24 Jul 2020

RESTAURANTE CAN PUJOL

This restaurant is next to the sea, in Cala de Bou, on a stretch of rocky coastline, at the far end of the bay of Sant Antoni de Portmany (San Antonio Abad) but is in the jurisdiction of Sant Josep de sa Talaia (San José).

It started, as a small snack bar over thirty years ago. 

It is nan,a no-frills restaurant, serving superb seafood.

With an open kitchen you can see all the chefs at work.

There is a live tank, where you can choose your lobster if you wish.

You must try El Bullit de Peix con Arroz a Banda de Can Pujol, which is the house classic.

The dish comes in two courses:  A soup-like, firs...

23 Jun 2020

HOSTAL RESTAURANTE CAPRI

Located around 100 metres from the seafront in the little tourist village of Es Pujols, this restuarant/hostal is one of oldest (since 1963) on the island and has always been owned by the same family.

If you are looking for 100% fresh fish, seafood and rice dishes, and a non-hectic, calming place with white tablecloths and pressed napkins in a relaxed atmosphere, where cooks are trained and know what they are doing, well, you have come to the right place. Capri is all about food and service, with no pretence.

The old school staff are really attentive, friendly and professional.

It is in a beauti...

19 Dec 2018

ALQUERÍA EL BROSQUIL

This restaurant is a bit out of the way. You will have to go down an old farm road off of the highway and then turn onto a gravel road that takes you to a car park, inside a beautiful orange grove. 

It is a bit like a farmhouse in the middle of a town and only 15 minutes from the city centre. 

You can have drinks outside on the terrace and take in a bit of the sun, before taking your seats inside.

There is a fun board where you can pop your heads through and take pictures of yourselves as paella chefs.

It is a very charming place. The food was very good and so was the service (we were served by an ex...

12 Apr 2018

Restaurant Cala d'Hort

This mythical restaurant, also known as Ca na Vergera, the nickname of the family that continues to own and work here is one of the last authentic places left in the south of Ibiza. 

In the late sixties, Joan Vergera acquired the land on which the restaurant now stands and built a small hut.

He went fishing with his llaüt (small boat) the "Adolfo" and on his return, his wife Maria cooked what he brought back.

The clientele was composed mainly of other fishermen from the area as tourism had not yet reached Cala d'Hort.

The beach, in fact, was so inaccessible by road that Joan had to bring suppl...

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