By Orosol | On 30 October, 2012 In Gastronomy, Places of interest, Restaurants
The island of Ibiza attracts thousands of travellers every year for the beauty of its landscape, its people and cultural traditions received throughout its history. Customs that have left a mark on the Ibizan cuisine.
Ibiza’s cuisine is Mediterranean, varied and unique. Rich in aromas and flavours that will seduce the senses. Traditional cuisine using local, natural and seasonal products structured into nutritious and simple dishes that combine imaginative products from farms and sea.
Dishes and recipes based on the Mediterranean trilogy: wheat, wine and olive oil. In addition to applying inherited cooking techniques that still apply: salting, drying and pickling fish, vinegar as a preservative, aromatic herbs, spices and salt that improved the menu. Exquisite speciality rices and paellas based on fish, seafood and meat stews that combine meat and vegetables, vegetable dishes, meat and fish fritters, baked fish and meats.
Three traditional Ibizan restaurants.
Es Rebost de Can Prats Restaurant
Located in the centre of San Antonio in an old house. Es Rebost de Can Prats serves traditional cuisine prepared with fresh, serving seasonal home-made dishes. The menu includes many typical dishes: Crostes and dried fish salad, fried octopus, meat rice, fried pork, raw squid.
Ca´s Pagès Restaurant
Located in a house along the road from Sant Carles. Ca’s Pagès maintains a family and friendly atmosphere where the main attraction is a large charcoal grill where they prepare succulent grilled meats. You can also enjoy tasty pork or pork cooked in a wood oven on the outdoor terrace.
Es Pins Restaurant
An authentic establishment located near the village of Sant Llorenç. The menu includes simple, well-cooked dishes.: Rice with seafood, grouper, sirvia or frilled John Dory, Guisat of peix, they even make their own bread and desserts.