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Ibiza restaurants: Passion Café – West side story

The idea to open a Passion Café outpost in San Antonio had been on founder Lana Love’s mind for many years…

Ibiza restaurants: New! The View

The View at Seven Pines Resort Ibiza sets a new benchmark in Ibiza for fine dining.

Ibiza restaurants: New! Los Otros – A one-stop sensual feast

Breathing fresh life into the sleepy village of San Juan, Los Otros is a space designed to satiate all the senses.

Ibiza restaurants: New! Aiyanna Ibiza – Natural beauty

Boasting panoramic views overlooking the Mediterranean, with a contemporary, bohemian vibe punctuated with pops of vibrant colour.

Ibiza restaurants: Salvia at Ca Na Xica – The quest for quality

Once a fiercely guarded secret of guests at Ca Na Xica, in-house restaurant Salvia now opens its big, bright and breezy doors to Ibiza’s foodie set…

Ibiza restaurants: Ceviche Verdé & Ceviche Mexiterraneo at La Mezcalería

Grab a house made corn tortilla chip and scoop into the Ceviche Verdé or Ceviche Mexiterraneo.

Wednesday – Sunday: Sushi & Fusion Dinner at Nagai

Sushi & Fusion Dinner

Take a left turn right after you spot the stunning ‘Geisha Wall’ urban art installation on the San Juan restaurant road to discover Nagai – remaining open until the end of December for dinner from Wednesday to Saturday and Sundays for lunch. Tuck into the finest fusion cuisine and the best sushi this side of Japan, and indulge in delicious bespoke cocktails from the restauarant’s pr mixologists.

Read more & reserve a table at Nagai Ibiza on White Ibiza

7 days a week: Breakfast, lunch & dinner at Wild Beets

Raw, Vegan & Vegetarian Meals

Adding an all-new element to the bustling village of Santa Gertrudis this winter is Wild Beets – a cutting edge concept restaurant serving up the very finest modern, raw, vegan and plant-based cuisine, day and night, breakfast, lunch and dinner, all year round. Whether it’s a juice, sandwich, home-cooked or raw meal you’re after, you’ll find something for everyone on the menu!

Read more on White Ibiza and reserve a table

iPad Magazine exclusive: Back to the future

iPad Magazine exclusive: Back to the future

The location of the famed Playa d’en Bossa beach restaurant that is now Coco Beach has a 30-year history, from its flashy heyday in the ’80s when it was called ‘Rolex Beach’, throughout to a stint as a typical Spanish restaurant in the ‘90s, until it was taken over by much-loved island restaurateur Jimmy Immler (hence the long-term nickname ‘Jimmy’s’) in 2005.

To celebrate 10 years in the location, Coco Beach was given a gorgeous makeover in 2014, however fear not, lovers of Jimmy’s famed international cuisine! The extensive menu (like a bible of cuisine) is as chock-full of classics as ever – with many of Jimmy’s dishes standing the 10-year test of time due to popular demand – with some modern additions and exotic touches bringing it into the future…

Read the full article in White Ibiza’s new Ibiza Gourmet iPad magazine, available for free download from the iTunes App Store.

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