for two by the ancient water well is by far the most romantic on a hot summer night. Inside is split into three rooms, which can also be booked for private functions.
- Culture vultures
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Special occasions
- Chilling out