Nine of the Best Restaurants in Ibiza

From farm-to-fork feasts to beachside barbecues, with a Michelin-starred pop-up thrown in for good measure, these are our favourite places to eat when on the White Isle.

Ibiza might be known for its heady party scene and unspoilt, cliff-flanked coves, but just as much of a drawcard are its top-notch eateries. In-the-know visitors can enjoy a magical medley of island and international flavours - don't set out without our guide to nine of the best spots to savour.

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Casa Maca

With its huge coal barbecue being behind some of the best seafood in town, this farm-to-fork hideaway in the blissful hills of Can Palau is a mecca for fish-loving foodies. Take in jaw-dropping views of the Dalt Vila skyline, watch the sun set over ancient fortress walls and gaze for days at your fellow diners – this is where Ibiza’s beautiful crowd come to linger late into the night. Much of the fresh produce is grown on-site: the truffle mash is our must-order.

Address

Can Palau De Dalt, 07800 Ibiza

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The View at 7Pines

The latest addition to 7Pines’ fleet of dining options, The View offers mesmerising views of the mystic island of Es Vedrà from its 40m glass facade. Plating up Mediterranean cuisine with a contemporary twist, the restaurant serves up a slice of Ibiza’s grown-up, sophisticated side. Enjoy dramatic sunsets in elegant surrounds while experiencing the White Isle’s bountiful natural larder with a four- or six-course tasting menu. Desserts here are small enough to be guilt-free but still substantial enough to share – our pick is the deconstructed pavlova.

Address

Carrer Puig Delfín, 07830

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BiBo at Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay

Three Michelin-starred chef Dani García’s latest pop-up, this spot is perfect for a low-key lunch with a side of people-watching. The acclaimed chef’s answer to the island’s lack of good Mexican joints, BiBo offers day-to-night dining for Ibiza’s cool crowd. Fuel up for an afternoon of sunbathing with a fresh lobster salad and bursting-with-flavour salsa before getting comfortable on one of Nobu’s pristine white daybeds.

Address

Carrer de Ses Feixes 52, 07800

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La Mirada Rooftop at Petunia Ibiza

Loved for its winning views of Es Vedrà, this tapas restaurant is an ideal venue for a typical Ibizan hangover day – think slow and relaxed, with lo-fi house music playing softly in the background. Ingredients are seasonally focused and largely produced and grown on hotel’s the grounds: menu standouts include the ham and cheese croquettes, Jamón ibérico and burrata. Order plenty and share between the table.

Address

Carrer de Sa Pala Marina, 07830

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El Olivo Mio

This neighbourhood restaurant in the heart of Ibiza Town is unashamedly romantic, with tables that spill out onto the cobbled street and hearty Mediterranean plates setting the atmosphere for an authentically rustic Ibizan experience. The gypsy-style decor has flamenco influences throughout: spot a guitar hanging among hand-painted chairs and napkins embroidered with roses. Dishes, meanwhile, are plated up with exquisite attention to detail. Options include a variety of pastas, risottos and fish specials, with gluten- and meat-free alternatives available to satisfy all types of diners.

Address

Plaça de Vila 9, 07800

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The Giri Ibiza

Set within a 300-year old townhouse, The Giri is the place to come for rural Ibiza’s finest foraged-to-fork cuisine. Inspired by the day’s harvest, menus showcase Ibiza’s freshest flavours in colourful, beautifully presented dishes prepared by chefs that have honed their craft to perfection in top restaurants around the world. Emphasising the natural appeal of fresh, local and seasonal produce, plates come garnished with fresh herbs plucked from the sun-drenched garden.

Address

Carrer de l'Alcalde Jaume Marí Roig, 5, 07810

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Jul's Ibiza

Dubbed the restaurant of summer 2021, Jul’s is the place to go for a Mykonos-meets-the-White-Isle vibe – think rattan chairs, hanging lanterns and superlative Greek-inspired dishes. That’s if you can get a booking: be sure to reserve in advance. To leave without dessert would be a cardinal sin. Pastry chef Giannis Kaldanis revisits classic sweets with a heady mix of passion and precision. We wouldn’t blame you for making a trip just for the final course.

Address

Edificio Can Mariano, 07818

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Jondal

Part beach club, part restaurant, this Ibizan darling dishes up fresh seafood to a backdrop of all-day beats from the joint’s resident DJ. A typically Balearic combination of sun-bleached wooden furniture, potted olive trees and swathes of white linen sets the scene here, with a stylish crowd of boat owners and sun-worshippers completing the picture. Cocktails are a particular highlight – if you ask nicely, we’re told these can even be ferried by dinghy out to your boat on request.

Address

Cala Jondal, 07839

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Shamarkanda

Spend your Sunday morning browsing Ibiza’s artisan market, then arrive here for an afternoon of gastronomic indulgence surrounded by nature. Shamarkanda’s eclectic menu sees sushi, bao buns and sharing plates blend flavours from east and west with real flair. A meeting point for travellers, artists and locals alike, the restaurant’s terrace has become a weekend go-to for those looking to share superb food with good friends in a tranquil setting.

Address

Lugar Venda de Ca's Ripolls 34, 07810

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