"Coffee, wines, cocktails and tapas" is the slogan of La Cava Ibiza. What more could you want?
Perhaps it is located in one of the most central and beautiful areas of the city? That enjoy a great atmosphere, whatever time it is?
La Cava meets all those requirements and more. It's found in the middle of Paseo de Vara de Rey and its days and nights are full of life, no matter what time the clockwise.
The place overflows style. Ceramics, wood, designer lamps, sofas that invite you to take a seat ... Without a doubt it is one of those open spaces to live good times.
And if there is something typical in Spain, these good moments are accompanied by better food. Well, in La Cava it is something that also happens. Your letter is composed of snacks to share, the classic but successful Tapas and some creations of the chef to keep in mind. He local product It is one of the main protagonists of its cuisine, although it is not closed to new and exotic flavors either. As soon as you can taste pinchos or tapas such as peasant eggs with potatoes and sobrasada or a Russian salad such as Thai prawns with roasted apple or a peasant chicken shawarma. They say that variety is taste and La Cava is a good example of this.
Of course, they are not missing options for kids of the house or for those who follow a diet Vegetarian or vegan. Moreover, Low Season they prepare an interesting today's menu.
Another of the restaurant's strengths is its large terrace, where they serve breakfast worthy of Reyes. Toasts, pastries, bagels, pancakes, detox juices, energy ... All in a beautiful pedestrian promenade.
To end or start the night, as you look, we advise you to take a look at your letter of Gin tonics and cocktails. Amazing combinations ready to enjoy the intense Ibizan nights. It's more, in winter you can find on the premises Live music performances.
In short, La Cava is one of those places that you discover once and decide never to forget.
We cannot decide between the squid sandwich, the broken eggs with Arbizu chistorra, the Cantabrian salad, the ceviche, the steak tartare or the grilled ribeye.
From 12 to 23 hours in winter.
How to get there
If you take the famous Spain Avenue, follow it in the direction of the Port of Ibiza until you reach the Paseo de Vara de Rey. La Cava is next to what was the old Serra Cinema.