La Paloma

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The motto for La Paloma is ‘Mediterranean food served with love’ and this is precisely what they deliver. Located in the north of the island in the small village of San Lorenzo, La Paloma which opened in 2004, and is now firmly established as one of the best restaurants in Ibiza.  From the moment you arrive, you are treated like part of the family. The restaurant itself is surrounded by orange and lemon groves and the relaxed, casual atmosphere makes you feel as though you are dining in a friend’s garden. We cannot imagine a trip to Ibiza without spending a special summer evening at La Paloma.

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Chez Prasuna passion for Italian food came from cooking with her mum whilst growing up in Tuscany. The preparation of the dishes is all seasonal and use some of the best produce imported from Italy. The restaurant has a farm-to-table ethos (you can see where they grow their vegetables) and every ingredient is carefully considered and thoughtfully sourced.

Paloma Café which opens at lunchtime has a selection of salads, fresh quiches (our favourite), focaccias and much more, with plenty of choices for vegetarians.

In the evening it’s a much more indulgent affair. The menu changes daily, it always includes delicious fresh pasta and risotto dishes, plus meat and fish options, and classic Italian desserts.

La Paloma are also one of the few restaurants to stay open during the winter months in Ibiza, so you can enjoy their food throughout the year. Our favourite time to enjoy the feast is in the beautiful orange grove at sunset starting with an Aperol Spritz – cin cin.

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