A taste of the orient
If you like your cuisine to be of the Asian persuasion, Ibiza’s gastronomy scene is bursting with flavour…
JAPANESE FUSION: NAGAI
Fusing Japanese tradition with Ibicenco charm, Nagai stands out on Ibiza’s renowned San Juan ‘restaurant road’ thanks to a unique urban art installation – a wall-to-wall geisha painting by local artist Findac. Beyond the impressive facade however, lies a feast for all your senses, starting, of course, with taste…
Discerning diners want their food as and when the chef deems it ready, when it’s sizzling fresh off the grill or out of the wok, or when it’s at its most tender, crisp and delicate, as is the tradition in most Asian eateries. In 2015, hot Ibiza restaurant Bambuddha has revamped its menu to reflect these modern mindsets. But never fear – all the MediterrAsian classics remain on the menu, but now they are served in a style designed to share.
ON THE BEACH: FAY RESTAURANT
The latest project by Cotton Beach Club owners Christian and Merete Marstrander, FAY Restaurant brings Asian cuisine to the seaside. Boasting a dedicated Asian hot kitchen plus specialist sushi and sashimi stations, the techniques, produce and flavours used in each dish have been influenced by the world’s best Asiatic chefs and restaurants.
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