Now that the summer season is over, we’re slowly welcoming the cooler weather, quieter beaches, roads and venues.
Now is the time to relax and experience the ‘real Ibiza’ in all its glory.
It’s also a time to enjoy the seasonal, culinary delights that the island has to offer over the winter period.
In this article we’ve created an Ibiza winter restaurant guide. A list of some of the places you can enjoy in the coming months, spread throughout the islands five municipalities.
We’d love to know which ones you visit whilst you’re here!
Locals Only – Italian/Mediterranean – Relaxed, cosmopolitan
Wakame – Japanese & Asian fusion – Relaxed and vibrant
Maison Le Vrai – French – Trendy and stylish
Vila Café – German & Mediterranean – Relaxed, no frills
Kaixo – Tapas – Relaxed, cosmopolitan
Mira – Mediterranean Fusion – Trendy, youthful and vibrant
Manny’s Tropical Soul Food Bar – Surinamese and Caribbean – relaxed and authentic
Can Jesper – International – Laid back, sea views
El Pirata – Italian – Portside with amazing pizzas
Oyster Bar – Seafood – Chilled and trendy
Jockey Club – Mediterranean – Beachside, island vibes
The Standard – Mediterranean – Farm-to-table, cosmopolitan
Yalla – Middle Eastern fusion – Stylish and contemporary
Higo – Dutch + MediterrAsian fusion – Special occasion, stylish
Project Social – Gourmet burgers, street food & British roast dinners – Lively and modern
WOM Radio Cafe – Continental – Creative hub, popular with families
Shanti – Indian – Trendy and Vibrant
Musset – MediterrAsian fusion – Relaxed and Modern
Caos – Health food – Relaxed with sea views
Seventeen – Italian/French fusion – Lively and trendy
House of WOW – Mediterranean – Vibrant and trendy
Kathmandu – Indian – Authentic and relaxed
Wild Beets – Vegetarian and vegan – Trendy and relaxed
Marc’s – French/Italian with Asian influences – Alfresco dining option, great service
Can Mimosa – Mediterranean – Farm-to-table, countryside experience
Amalur – Italian and contemporary Mediterranean – Countryside fine-dining
Kugo – Sushi – Fun and lively
Can Pujol – Seafood – Authentic, romantic beachside dining
Sasha – Italian fusion – Relaxed and inexpensive
Social Point – Argentinian Gastro Grill – Trendy, arty and modern
Vitamin Sea – Healthy and hearty, including traditional Sunday roast dinners
Contravent – Mediterranean – Popular with locals and relaxed atmosphere
Can Limo – Peruvian fusion – Vibrant and popular with locals
Coyote – Mexican – Trendy with great cocktails
Sa Caleta – Mediterranean – Sea to table with beachside dining
Es Gerret – Mediterranean – Farm to table, popular with locals
Es Nàutic – Mediterranean – Popular with locals and located on the harbour
Can Tixedò – Tapas – Arty and vibrant
Can Mussonet – Ibicenco – Traditional with a contemporary twist
Es Tanco – Italian – Traditional and popular with locals
Es Mirai – Italian (Pizzas) – Rustic with a natural ambience
Ritas Cantina – Popular with locals, located along the harbour
Restaurant Grill Sant Antoni – Mediterranean – Laid back and spacious
Golden Buddha – Mediterranean fusion – Sea and sunset views, relaxed atmosphere within interior and exterior seating
Yenuina – Italian – Modern and relaxed
Taberna Cebo – Mediterranean and British – Relaxed and popular with locals, also serving Sunday roasts
Lydia´s North – American Smokehouse – Great for groups, lively atmosphere and music
The Boat House – Mediterranean fusion – Beachside, rustic, nautical theme
Ca La Calma – Mediterranean/Seafood – Beachside, chilled atmosphere
Can Tothom – Ibicenco – Beachside, laid back and authentic
Casa Lhasa – Mediterranean – Farm to table, rustic
Nagai – Japanese fusion – Stylish and trendy with music events
This is just a handful of places open to the public over the ‘low’ season.
There’s more than enough to keep you busy during your travels, but we’re sure that you’ll come across plenty more along the way!
**Please be aware that the places mentioned are currently advertising as open, but some may be due to close temporarily for vacation. Please phone ahead to confirm opening times directly with them.
The eateries are split up by municipality, this means they are located within the towns and villages which occupy those specific areas. Please check on Google maps for exact locations.**
Read more about the islands amazing gastronomy scene, detail here.
Ibiza winter restaurant guide 2023 – Alexandra Ellis