Best Restaurants of Ibiza
You can‘t come to ibiza and not visit Lio, which has the same owners as Pacha.
Located right on the seafront in Marina Ibiza, Lío overlooks the port of Ibiza and boasts fantastic views of the old town, this is a restaurant-cabaret on the rocks overlooking the harbour which at night is a real selling point. At Lio, you‘ll see the most good famous people that come to the island.
It has an incredible wine list, one of the highest class menus in the island. It’s where the island’s movers and shakers culminate to shimmy around the dance floor while looking beautiful. Head down to be wowed by acrobatics and performances at the daily dinner shows, followed by bustling club nights that kick off around 1:00.
El Chiringuito has become one of the island’s top beach eateries. This luxurious beach restaurant & beach club in Ibiza is a triumph of white décor plus bleached wood with a beachfront collection of sun beds as well as a stylish lounge featuring cushy sofas.
Ever popular El Chiringuito Es Cavallet beach club offers late Ibiza breakfast, while lunch is a fancier affair with a mix of Mediterranean specialties from the head chef Jèrome Palayer.
You can relax with views to the sea in front of you, Dalt Vila to the left and the stunning island of Formentera to the right. El Chiringuito offers all you need for a full day’s visit if you wish.
HEART Ibiza- a creative experience that fuses gastronomy, live performance art and world-class live bands and electronic music, is set to put feasts for the mind and the soul on the menu. HEART is a mix of art, music, and food of the highest quality based in Botafoch Marina. The entire building is tastefully decorated with a multitude of art, electronic images, and artists. The restaurant is split into three sections:
The partially covered terrace is where you’ll find market stands with snacks, artists, and a variety of circus figurines. It’s truly a surreal world in and of itself! The terrace is open daily from 9:00 pm to 1:00 am.
The supper club is the restaurant/theater section. Here, you can enjoy a top quality dinner while being entertained by theatrical or audio/visual images on the walls. Makes for quite an experience. You will be able to eat dinner here starting at 9:00 pm.
HEART is a relatively expensive venue. A table on the terrace will cost you at least €80.00, excluding drinks. This would cost around €150 in the supper club, although this estimate includes beverages.
Km5 is one of the most attractive open-air restaurant, lounge garden and bar in Ibiza. Located in the countryside at km 5.6 on the road from Ibiza to Sant José, luxurious lounge bar and restaurant Km5 offers a tranquil setting for daytime cocktails or a glamorous buzz for a nighttime party.
It features different bars, an elegant dining area, a KM5 boutique and large Bedouin-style tents in the enchanting garden. This is the ideal escape from the craziness of Ibiza‘s pounding club culture.
KM5 Ibiza is renowned for Argentine steaks and modern Mediterranean cuisine, while sushi sensations are served in the lounge menu as well. Start your glamorous evening with a cocktail in hand, followed by dining in the covered garden. Afterwards, move on to the cool bar inside. It’s a place where you can feel the real spirit of the island.
El Carmen Restaurant, located in one of the most magical places on the island of Eivissa, with a lovely terrace with incredible views of the magic islet of Es Vedrà as well as magnificent sea views. Probably the restaurant with the best views on the whole island of Ibiza. It offers all the marvelous seafood dishes as well as the typical Ibicenco cuisine dishes. Paellas and rice dishes, broth rice dishes, “Bullit de Peix” (fish stew), fresh fish and seafood dishes… Sauteed calamari, a must.
CAFÉ DEL MAR
Blessed with spectacular sunsets, it’s one of the island’s most popular venues, attracting throngs of clubbers over the course of the summer season. Hundreds of tourists and locals flock to the famous café to enjoy the combination of relaxing tunes and wonderful views. The Café del Mar has become a world famous brand, spawning CDs selling its chill-out music culture to the non-beach bound, but the original remains the best with good reason.
Tatel restaurant brings stylish Spanish cuisine, forward thinking cocktails, live music and DJs – curated with the seal of approval of Ushuaïa – to the picture perfect Ibiza coastline. The restaurant offers a fresh Balearic touch whilst also maintaining the brand’s trademarks; upmost respect for the produce, updated traditional Spanish recipes, seasonal Spanish gastronomy and fresh seafood as the mainstay. Diners can enjoy popular dishes from TATEL Madrid such as the truffle stuffed tortilla and the TATEL escalope, alongside more Mediterranean inspired choices such as fresh fish, a variety of rice dishes, cold soups, oysters and caviar.
This is French bistro in the heart of Ibiza Town, close to the old town. The chic interiors are decorated in the style of a typical French bistro, complete with open kitchen. Their menu is short but extremely well thought out: the oysters and foie gras are not to be missed.
This combined with a succinct menu and excellent wine list makes Pastis a truly unique experience. Expect high-end French classics plus innovative dishes reflecting the island’s local produce attracting the crème de la crème of Ibiza’s cool crowd
LA PALOMA CAFE
This is a very unique countryside restaurant located in San Juan (north of the island), where you get home made bread and organic salads which they grow in their back garden.
You will find yourself surrounded by big pots of flowers and orange trees while you can enjoy an acai & blueberry smoothie and a fantastic Sabich (egg plant paste with hummus).
Located at the furthest point of Talamanca bay, only five minutes from bustling Ibiza town and its thriving nightlife scene is Sa Punta, the unique Ibiza restaurant where beautiful locals, clued-up visitors and the international jet-set rendezvous for fabulous food and chilled out vibes in a truly magnificent setting. In the foreground, yachts bob on the water while the Dalt Vila stands in the background. Start with a cocktail or two on the roof terrace before settling in for dinner in the elegant main room. The menu presents global twists on island produce – think red tuna tartare with ginger, edamame and enoki mushrooms or grilled scallops with green mango condiment and shiso mayonnaise.
This restaurant is perfect for those looking for a pleasant escape from the San Antonio madness. An extensive and eclectic menu crams in salads, steaks, pizza and even a hearty Sunday roast for those who want a taste of home. With a reputation for excellent food, genuine hospitality and unpretentious service, Casita Restaurant delivers the quality of a high classed establishment whilst maintaining a fabulously friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Large groups can hire out the private dining table in the secret garden, and if you’re simply loving lounging in the villa too much to leave, have the Casita catering team come to you.
Sitting next to the sea in the north of the island, just outside of Santa Eulalia, Babylon Beach presents a welcoming and unique blend of style and sophistication. When it comes to eating at Babylon, two options are available: a chiringuito (casual café) or an upscale restaurant. At both, the emphasis is on fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, many of which come from their chief supplier: a certified organic livestock farm. The menu is presented on a chalkboard and offers a varied selection of Mediterranean dishes with a few exotic influences thrown in for good measure. A chilled glass of rose is the perfect accompaniment as we wait for our food to arrive, perusing the extensive cocktail list as we wait.
Modern Spanish producers top the bill at this wine shop and wine bar, which values great taste over reputation. If, like much of Britain, you’ve been stuck in a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc rut, there’s no better place to drink your way out of it than at Vino & Co. Call into the wine store in Sant Jordi, where they’ll be happy to help you navigate their stock. Alternatively, get acquainted with the selection at the bar, where at least 20 constantly changing wines are available by the glass. Wine-friendly small plates are also offered.
Situated in the village of Santa Gertrudis in the centre of the Mediterranean island of Ibiza, Wild Beets is a spacious and light-filled restaurant offering organic, locally sourced, healthy meals daily. Dedicated to fresh, organic and seasonal produce Wild Beets presents a plant-based menu that brings a light touch to nature’s gifts, serving up delectable breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks in a stylish, urban setting.
The vegan-friendly menu at Wild Beets was designed with the latter in mind, though the tasty plant-based dishes seem to win over meat eaters too. Pair the guilt-free dishes with one of the vitamin-packed fresh juices or a glass of organic wine.
This health-conscious chain has several locations around the island, which means you’ll never be far from an energising smoothie or a nutritious plate of food. The Passion focus is very much on vegan, vegetarian, macrobiotic and raw cuisine, but you can also find great fish and chicken options on our menus, also- juices, smoothies, protein shakes, superfood shakes, raw nut milkshakes and elixirs.
Each different Passion venue provides a different environment: Passion Marina is perfect for a candlelit dinner, Santa Eulalia for a casual bite, while the original outpost in Playa d’en Bossa is the go-to spot for the morning-after-the-night-before breakfast. Passion’s healthier take on the full English is a much-loved hangover buster.
This Italian restaurant sits in the rural hills of the inland. Settle in on a table in the cosy dining room in the renovated period farmhouse or if the evening is balmy enough, ask for a seat in the garden, where flowers and decades-old carob trees hang overhead. An a la carte menu offers Italian-style fine dining and is supplemented by a vegetarian and vegan bill of fare. Several of the ingredients used in the kitchen are grown in the restaurant’s own garden..