A dish that can be shared, but one you’ll find impossible to do so.
A bowl of flavour and finesse to feast upon.
The extensive sushi offering at Nagai delights all appetites and tastes…
For devotees of celebrated Ibiza restaurant Nagai, it comes as no surprise to hear the World Luxury Restaurant Awards recently crowned the eatery the best Japanese restaurant in southern Europe.
What you see here in the picture is just the beginning, a work in progress… Come Friday July 4, 2014, however, the entire masterpiece by urban artist Fin Dac, covering the entire exterior of Ibiza restaurant Nagai will be complete, and ready to be unveiled to the world.
To celebrate the occasion, Nagai will be hosting a special party, featuring music by Duo Matteo Crocetti and Gabriel de Miranda plus a special suprise guest DJ, a pop-up boutique by Pop-Up Heaven and most importantly, introducing the new menu and dishes for the 2014 season created by head chef Reina Nagai. So many reasons not to miss out!
Celebrate the dawning of a new year in true Ibiza style at Ibiza fusion and sushi restaurant Nagai Ibiza. With a special set menu (including vegan options) or a la carte, plus music and dancing until late, it’s a beautiful cosy environment in which to enjoy the special occasion with family and friends, old and new.
Two menu options are available (in addition to vegan): ‘Umi No Sachi’, featuring miso soup with clams, fish and fennel carpaccio, mixed tempura, assorted sushi and grilled salmon involtini with prawns and mushroom sauce; or ‘Yama No Megumi’, including chicken miso soup, kobe beef tartar, chicken karaage bites, assorted sushi rolls with meat or Nagai chicken rice and beef fagottini with asparagus and French beans. All options include dessert of chocolate fondant with cardamom ice cream, a welcome glass of cava, midnight champagne, coffee and water for just 75€ per person.
The first rule of cooking club is, don’t talk about cooking club. Well, that’s what successful graduates of Ibiza’s cooking classes may say when they wish to pretend their newfound cooking skills came naturally, or those who’ve sampled the delights of a supper club experience and want to keep it their little secret, but we say the second rule of cooking club is ignore rule number one! As Ibiza’s gastronomic reputation continues to grow, with the introduction of winter cooking classes and local celebrity chef dinners, the next Jamie Oliver may just spring forth from our own front yard! Read more
One of the many things I love about Halloween in Ibiza is that I feel like I can get away with saying and doing almost anything, because no one knows your identity! There’s something about being in costume – and indeed, in character – that gives you a sense of freedom and courage, though I guess all the cocktails consumed may have something to do with that too! Read more