The hottest places to eat in Ibiza according to @Luxeat

This dreary (Mon)day, let’s all escape to sand dunes, salty hair – and some sexy AF new openings on the party island of Ibiza. Our guide?  Aiste Miseviciute aka. @Luxeat. As a model working in New York, Aiste was introduced to a fascinating lifestyle which prompted her to capture and share these experiences on her blog in 2004.  Having no idea that gastronomy would someday become her lifeline, the blogging became a fun and practical way of sharing experiences with friends and relatives.

She is now an influential connoisseur in the foodie world and splits her time between London and in St Gertrudis, Ibiza. Jealous? Us?  

Today she’s sharing her 10 favourite spots in Ibiza so get planning your next trip.

Our guide for today’s armchair travel – Aiste aka @Luxeat

Casa Jondal : The new seafood spot on Cala Jondal by one of Spain’s best chefs, Rafael Zafra. 

A shady alfresco table at Casa Jondal – Image by @Luxeat

El Bigotes : Rustic chiringuito on the picturesque Calla Mastella serves traditional fish soup cooked over a wood-fire (bullit de peix) from the catch of the day. Book in advance for the second service at 2 pm when the two course dishes are on available.

Sea side at El Bigotes – Image by @Luxeat

Es Xarcu : Authentic beach restaurant right to the water’s edge, serves traditional seafood and rice. Their oven baked fish, especially the John Dory, is excellent.

Oven baked fish at Es Xarcu – Image by @Luxeat

Es Boldado : Traditional seafood and rice restaurant with the stunning view of Es Vedra and it’s even more beautiful for sunset.

Ses Boques : Simple, laid back restaurant on a very charming beach in Es Cubells. Make sure you are a good driver, as the road down is dizzying, but totally worth it. The restaurant serves traditional seafood and rice

Paella at Ses Boques – Image by @Luxeat

Bar Costa : Best jamón and bocadillos in the charming village of St Gertrudis. Love going for an aperitif there.

Cana Pepeta : Modern Argentinian grill and Mediterranean dishes served in a beautiful renovated space.  Josper grill nights on Thursdays are a must.

Can Balafia : Wood fire grilled meat institution. Chicken, lamb chops, potato chips as well as the fresh aioli made daily: a must.

Dining at Can Balafia – Image by @Luxeat

Macao Café : Best Italian on the island with gorgeous tree-shaded terrace. Place to be on the hot summer nights.

Can Domo : Revisited traditional cooking from the very best what the Ibizencan sea and the land has to offer.

La Paloma : Family owned Italian – Mediterranean institution with Middle East influences in the shade of a beautiful garden in Sant Lloren.

Colourful set up at La Paloma – Image by @Luxeat

If you are thinking of visiting Ibiza in the near future, consider flying from London City who have got all the safety precautions down so you can enjoy your break from the moment you arrive at the airport.

Anna Willatt

A chronic over researcher, Anna is the one who will sniff out all the unusual things to do at a destination and create a spreadsheet of options so there's no FOMO. Less likely to be spotted at an infinity pool, Anna will be finding dive bars, flea markets, 3rd wave coffee shops and chatting with locals to find out what they get up to...and sharing that intel here as part of #TeamCoco.

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