If you prefer your bling a little more rustic, then La Paloma will dazzle you. This organic hotspot is simple yet chic. The bakery, café and restaurant are each equally popular; choose the sun-drenched terrace in the summer or the dining room with log fire in the winter. If you’re more of a night owl than an early bird then you’ll be seduced by the La Paloma Restaurant, dine inside or underneath the stars.
The staff here are delightful, you immediately feel like you’re part of the family, as intended. Even BarChick wanted a go on the hotstuff bartender who jiggled her goodies whilst making Margheritas, she was pretty merry and sure had it going ooon! La Paloma is a local favourite, it gets busy so if you want to eat then you should book, if not, you’ll see all the bods of Ibiza here, so it’s pretty fun just to hang at the bar and absorb the crazy.
The food is great, the Italian fusion menu is small and skilfully put together by chef Prasuna who developed her passion for cooking from her Mama in Tuscany. Stray cats peruse the garden at all times, but don’t be fooled by the ‘puss in boots’ act, these guys are ghetto and will stop at nothing to get their mits on your meat. You have been warned.