One wouldn’t go so far as to say that it feels like Goa, but it certainly doesn’t feel like the centre of San Antonio. Screened from the outside world by green palms, the vast eating area, which is open to the elements, provides a quiet and relaxing environment in which to dine. The authentic Indian music that fills the garden compliments the setting perfectly to complete the ideal ambience.
Enjoy an aperitif from the comfort of the luxurious bed, draped in Indian fabrics and cushions, and then take your seat at a table beneath the stars to enjoy the culinary delights of The Curry Club. The menu is very much what you would expect from an Indian restaurant, and there is an interesting option to choose a selection of recommended dishes, for a minimum of two persons. The cuisine, which includes all the popular choices, is cooked to traditional recipes and to a good standard. It is definitely a case of knowing what you are getting, rather than something more experimental, but that is by no means a negative point to this establishment.
The main course of Lamb Rogan Josh was particularly nice, served with warm Peshwari Naan and al-dente-cooked Pilau Rice. The ingredients tasted fresh and well-prepared, and despite initial disappointment over the portion size, I was left wanting for no more after starter, main course and shared rice and naan. By Ibiza standards the pricing was very fair, with the drinks bill being particularly pleasing come the end of the night. So much so, that the lure of a post-dinner drink on that bed was too good to turn down.