To celebrate a special occasion or to surprise your partner. We’ve put together a list of the 5 most romantic restaurants in Ibiza to help you special night to be that bit more special. Some of these restaurants will stay closed during the winter, but others such as Clandestino, La Brasa or Las Puertas del Cielo are perfect for a romantic winter evening, such as St Valentine’s Day.
1 Clandestino (d’en Bossa Beach): Aside from the intimate and romantic atmosphere that characterises this restaurant, Clandestino is one of our favoiurtite eateries on the whole of the island. We love it as much for its gastro offerings, as for the shining service its owners provide. The restaurant is run by a couple with French and Italian origins, made obvious by each dish found on the menu. You may find that the menu varies night after night, as the couple add in the newest culinary techniques which they bring from the old country. Don’t for get to try the cocktails.
2 La Brasa (Ibiza): For those seeking a romantic setting, this restaurant is an absolute classic. With a carefully chosen and varied menu boasting a huge emphasis on Mediterranean cuisine, you’ll find this lovely restaurant in the old quarter of Ibiza. Worth booking a table on the terrace even in winter, as its heaters always keep you warm.
3 Sa Capella (Santa Agnes Street): Of all the restaurants on this list, Sa Capella is probably the most visually stunning for those who pass through its doors. The main dining area is found in the Romanesque chapel of St Agnes (XVIII Century). On it’s menu you’ll find Meat, fish and vanguard dishes which do not disappoint. Sa Capella is simply one of those restaurants that you have to visit, regardless of its price.
4 Las Puertas del Cielo (Santa Agnes): It’s not the first time that we’ve mentioned this restaurant on this site. Situated at one of the most impressive viewpoints of Ibiza, known to locals as Sa Penya Esbarrada. It is an ideal location to eat during winter, and we strongly suggest sitting at the table that little bit longer to make the most of the spectacular sunsets, or the chance to eat in the open air during the summer. On its menu you’ll find the dishes made with the finest ingredients and with a emphasis on local cuisine.
5 Amante (Sol d’en Serra): Locked away in the rustic setting of Sol d’en Serra bay, Amante is another of those restaurants on the pricier side which deserves at least one visit, so as to enjoy that which surrounds it. Its menu brings together international dishes of various origins, with a certain Mediterranean touch. Only open during the winter and summer months, it’s the perfect restaurant to celebrate any occasion. To guarantee the most romantic of atmospheres, avail of a private table (by reservation only) in a small Bali-style beach hut right by the sea.
Original text by: Alba Garcia