La Gaia

Housed in Ibiza’s five-star Gran Hotel this fusion of Japanese and peruvian (Japaeruvian) cuisine leads you through the exploration of exotic flavours and detailed pairing. Have one of their fantastic cocktails and enjoy some of that glamour and glitz that is truly Ibiza. Not great if you are looking for a romantic tete a tete as the restaurant sits in the lobby so it can get busy with people coming in and out of the hotel but otherwise a fun place to go before a night out.

Tratoria del Mar

Marina Botafoch. This very good Italian restaurant has been drawing in a slightly more sophisticated mature crowd for years. The view across to Dalt Villa with the yachts in the foreground is lovely. They offer fresh sea food and traditional Italian lunches and dinners. The lobster pasta is excellent and very reasonably priced.

Mira Ibiza

Hidden gem in the heart of Marina Botafoch! Cafe, bar, restaurant, meeting point, boat sales and charter office. While you are choosing your boat for a lovely day at sea, you can enjoy a really delicious brunch or breakfast. From local Spanish tapas to spicy mezcals, their variety of Mediterranean dishes with an exotic twist is based on local organic produce, fish, seafood, fruits and vegetables.


Marina Botafoch. Set on the very end of the jetty Marina Ibiza, Roto commands an in-comparable position with fantastic views across Ibiza harbour to the old town, D’alt Vila and the surrounding super yachts. Roto opened in 2019 and is a great spot to soak up the high life with the marina jet set. The restaurant has received mixed reviews but the setting makes up for any culinary question marks.

It Ibiza

Marina Botafoch. It Ibiza is in pride of place in Marina Botafoch with great views across the bay and marina to the old town. The food is modern Italian and the chef has two Michelin stars to his name back in his native Italy. The menu de degustación is delicious. Excellent food in jet set surroundings.

Calma Bistro

Marina Ibiza. Sitting right on Ibiza’s port, next door to Lio, the Bistro has a great view over the old town. In fact it’s the best view you can find! The culinary experience is Mediterranean, seafood recommended. Also very good for winter lunches. Often a strong breeze on the terrace, so bring a jacket out of the hot months.

Mi Kasa

Located in a stylish boutique hotel in Ibiza’s Marina Botafoch, this charming restaurant offers wonderful views of the sea and old town. Beautifully decorated interiors make you feel at home while every meal is a unique experience. The 100% plant based brunch reinvents favourite dishes from around the world, using local, seasonal and sustainably grown products. The charcoal based falafel burger with sweet potatoes fries. Breakfasts are delicious too, and the vegan pink latte is not to be missed.

Destino Resort

Pacha’s resort hotel at Talamanca. In the day it has a beach club atmosphere but is perched upon the high cliffs in between Talamanca and Cap Martinet. There are lovely views, a large pool and very stylish outside areas for sunbathing and eating. If you are not staying at the hotel, best come for dinner. The excellent food doesn’t come cheap. The black cod is up there with the best in the world and worth the visit alone. 

Patchwork / Sa Punta / Ginger 

Talamanca. Sa Punta restaurant has been around for a few years serving up nice Mediterranean food with lovely views back across Talamanca bay to D’alt Vila in Ibiza old town. In 2014 ‘Patchwork’, a Lebanese restaurant and cocktail bar, opened on the roof and in 2015 ‘Ginger’, with a sushi and Asian menu has also opened. So, three restaurants in one offer a global array of treats. Patchwork is our recommendation.

Maria’s chiringuito ´the fish shack´

Near Talamanca. A hidden gem frequented by locals and those in the know. Fantastic local grilled fish served as you sit at cheap plastic tables overlooking Ibiza old town with the water only a few metres away. Head to Sa Punta (the Pacha owned restaurant in Talamanca), and just keep walking for another 50m, when you think you’re going nowhere you will find it. You can’t book – there is no phone. Turn up early-ish to get a table or wait for 20 mins and you will probably get lucky.

Bibo Ibiza Bay

Talamanca Beach. Andalusian super chef Dani García takes you through a culinary jour-ney inspired by his travels both in Spain and around the world on a unique pop-up dining experience. He combines the concept of a brasserie with the flavours of the sea, a local tapas joint with a steakhouse. A beautiful, modern venture, this time in Ibiza, as a part of the emblematic Nobu Ibiza Bay.