Night time dining on Ibiza – Where to go

Night time dining on Ibiza – Where to go 

You can’t quite beat sitting under the stars with a glass of champagne, or a cocktail over dinner.

Whether you’re a sushi lover or a steak connoisseur, Ibiza has it all.

From low key, peaceful spots to enjoy a relaxing evening, to high-end luxury with world class entertainment.

There’s hundreds of exceptional places to visit, for seriously good food on the island.

Here’s our top pick.

Nagai 

An authentic Japanese dining experience, set in a truly beautiful part of the island. Award-winning chef Reina Nagai brings flavours of her motherland to this superb restaurant in San Lorenzo. With oysters and caviar on the menu, you know you’re getting the best quality here. From sushi and shiitake to tempura, papaya salad to tom kha prawn soup with coconut. A delicious selection of wonderful, fresh dishes to share with friends. A cool place to visit if you’re here this summer. They’re also open year-round.

Nagai

Las Dos Lunas

A desirable venue in San Rafael. Perfect for those wanting to escape the madding crowd for the evening. Surrounded by the islands charming flowers, and warm summer ambience. Italian fine-dining, with added aspects of the Mediterranean incorporated into the menu. Enjoy rock mussels, filet mignon or porcini risotto under the moonlight. Amongst many other classic and contemporary dishes to choose from.

Las Dos Lunas

Ammos

Opening on June 19th, Ammos are already an established Greek dining experience in Dubai. Bringing those traditonal Aegean vibes to Playa d’en Bossa, along with authentic Grecian cuisine and ambience. If it’s anything like their Dubai venue then expect to tuck into authentic dishes such as beef soutzoukakia and salmon souvlaki. Delicious!

Night time dining on Ibiza
Ammos Greek

Le 27 Restaurante

On the famous ‘restaurant street’ in Santa Eulalia, you’ll find this charming little French bistro. With both interior and alfresco seating, you can enjoy traditional recipes from various parts of the country. Including duck in orange sauce and steak tartar. It’s a popular choice, with it being a top choice for guests of an evening A great place unwind over a glass of wine and good company.

Le 27

Côtô

If you’re a fan of upscale Vietnamese food along with rich, stunning decor and nightly DJs, then Côtô is the place for you. Another one in San Rafael, and located within the main town. Providing an opulent experience. With mood lighting, a beautiful garden terrace and an indoor, spacious restaurant. Côtô creates wonderful flavours to savour. The food is simply divine with a wide selection of freshly prepared courses. Including summer rolls or gyozas to start with, and grilled salmon in sesame sauce for mains.

Night time dining on Ibiza - Where to go
Côtô

Patchwork 

5 star dining with a view, overlooking the sun kissed mountains and the old town. The first and only Lebanese restaurant on the island, bringing you those uniquely, distinguishable flavours of the middle-east. With colourful, soft furnishings and lantern lighting, it’s an excellent choice for couples or groups looking to enjoy good quality food, music and scenery. From piquant-grilled meats to mezze. The location really is ideal for an evening out in style.

Night time dining on Ibiza - Where to go - 2023
Patchwork

Es Ventall

If you’re after a true Ibicencan dining-experience, then look no further than Es Ventall. A beautiful white-washed, traditional, family run restaurant in San Antoni de Portmany. Head chef José Miguel Bonet creates authentic recipes from the island, along with a few, minor adaptions for the modern world. It’s a place that’s served truly remarkable, local food for over 35 years. Decide between tuna ventresca tartare or the lobster paella, plus many more mouthwatering options. Excellent service and even better food. 

Es Ventall

 

All of the above mentioned restaurant have an extensive wine list, offering a good partnership with whichever dish (or dishes) you pick on the night. 

 

Written by Alexandra Ellis

 

 

 

Night time dining on Ibiza – Where to go

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