If you fancy something big and meaty in the evening, (sorry vegetarians but this is probably not for you!) drive up restaurant road, officially known as Carretera San Joan de Labritja, (it‘s the second to last restaurant on the left, on the stretch of road going to the village of San Joan de Labritja from Eivissa (Ibiza Town). If you count down the kilometre roadside posts, it is at 15.4km.
Here, you will find Camí de Balàfia, which is set back off the main road opposite Ca Na Pepeta, which is also good.
This restaurant represents the real Ibicencan (even hippy) spirit of Ibiza. You eat...
This little restaurant was the second traditional place we visited on our short trip to Lisbon.
You need to walk past all the aggressive street touts who stand with their menu with pictures of food in this street and find this restaurant, which is at the end of Rua dos Correeiros. It can be hard work, making your way up the Rua dos Correeiros, even if you avoid any eye contact, you will have a menu thrust under your nose. Fortunately, if you are coming from the Praça do Comércio end of the street, this is the first restaurant you will encounter.
Once there you will find a very classic small restaurant with a...
We went to three restaurants on our short trip to Lisbon to watch the Benfica v Manchester United Champions League match. Two are traditional and one a modern take on Portuguese cuisine. The first was the very traditional
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This is a hidden restaurant on the outskirts of Monsanto, where you can enjoy delicious traditional Portuguese cuisine, and where, in Lisbon, some of the best grilled fish is served.
It as been a family business for three generations and is in a remote run down residential area in Buraca, it is not easy to find and definitely off the tourist track. Even the taxi’s with satnav still...
We had driven past the sign for Asador Izaskun lurking above the trees on the motorway the day before and I said to friends in the car that looks like it could be a nice restaurant. Without realising, this was to be our third and final restaurant visit on our short trip to Sax in Alicante to visit our friend Howard Goldsmith.
On arrival we found a restaurant set in beautiful surroundings with manicured gardens.
We where taken to a large dinning room with large window views to the gardens.
The restaurant can be used for large banquets, weddings etc.
The restaurant is Basque influenced and specialises in gri...
This is one of the most historic northern Ibiza restaurants. It is run by two sisters, Carmen and Lucia and dates from 1972. It is located in the basement of the family home and in the shaded planted back garden.
The outdoor, partly covered seating is beautiful, full of green plants and if you come early you have a great choice of seating. There are big, long tables for families or a romantic small table set up in one of the hidden corners.
On colder days you'll find a cosy spot inside the restaurant itself which has a great log fire off season.