Food and drink
Simple sushi, classic Japanese noodles and an oriental fusion hot menu.
Start with icy cold crushed cocktails – I love the simple raspberry and the exotic lychee flavoured mojitos. I’m a sashimi fanatic (and a creature of habit), so I always order the mixed platters, with a Miso soup and steamed gyoza to start. If you’re not into sushi however, try the awesome Tokyo Burger, chunky beef seasoned with ginger and soy.
Though it’s at the less busy end of the strip, Kama Sushi is still bustling with pedestrian traffic every night from dusk onwards, with the main trade coming from British tourists ticking off their iconic Ibiza sunset experience.
Always warm, welcoming and ultra-helpful with menu suggestions.
Perched at one end of the legendary San Antonio Sunset Strip, with million dollar views of the famous Ibiza sunset.
Mixed sushi and sashimi platters for two are an average of 25 euros, soup and starters from the a la carte menu start at around 5 euros.
Tables to book
The frontline of the terrace is the place to be at sunset every night. You’ll need to book these in advance, no later than 48 hours ahead, though some walk-ins get lucky.
Kama Sushi is part of the hugely successful Mambo family, including Café Mambo, Savannah, Villa Mercedes, Mint Lounge and La Cava. See the website for more details.
- Mature travellers
- Great views / scenery
- People watching