San Antonio has some fabulous 'tucked away' restaurants that produce fine quality cuisine. Restaurant Tapas is one such venue. Located 300 metres up Cami des Reguero (opposite Linekers bar), you will be greeted by a typically Spanish setting where fluttering candles enhance the natural terracotta colour that adorns the large terraced garden. From the Ibizenco artefacts to the locally inspired menu, you don’t have to be a scholar to acknowledge what restaurateurs Angie and Remo are striving to achieve.
The menu consists of both recognisable and more inventive tapas dishes, all cooked to the same high standard. There really is something for everyone at Tapas, such as the baked octopus in a spicy sauce or the aubergine stuffed with lamb and topped with a béchamel sauce; both of which were superb! The only advice that the myIbizaInfo team can give is that you head there on an empty stomach and leave with one significantly more satisfied! As is the case with many tapas restaurants, it is worth ordering a selection of dishes to share, however be aware as there are some extremely filling options that scatter the menu.
Moving into their 7th year now, the restaurant is back to its best after both Angie and Remo took a well earned break during 2008. It shouldn’t be long before the queues start re-forming outside the venue, such is the popularity of Tapas.
Cami des Reguero 4, (Next to tennis club), San-Antonio, 07820View Larger Map
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