Food and drink
It’s fine Italian food, designed to share in a tapas style, though there is also a selection of dishes that are big enough to eat as a main meal on your own. As the name suggests, there’s also an incredible wine list with over 200 choices to work your way through.
My suggestions for the best selection to share are very cheesy: aubergine parmigiana (a melt-in-your-mouth flavour sensation), crispy cheese croquettes, fried calamari, mozzarella caprese, beef carpaccio, parma ham and mozzarella and the mushrooms with chilli and cherry tomatoes. And that’s just the beginning…
There’s a lovely cosy atmosphere in La Vineria no matter when you visit. In winter, it’s protected from the elements and the walls of red wine just tempt you to take cover for longer yet on a balmy summer night. It’s busy, social and fun, with the open terrace a lovely place to kick-start your night.
Super attentive, highly knowledgeable and multi-lingual.
La Vineria is in a cute little village called Jesus, just outside of Ibiza town, about a five-minute drive away. It’s what I think is Ibiza’s answer to a cool suburb!
Most of the tapas dishes are an average of 5 euros each, while mains are around 15 euros. Wines range from 10 to 200 euros, depending on your taste and budget.
La Vineria is the baby sister of Marina Botafoch’s premier Italian restaurant Trattoria Del Mar. See the website for links.
- Mature travellers
- Special occasions