S'illa des Bosc
However, the classy restaurant of S’illa des Bosc provides an equally strong argument for frequenting this stunning location. The restaurant’s minimalistic yet stylish interior gives way to striking panoramic views out over the Mediterranean, only to be intercepted by the rugged islands upon the horizon. The venue’s décor is smart without going over-the-top, nothing too fancy or boastful, which consequently aids the relaxing ambience in which one can dine.
The cuisine at S’illa des Bosc is delightful; a concoction of some of the finest Mediterranean flavours that are on offer. Packed with fresh and locally sourced ingredients, the menu provides a fine example of the great variety of mouth watering Spanish dishes that can be created. The starters and salads are wonderful (it’s worth noting the extremely generous portions!) but nothing can quite top the restaurant’s signature dish of fresh sea bass cooked encrusted in salt. Succulent and flavoursome – it’s debatable whether it could have been cooked any better. For those who aren’t fish lovers, S’illa des Bosc serve up a number of fine meat dishes, with the suckling pig being particularly worth noting. Not to let the side down, the range of desserts is equally impressive with the unusual Mojito sorbet providing a perfect end to a thoroughly enjoyable night.
Situated 5km out of San Antonio, it is recommended to organise a taxi so that you are able to sample some of the Spanish wines that are on offer, as well as another one of those Mojitos! Booking in advance throughout the peak summer months is advisable, as unsurprisingly the restaurant tends to become quite busy. The only other thing that is of great importance is that you arrive in time to see the sun setting as this is certainly something that you do not wish to miss out on.
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