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Ibiza Foodie Finds: Where to Eat Like a Local

Updated: Feb 1

Ibiza is known for its vibrant and diverse food scene, offering a variety of international and Mediterranean cuisine. Obviously, local Spanish food is always better.

Where to Eat Like a Local:

Insula Restaurant

Unpretentious and excellent Spanish food. If you don't mind the "bodega vibe" with plastic tables and chairs, this is a must try local place in Santa Eulalia with delicious food. Delicious paella, grilled calamari and my absolute favourite: grilled octopus with a side of patatas a lo pobre. The cherry on top: it's a sea view.

Eat in or takeaway and enjoy it on the beach with a bottle of white wine.

Es Gerret; Ibiza Foodie Finds

A popular seafood restaurant in Sant Antoni, specialised in fresh seafood and traditional Mediterranean cuisine, with a focus on locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant is especially known for its paella and fresh fish dishes.

My favourite here: patatas bravas, fried calamari and the pistachio and strawberry dessert.

Can Jaume Restaurant & Beach Bar Ibiza

Overlooking Cala Vadella beach, Can Jaume offers stunning views of the sea and the surrounding hills. Can Jaume specialises in Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine, with a focus on fresh seafood and local ingredients. The restaurant offers a variety of dishes, including fresh fish, grilled meats, paella, and traditional Spanish tapas.

Explore Ibiza like a local and discover the best places to eat fresh food that won't break the bank either.

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