Food and drink
Nepalese-style Indian, featuring all your usual curry house suspects.
I’m generally of the opinion that a curry is a curry, but the house specialties here are really something else. And the naan bread, well, be prepared for the biggest you’ve ever seen – I love the coconut-packed peshwari.
Always buzzing and quite rowdy as the night goes on, with hordes of Brits heading here to fuel up before big nights out, or, alternatively, soothing the following day’s hangover with a hearty lunch.
It’s quite funny actually, as the waitresses and bar staff are very relaxed in true Ibiza style, yet the head waiter (who is actually Indian) has a very formal, super-polite manner as if you were in a five-star restaurant.
In amongst the area’s famous pedestrianised “Restaurant Street” (on the map it’s officially called C/San Vicente).
The daily menu is a mere 9.50 euros, however a dinner with starters and mains ends up costing around 20 euros per head.
- Families with teenagers
- Stag / hen parties
- People watching