Food and drink
Authentic (mostly) French cuisine that is both beautifully presented and amazing to taste. The wine list is superb and cocktails world-class.
I can’t go past the classics like thick and gooey French onion soup, decadent confit of duck or steak tartare, but the menu offers so much variety including garlic escargot for the brave (I managed one but they’re not for me!), oysters, fresh fish, ox tail and sushi has recently been added to the menu too.
Very intimate and oh-so-cool, you’ll spot Ibiza’s in-crowd doing their schmoozing, wining and dining here… once you’ve adjusted your eyes to the very low lighting. I find it better to dine here in small groups – up to four is perfect, any more and it’s a bit cramped.
Meticulously French and very efficient in just about every language you can imagine. The open kitchen means you’ll also get nods from the chef, who’s eager to please every palate.
Tucked away in a side street just off the bustling main square of Plaza Del Parque, it’s a fab little concealed location that would be easy to miss if you don’t know where to look.
This is definitely on the upper end of the price brackets – a dinner for two with wine can set you back between 100 and 150 euros, depending on how decadent you are.
Tables to book
Ask for a table in the very back of the restaurant – they’re the most comfy and easy to settle in and spend all night there.
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers