Considered by many to be the best Thai in Ibiza, It's Café Casa Pepe is one such nice surprises that await you on the island, specifically in the Sant Vicent area, in San Juan.
Es Café hides behind it a extensive and interesting history. It is located in a country house built in 1920 by Vicent's great-grandfather, its current owner. Before becoming the Thai restaurant that it is today, it worked like the typical Ibizan town bar, as a little shop, as a restaurant (small pension) and even like post Office in which Vicent's grandfather was the delivery man.
Finally, Vicent and his wife Sunicha decided to open Es Café Casa Pepe. They started by serving sandwiches, sandwiches, tapas and some Thai dish that Sunicha, from Thailand, prepared with love. After a short time, his clients fell surrendered to the recipes of the Asian region, so they decided to dedicate themselves fully to said gastronomy.
Your letter is a tribute to the more traditional flavors of Thai cuisine. Un varied menu, homemade and made from experience in which there is no shortage of a wide range of tasty curries and pad thais. They prepare with beef, pork, chicken, duck, prawns ... Besides, you will find the typical fried / hot rice, rolls, skewers, tempuras or cold / hot contrast salads.
When cooking them right away, at Es Café Casa Pepe they adapt any of their dishes to your tastes. You can turn your pad thai into vegetarian or modify the spicy point without problem. Also, if you don't feel like Thai, they serve a homemade hamburger with country-style bread that will surely catch your attention.
Su terrace it is perfect for summer nights. The little ones also have a park where they will have a great time and, if you want to extend the table, they have ping pong and pool table.
If you decide not to leave home, you should know that they have home service. Call, order and enjoy its rich menu in the comfort of your living room.
La kindness and friendliness with which they serve each of their tables makes you always want to return. Es Café Casa Pepe is undoubtedly a most peculiar place that combines part of Ibiza's culture with irresistible Thai gastronomy. A restaurant where you can stop to enjoy a striking contrast that everyone who visits it likes.
The Thai duck pad cannot be missing from your table and, for dessert, the mango sticky rice!
March, April, September and October from 13pm to 16pm and from 19pm to 22pm. In high season until 23pm.
How to get there
Head towards the municipality of San Juan, towards Cala San Vicente. Two and a half kilometers before reaching the beach you will see the Church of Sant Vicent and the restaurant is just below.