Maymanta

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Peruvian Chef Omar Malpartida opened Maymanta in 2019, but it has already become our first port of call when our tastebuds are something a bit different. You’ll find this exciting new restaurant at the top of the five star Aguas De Ibiza Hotel in Santa Eulalia. The vibrant food, unique tableware and rooftop setting make for a breath-taking sunset dining experience. Maymanta is among the best rooftop dining experiences in Ibiza.

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This Peruvian-inspired menu is full of surprises and is perfect for sharing. From ceviche to flaming dishes cooked in woks, there are plenty of specialities on the menu. Some of our favourite dishes were the Ceviche a la Brasa – Fish of the day with yellow pepper, beer, lime, coriander, chives and corn; Lomo Saltado – Wok fried sirloin with toasted onions, smoked tomatoes, yellow pepper and double cooked french fries. We finished with the refreshing Suspiro Citrus dessert with Passion fruit, meringue, red fruits, and coconut
There are also smaller dishes available at the Pisco bar, such as salmon in Leche de tigre (the Peruvian citrus-based marinade), which go perfectly with the Pisco inspired drinks served by the talented mixologists.

Arrive early and enjoy a walk around Santa Eulalia, you can soak up the atmosphere or pop into one of the port’s many stylish bars, our favourite is Buddha Cocktail Bar. Maymanta also sometimes have a live DJ, keep an eye on their Instagram for details.

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