Food and drink
The menu is heavily influenced by Mediterranean cooking styles, based on fresh fish and meat dishes, but with a little bit of international fusion shining through to impress its global clientele.
I love the sushi platters – the perfect light dish for a hot summer’s day. The sweet and sour tuna is also a classic, and I make a real point of getting here as early as I can as often as I can for the amazing ham and cheese omelette. I don’t know how they do it, but it is perfect every time!
The ultimate in Balearic bliss! Great tunes, a cool mix of cosmopolitan people and a laidback vibe that really makes you realise you're on holiday.
Jockey is renowned for its friendly service – many of the team have been there for more than five years and have an uncanny knack for remembering a face year after year.
Right in the centre of the iconic Las Salinas beach, with nothing but blue skies, a long stretch of sand, the sparkling Med and beautiful people for miles around.
Breakfast at Jockey is really affordable at around 5 euros, however for lunch the price is considerably more, around 20 euros per main.
Tables to book
Ask for a table on the frontline of the terrace for the most spectacular view.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Great views / scenery
- People watching
- Nature / wildlife