IBIZA - SANT CARLES DE PERALTA - RESTAURANT SALVADÓ
An old school Ibicencan fish restaurant in the north of the Island in the area of Sant Carles de Peralta (San Carlos).
Featuring a menu of fresh fish and and rice dishes with a solid wine list and stunning sea views overlooking the little coves of Canal d'en Marti and Pou des Lleó
Any lunch or evening meal at Salvadó is quintessentially Ibicencan and one not to be missed on any trip to Ibiza.
You start with an appetiser of bread, aioli and olives which are of an high quality.
You could try the mejillones picantes (spicy mussels)
Calamare a la plancha (grilled squid)
There are also paellas and other rice dishes.
The house specialty is bullit de peix (a traditional Ibicencan fish, saffron and potato stew).
First course is the fish platter (made up of local rock fish) potatoes and saffron broth.
Rice, crabs, baby squid and mussels are added to the remaining broth and served as a second course.
A spectacular treat for the senses.
Try a flaó (home made flan) or graixonera (a local cinnamon based bread pudding) for dessert.
Finish off with local specialty café caleta (coffee with brandy and spices added), making it rather dangerous.
Tables are shared which adds to the friendly atmosphere.
There is a sense of general humility to basic, good quality food of rice, potatoes, fresh fish and hours of preparation.
After your meal, sit back and relax and enjoy the stunning view.
You can then go for a swim or sunbath and sleep off the meal.
There is also a bar at the back of the restaurant if you just fancy a drink
Service is very good and friendly.
Booking in summer is essential, especially as it’s probably a long drive from where you may be staying.
Carrer Cala Pou de Lleó, Sant Carles de Peralta, Santa Eulària des Riu +34 971 18 78 79
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