Ibiza has a reputation as a foodie’s paradise, and it’s no surprise given the plethora of beautiful beach restaurants, rustic-chic countryside eateries and sunset dining hotspots on offer. But how do you narrow down the options when planning your dining schedule? First, make your way through the island’s most famous dishes, those that inspire holidaymakers to return each year to re-savour the flavour…

The classic holiday dish of the Spanish paella is presented at its finest in Cala Jondal hotspot Yemanja, while a variation on the theme, Buillit de Peix – a traditional Ibicenco fish stew with rice and potatoes – is the only dish served up daily at El Bigote in Cala Mastella. Carnivores may prefer to note, the legendary solomillo (beef fillet) at Km5 is flown in directly for your tastebud’s pleasure from Argentina, while the mouth-wateringly delicious suckling pig at iconic San Antonio restaurant Sa Capella must be ordered a day prior to your reservation to ensure it is slow-cooked to perfection.

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