For those in Ibiza on a budget, a great way to get a great value meal is to have the “Menu of the Day” or Menu Del Dia.
The history of the Menu Del Dia goes back all the way to Franco times. It was implemented in the early 60s to give the workers an affordable, filling lunch for a great price.
In more modern times, with the worldwide financial crisis it has again come back into favour, with both workers and visitors to Ibiza and Spain as a whole.
Nanjoes offers you a spicy summer in San Antonio Ibiza by opening their first Piri Piri Chicken restaurant in the town and it’s on FIRE!
Brought to you by Joe and Tash from The Fish Ibiza, Nanjoes was originally their Wednesday Piri Piri chicken night which became so successful it was wanted more than just one night a week.
So Nanjoes was born – a dedicated restaurant offering a spicy summer 7 days a week with chicken based dishes alongside veggie and vegan options all with added spice. Read more
Just a few steps away from Cala de Bou, nestled a little way back from the beach you will find Relish Restaurant & Lounge Bar in the Bay of San Antonio.
With a large indoor seating area including a small snug, a long bar for cocktails, a covered terrace with views over the beach and an outdoor terrace complete with pool, this restaurant is an ideal spot to recharge your batteries after a long night partying or a long day at the beach.
From a quick lite snack to a fully indulgent meal there is something for everyone on the menu, and for those missing a little taste of home they also do incredible Sunday Roasts. Read more
Located in the beautiful and picturesque village of San Carlos is Bar Anita which has its roots firmly set in the modern history of Ibiza.
It is one of the oldest bars on the island and is famous for its post boxes and the artwork which adorns its walls and is often referred to as the original hippy bar.
Today the bar is like stepping back in time of ibiza modern history as you walk through its tree covered courtyard with wooden furniture and through its doors into the main restaurant. Read more
Whether you are on holiday in Ibiza or working a summer season occasionally you get a little homesick and yearn for something you know and love from back home.
Well yearn no longer – we bring you a little taste of home from GB Street Eats, San Antonio Ibiza where many of your favourite dishes from back home are served up daily.
Being a take away the choice is as you would expect inc kebabs, chips +curry sauce and everything in between, however. Read more
This week sees the start of the 6 week long Pintxa Food Festival San Antonio, a celebration of small edible delicacies – the Pintxo.
The event runs from the 9th of March until the 13th of April held on each Thursday between 8pm and midnight.
Participating restaurants and bars produce a small delicacy Pintxo – a skewer or a delight on bread for €2.50 or a larger tapas for €4.50 both include a beer or a glass of wine. Read more
Palapa Ibiza is the newest bar to open in San Antonio and takes pride of place on the waterfront by the harbour.
The building which has lain abandoned for a couple of years has been taken over by Grupo Mambo, owners of the famous Cafe Mambo.
In recent weeks the venue has been transformed and re-branded as Palapa Ibiza, which literally means a tropical open-sided bar or restaurant. Read more
Healthy eating is now even easier in San Antonio as the fantastic Skinny Kitchen has spread its wings and opened a second restaurant within the town.
Located beside the marina, it is the last restaurant before you reach the breakwater as you make your way from the waterfront towards the Sunset Strip. It offers the same healthy eating philosophy but now with added views out across the marina of San Antonio.
Built on the premise of Eat Clean Rave Dirty the Skinny Kitchen has been a revelation since opening in 2014 in the West End in San Antonio, (read our review here) offering the health conscious tourist an alternative from the usual eateries that offer sugar loaded beverages and high sugar but low fat dressings on salads. Read more
Located within walking distance of San Antonio’s main beach, Tapas Ibiza is set away from the promenade down a rather dark and slightly imposing road (behind Linekers Bar) which takes you to another world of San Antonio.
Firstly it’s extremely peaceful despite being just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of San Antonio. Even on nights where they are full to bursting, everyone seems to talk inhushed tones enjoying the peace and serenity of the venue that helps makes the atmosphere simply perfect. Read more
Positioned overlooking S’Arenal beach in San Antonio, Ibiza Rocks Bar is one of those pleasant surprises which many people, of our age especially, will walk past thinking it’s not for them. But how wrong they would be.
Full of bikini / short wearing youngsters, we passed this several times on our first visit to Ibiza without giving it a second thought and it turns out we missed out on some of the best freshly cooked food in San Antonio and the most delicious milkshakes ever. Read more