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Can Domingo

By | July 1st, 2017|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Here, the three partners, Alessandro Barni Spadacini, Andrea Sanarica and chef Giuseppe Vivacqua offer fine Italian cuisine with an Ibizan touch. Both Italian specialties they import themselves and local produce are used in the kitchen. Wild herbs found in the surrounding area of the restaurant are used while many vegetables and lettuces come from their [...]

The Chefs Experience

By | June 14th, 2017|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Our first event in the series, “The Chefs Experience” was held in the middle of May on the Rooftop of ME Ibiza Hotel.  A Chef's Table was set up directly beside the kitchen counter for this evening. Here, in front of the guests, the dishes of the six course menu were personally prepared by head [...]

The Chefs Experience

By | May 10th, 2017|Categories: Eat & Drink|

After the successful "Mondays in Style" series of gastronomy events, which we held last summer together with the kitchen team of ME Ibiza in the unique rooftop restaurant, this year we are setting the bar a little higher. Together with the management of the hotel, we have created a new series of events: The Chefs [...]

FincaXú

By | September 16th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

With one foot in the modern world and the other set in tradition, FincaXú— an exquisite new liquor made up of the purest essences of Ibiza—has emerged. It is a surprising new take on Ibizan hierbas of exceptional strength, complexity and subtlety that is made from sherry flavoured with chamomile, vervain, juniper, mint and citric [...]

WHAT THE F*CK

By | September 12th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

But it were the words that came from my mouth when I was told the recipe I had to make a wine pairing to for this issue was Café Caleta. In the previous editions of Ibiza Style it wasn’t difficult to find a wine suiting to the recipes of Sid Shanti and write a nice [...]

Café Caleta

By | September 8th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Ibiza, like many places, has it’s own take on coffee and it’s called Café Caleta. It also has an established toasting house called Cafés Ibiza. This family business has been running since 1958 when it was situated in the Barrio de la Marina. Here, they started out using a toaster ball with a capacity of only [...]

Gin Pairings

By | September 3rd, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Cooks and gin does not mean "cook in gin" or "gin in the chef" but rather, it is the new trend; a menu that, instead of being served with the appropriate wines, is served with gin creations. This requires the kind of communication between chef and bartender that usually takes place in a good restaurant [...]

NO 7 – PRESENT!

By | August 20th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Now I have to say that I didn’t use to get along that well with my teachers, if I would show up at school altogether I was usually seated at the back of the classroom and I’d probably leave again before the first break. If I would happen to be there and the teacher would [...]

El Quim de La Boquería

By | August 18th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

While making the most of a visit to Barcelona we went to check out El Quim de la Boquería, an emblematic tapas venue in one of the most vibrant markets in the world. For almost 30 years, Quim has been running a venue where chefs such as the Roca brothers or Ferrán and Albert Adrià [...]

Delicious wild ibizan rabbit

By | August 11th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Summer is in full swing and the clubs, cabaret shows, world class restaurants and beach locations are all having a wild time with the influx of peak season tourism. There is also however another wild side to Ibiza, the island that the whole world seems to be flocking to this year. Along roadsides and in [...]