Es Ventall

C/ Cervantes, 22 – Sant Antoni de Portmany

The Es Ventall restaurant is located in Sant Antoni town centre, with two independent entrances (Calle Soledad and Calle Cervantes). The premises are spacious and decorated in a modern style. For more than 35 years, Es Ventall has been preparing the most traditional recipes of Ibizan cuisine. Today, under the leadership of José Miguel Bonet, heir to the family tradition, it offers a menu based on the typical Ibizan cuisine, with a more modern touch but painstakingly respecting the essence of Pityusan cuisine and a using a careful selection of local products and ingredients. Some of the specialities are the various rice dishes and squid with sobrassada. The typical desserts are a must.

Es Ventall
4.6
Based on 1031 reviews
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MariaMaria
01:10 22 Dec 22
This place is amazing!!! Highly recommend. I went there with my husband and we ended up getting the tasting menu along with the wine pairings. It’s a bit of a splurge but you definitely won’t regret it. Their food is superb (definitely one of the innovative restaurants giving you unusually tasty combinations - loved it), service is great, ambiance.. just excellent.
Laura DiamondLaura Diamond
08:40 22 Oct 22
What a charming place! So glad we made the effort to try it! Located on the west side of the island, this is a tiny gem inside of the San Antonio neighborhood. There is indoor and outdoor seating, and outside is right under a large fig tree.The menu is a lovely mix of Spanish delights. They have a daily recommendation menu - with lovely freshly caught fish.A must try are the beets, strawberries and almond cream. It was the most fantastically tasty dish.The staff are very welcoming, and while they could do with a few more of them, the pace of dinner is a relaxed 2-2.5hr meal.Only watch out is parking! Make sure to arrive early as it can take 20min or so to find a spot!
Amy HazeAmy Haze
12:02 15 Jun 22
The setting of the restaurant is unbelievably stunning. The large open kitchen also was a big attraction for me. We had 6 starters, 4 of them were really good (best is artichoke salad) and 4 main. The fish was undercooked in my opinion. The gout was actually a good surprise, great flavour. Paella was also great.We had 2 desserts that sounded weird but ended up to be a smashing success. Fruit curry (yes I know sound weird) and semi liquid almond cake. Staff were mostly friendly.
Joanne McClaffertyJoanne McClafferty
14:05 08 Jun 22
Beautiful restaurant!! Fantastic food, so delicious and the vibe of the place is great, really relaxed beautiful setting. 100% recommend.
Kama KKama K
18:33 05 May 22
OH MY GOD! Poetry on a plate. And art. And just spectacular meal. I am still dreaming about that dinner because hands down it’s making it to the books of the best meals I’ve ever had. Kudos to the team and chefs and fantastic service.The artichoke salad has a perfect combination of flavours, crunch and softness, spice and sweetness and tart flavour. Sea bass tartare melts in your mouth. Beef tartare is actually hard to explain but I wanted another one. We got a daily special off the menu which was some local fish with a zucchini and shrimp tartare — I guess we had a total of 3 that night hahahaha we paired it with grille baby lettuce buds. Fantastic! All that with a bottle of local biodynamic wine that changed its flavour with time.Can’t forget about the dessert. That cheesecake… no words. And also fruit curry? What a fun take on a dish.Truly looking forward to returning here one day again!
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