Eat & Drink

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Sa Finca

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

Of course it is widely acknowledged that a Mediterranean tomato, for instance, tastes much better than a greenhouse tomato from central Europe. This applies not only to tomatoes but many different varieties of vegetables. And the produce from the fields of Ibiza is no different. Both the soil and climate of Ibiza are the [...]

Fish needs to swim

By | June 9th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Of course it’s lots of fun when you’re asked by Ibiza Style to write a piece about wine. It’s even more fun when you can write a piece about wine paired with a recipe, especially when it’s cooked up by Sid Shanti. In the upcoming months, to each of his creations, I will select a suiting [...]

It’s Gin o’clock

By | May 10th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Producers of liquors and distilled drinks for more than 130 years, in around 2010 the Mari Mayans family began to look into and try out different combinations of plants, fruits and herbs to manufacture their own Premium Gin.  The flavour had to be 100% Ibiza, housed inside a bottle that was screen printed, attractive and [...]

Spearfishing

By | May 5th, 2016|Categories: Eat & Drink|

The 2016 summer season is as good as here.  The beautiful autumn and winter months on Ibiza have passed, and with them many long lazy lunches in the campo with friends and hearty dinners by the fire places inside traditional Ibiza fincas. These meals more often than not complimented by animated story telling amongst [...]

Salt-roast sea bream at Es Xarcu

By | June 6th, 2015|Categories: Eat & Drink, Locations|

Every master has their own way of doing things, and that is why, at Es Xarcu, they follow their own rules. At the same time, those rules are their added value: serving fish and seafood that is always fresh. Situated in Cala Es Xarco, the range of cuisine offered by this restaurant is based on [...]

Sa Calma as a winter postcard

By | December 13th, 2014|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Most of the people think that Ibiza is only party in summertime, whereas it becomes a desert island during the winter; it seems that just the tourism brings it life. But recently this tradition has been broken, so instead of working half year and closing the other six months, more establishments remain open the whole [...]

Cipriani’s Fegato Alla Veneziana

By | November 12th, 2012|Categories: Eat & Drink|

On first entering Guiseppe Cipriani’s Downtown Ibiza restaurant, diners are confronted by the library that houses a magnificent collection of lifestyle books. Among them is to be found the legendary tome by Giuseppe’s father Arrigo Cipriani, entitled “IL MIO HARRY’S BAR – Le ricette e la leggenda,” an excellent collection of recipes featuring classic dishes [...]

Oeufs à la bénédictine

By | November 12th, 2012|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Jerome Palayer, the French head chef at ‘El Chiringuito’ on Playa es Cavallet, has invited us to breakfast in his kitchen. He wants to show us a typical French dish that is relatively easy to cook if you follow two or three important rules. Eggs Benedict consists of a poached egg with Hollandaise sauce, toast, [...]

Caldereta de langosta

By | November 8th, 2012|Categories: Eat & Drink|

In restaurants, spiny lobster is usually grilled or served à la plancha – a fast, easy cooking technique. A far more complicated, but also much more refined dish is the caldereta de langosta, a spiny lobster stew. After we were done fishing, Toni and a few of his friends invited me back to their casetas [...]

Burger meets Gin

By | June 4th, 2012|Categories: Eat & Drink|

Ocean Drive’s renowned chefs created the menu, selecting the best ingredients and converting burgers into succulent plates worthy of haute cuisine. On the menu you will find over 10 gourmet burgers, made with ecological meats from all over the world.
combined with one of the most extensive Gin selection in Ibiza. Travel to the five continents with [...]