North / Central Inland

(San Miguel, San Lorenzo, San Juan and surrounds…)

La Paloma, San Lorenzo

Italian / Mediterranean/ organic – charming, campo restaurant with excellent food and ambience. Located in the pretty and tiny village of San Lorenzo. About as rustic chic as it comes. Definitely worth the drive. In the day eat at the La Paloma café (immediately next door) and in the evening enjoy the main restaurant. Both are excellent.



near San Lorenzo
directly on main Ibiza / San Juan road – Fantastic local grill restaurant and great outdoor atmosphere – Mediterranean / Spanish menu. Book weeks in advance in peak season to avoid disappointment. A must visit dinner restaurant if you are staying near by.

  • +34 971 325 019.



San Juan road km 9.5.
A nice sushi restaurant that is definitely worth a dinner if you are staying in the middle or north of the island as it offers something different. Perhaps not the best Sushi on the island but overall Nagai offers a fantastic dining experience. Tel +34 971 807 308, 638 314 880.


The Giri

Set in the quaint Northern pueblo of San Juan, the Giri café looks small from the outside until you walk through to the outdoor area. A 300 year old townhouse with a very private back terrace that makes you feel like you could be sitting in your own back yard – just a bit more stylish. Shaded by bamboo walls, with an organic garden at your feet, the Giri creates simple Mediterranean dishes with local produce. The service is often pretty slow and you may be waiting a while for your dish but it’s hard to feel impatient while you are lying on a Balinese bed and sipping away on an amazing cocktail! There is also a cool tepee play area for kids.



near San Lorenzo.
Good hearty Italian food with a Mediterranean twist. A bohemian chic setting with a laidback countryside ambience. They have an onsite organic veggie garden so serve accordingly, local dishes made with organic produce and a lot of love.


Es Caliu

Santa Eularia.
Set in a 200 year old casa payesa this traditional Spanish meat grill is a great place to sample Ibicencan fare. The same owners as the chiringuito at Aguas Blancas, they have made for another rustic and intimate décor with locally sourced produce. They even have a cocktail garden where on Mondays they play live music.


Bambuddha Grove

Carretera de San Juan, km 8.5.
Bambuddha has become an institution over the last 10 years. The restaurant and cocktail bar have stayed popular for years and have a loyal following amongst tourists. John Moon, the owner, has created a hugely atmospheric dining experience and his son John has partnered with him and improved it further. Bambuddha feels like a slice of the Orient and serves up good Thai and Asian food at a respectable price. Have a delicious cocktail first in the bar…and two or three more after dinner too!



Outskirts of San Lorenzo on the main San Juan /Ibiza town road.
Coming straight from Goa (where LaMuella has existed for years) this Israeli husband and wife team opened LaMuella Ibiza. A fusion of Asian and Mediterranean flavours with a twist of Middle Eastern provides for an extensive palate at the dinner table. The space is also used for creative arts and events so it is likely you will have some entertainment while you dine. There is an eclectic range of pieces from the world over in their beautiful boutique so you may well be dining and then shopping!


La Masia

Just north of Can Na Negreta,
on the road to Santa Gertrudis from Ibiza town. Good quality traditional
Spanish country food served in an old farm house. An intimate setting for a quiet and / or romantic meal.

  • +34 971 310 228


Oleoteca Ses Escoles

Santa Eularia area, on the main road from Ibiza town to San Juan. Set in an old payes house this 100% Ibicencan establishment is renowned for the 3 types of olive oil they make. You will get to try these paired with your food, a kind of cultural exploration through your senses. Great service with high quality local products. One of Ibiza’s more stylish dinner restaurants.


La Luna nell’Orto

San Miguel. Mediterranean Italian restaurant right in the village. You walk off the street and immediately enter a lovely garden atmosphere with a pretty patio to enjoy evening al fresco dining. Not worth driving across the island for but highly recommended if you are staying close by.


Ca Na Xica

A small agro-tourism hotel just before entering the small village of San Miguel. Set in the middle of a field, the restaurant cooks up very decent food and if you make it there early enough you can even enjoy some of their spa treatments before indulging in a cocktail and dinner. Not worth the detour but if you are in the area and feel like a nice quiet dinner surrounded by lush nature then try it out.


Can Cires, San Mateo.

Worth the trip for the shoulder of lamb alone. Owned by a charming French man, the restaurant offers great Spanish countryside cuisine. There is a large outside area for dining and a kids play area so good for families (keep your eyes open for the owner’s colourful and chatty parrot). Open all year and particularly worth a lunch off-season.



Located on the main road from Santa Gertrudis to San Miguel, very easy to find as they have a bicycle out front. Being right off the main road does not detract from the lovely terraced restaurant where you can relax and enjoy some Mediterranean fare. They source their own produce so you will be eating fresh and local. The rural surroundings make it a family friendly establishment. Make sure you stop by their little shop on your way out!