Casa Colonial restaurant in Ibiza

March 9th, 2009 - 5:30 pm Posted in Casa Colonial, ibiza | Comments (2)

casa colonialWe were lucky enough to be allowed a peek into head chef Wolfgang Lettner and his team’s pots and pans at Casa Colonial restaurant in Ibiza – just outside Santa Eulalia. Keep reading to find out what they were dishing up – plus the recipes for the dishes of the day that our reporters spent hours raving on about back in the office until we were all seething with jealousy…

casa colonialTogether with his chefs, Leon and Bjorn, Wolfgang has already invested some time and energy into putting together our gourmet meal: the starter will be a Thai tom ka soup, followed by a Frenchstyle John dory served with an olive piecrust, and finally, a dessert of olive oil ice cream with fresh basil and strawberries. It sounds unusual but delicious, and we’re eagerly anticipating our meal.

You can read the full article together with the recipes here.

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2 Responses to “Casa Colonial restaurant in Ibiza”

  1. chef leon at casa colonial Says:

    thx you for everything

  2. chef leon at casa colonial Says:

    we have new desert like thai creme brule end sorbet champange rose or isla flotante end sorbet de olivas