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As could be envisaged by such a name, a rather grand entrance gives way to an opulent dining area where marble pillars and magnificent ceiling murals provide a neoclassical touch to the Ibiza dining scene. At a guess, this is the closest that Leonardo Di Vinci came to making his mark on the White Isle!
Not to be outdone by the rich décor that is embedded throughout Il Vaticano, the Italian based cuisine is equally as impressive, fitting in perfectly with the given surroundings. It is evident that a great deal of thought has gone into the sourcing of ingredients and preparation of the food; something that is undoubtedly reflected with the fine flavours that are associated with each and every course. The mussels in a white wine and garlic sauce for a starter where both plentiful and superb. For a main, an array of fresh pasta, meat and fish dishes are available, with our advice being to try each and every one of them! If this is unfeasible, then opt for the smoked trout accompanied with potatoes, grilled onions and a balsamic dressing. As far as the deserts are concerned, you should not be far off the mark with the homemade profiteroles but it would be wrong to sway your decision in any way shape or form!
Although an A La Carte menu is available at all times, the set menu that changes daily provides an extremely reasonable and diverse option consisting of a three course meal for €18, with the added extra of wine for €23, or for that special occasion the meal, wine and champagne (not Cava!) for €28. Il Vaticano is open every day of the week from 19:00 – 00:00.