Ibiza explores its love of good food with its numerous restaurants which offer visitors
and holiday makers a chance to indulge in dishes that have emerged out of thousands
of years of refinement and betterment. Traditional Spanish cooking is simple and
unpretentious, which lends itself well to many cultural influences that have defined
The Romans incorporated olives, grapes and wine into the kitchen culture of Ibiza,
and the Moors and Arabs have had a big influence too. The Moors introduced sugar
cane and rice, fruits and vegetables, and the system of irrigation allowing the
growth of crops in the hot and dry Spanish climate.
Seafood stews, and dishes blending seafood with meats are common in Catalonia. A
very high quality olive oil produced here is used in many dishes including the famous
Catalan bread. Barbecued meats are also popular in Catalonia and Ibiza in particular.
Ibiza restaurants are ideal for anyone wanting to sample a true taste of Spain and
there are many fine Ibiza restaurants which pride themselves on serving the very
best in Spanish dishes. Whether for high end dining in the grandest scale, indulging
in Catalonian truffles and other renowned delicacies or for a barbecue on the beach
with friends, the Spanish sense of good food is available to all.
As a popular visitor destination, Ibiza Restaurants are of course not just dedicated
to Spanish food, but cater for every taste to satisfy the visitors from around the
globe. There are very well received Chinese, Italian, French, and Indian restaurants
in Ibiza as well as some good food old fashioned British fare served all over the