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La Llama

Housed within the sleek and stylish walls of W Ibiza, Ibiza fine dining restaurant La Llama is a grill-lovers delight.

Photos: Romualdo Abellán & Luana Failla

Tucked away within the trendy walls of W Ibiza, without a doubt Santa Eulalia Bay’s most exciting hotels, La Llama is a fine dining destination that has reinvigorated the resort town’s gastronomic scene. Hidden behind a large sliding door, the subtlety of the Ibiza restaurant’s entrance belies the magic that lies beyond but once inside, the glamorous surroundings – alongside the scent of smoke and the sight of roaring fire – sends the imagination and the tastebuds immediately into a spin.


Your experience begins at The Bridge – the portal between W Ibiza and La Llama – where the contrasting precursor to your night of fiery fine dining (‘la llama‘ is the Spanish term for flame) starts over ice. It’s here you’ll enjoy pre-dinner cocktails, expertly shaken and stirred, before heading along The Bridge runway to reach the sophisticated wooden sliding doors that open to reveal your dining destination.

The grill is the star of the show at La Llama and rightly so – some of the best restaurants in the world lay claim to their titles thanks to the simple but transformative power of a flame, combined with the very best ingredients. And so it is at this Ibiza fine dining restaurant, where local, organic produce provides the foundations for a spectacular dining experience. Here, each and every dish is imbued with evocative flavours and contemporary flair.

As a result, expect the freshest seafood and finest world-cuts of meat at La Llama, all hand-picked and brought to life by a mix of old and new cooking techniques, from the traditional clay Taboon oven to the modern open-flame grill. Savour the intense aromas and spices of the Galician Blond or Michifuku Chile Wagyu, or taste the flavours of Israel in the chef’s twist on H’raime – sea bass in a rich tomato gravy with preserved lemon and charred chilli.

Vegetarian options are available at La Llama too, of course, with the origins and journey of every dish explained in vivid detail. Be sure to try the impressive corn salad, an inspiring merge of Moroccan flavours and Mexican flair, with labneh, chilli, fermented lemon and ras el hanout or the signature potato tortellini with Baerii caviar, Parmigiano Reggiano and taboon roasted leek as a meatless option. Whatever you choose, you’ll be transported to another world as the chefs prepare each plate right in front of your eyes in the Ibiza restaurant’s open kitchen.

The intoxicating experience doesn’t end when the grill’s flames die down, because dessert comes in the form of creamy vanilla profiteroles with wine-poached pears or for a full taste of the East, crisply golden Knafeh. La Llama also boasts one of the island’s largest wine cellars, so settle into a velvet chair, soak up the Mediterranean view, and indulge in every element of this immersive feast for the senses.

Address: Carrer Ricardo Curtoys Gotarredona, 07840, Santa Eulària des Riu, Balearic Islands View on a map
Telephone: +34 871 556 886
Email: [email protected]
Website: lallamaibiza.com