19 Feb 2020

RESTAURANT CAMI DE BALAFIA

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...

13 Aug 2019

Casa Julian

This place is a un-remarkable, easy to miss little restaurant, in little known Tolosa, 28 km inland from San Sebastián. 

Once you find it and walk in you will think you are in the wrong place, You will see an area containing several fridges and a load of crates and are likely to turn around and walk out again until you are greeted warmly and seated in the old fashioned dining room that doesn't look like it's changed much in a century.

The steaks are cooked to order here, in front of every diner.

Topped with a extremely large dose of coarse salt, which is then scraped off before serving (the steaks are n...

28 Oct 2017

RESTAURANTE SALTXIPI  

Chef Jon Ortega is at the stove grilling sensational looking gambas, hake, monkfish, turbot and T-Bone steaks. Famous for its spider crabs which it keeps in the basement this has become a place for trendy thirty something’s. 

Look out for the Ibiza style chill out to be added soon.

The food is traditional so if you order turbot or red sea bream, that its what you get, no extras, but expertly cooked.

The menu is quite spider crab based, but so it should be with such a great product

Starters include

Tortilla de bacalao (salt cod omelette)
Revuelto de ajo fresco y txangurro (scrambled eggs with fresh g...

18 Jan 2017

La Taperia - Mesón del Asador (formally Pulpo y Aparte)

If you are looking for grilled and or octopus in Jerez de la Frontera, this is the place to come.

If you like pulpo (octopus) you will not go wrong in finding this smart little tapas bar. They have different options, from healthy boiled traditional Pulpo a Feira to pan fried versions.

The excellent Pulpo a Feira here is so good you would almost think you are in some little pulpeira in cool Galicia rather then the baking hot sherry town of Jerez de la Frontera.

There are also excellent grilled meats like chuletón de vaca retinta

 or chuletón de buey

Also try Pimentos...

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