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Bambuddha Grove Restaurant, Ibiza – A dynasty in the making

July 6th, 2009

john moonThe indomitable John Moon of Bambuddha Grove restaurant fame has finally handed over the reins of this temple to his son Jonjon. His retirement, after ten years building this little Ibiza country restaurant into the iconic location it has become, will free him to return to his original passion, which is travelling.

Born during the second World War in Blitz Britain to a Liverpool-Irish mother and Greek Cypriot father he never stayed long enough anywhere to put down roots, emigrating first to South Africa, then travelling through much of the rest of that continent before discovering India. His travels took him further, to the Golden Triangle and on to Japan. Australia was next, followed by Goa then the US coast to coast road trip along Route 66.

Then the Hippy Trail from the West Coast to India and Bali via Ibiza became popular and these venues became the hip places to party – a playground for hippies where anything goes… Opting for Ibiza as the more sensible of the three options for raising his young son, John went into business with an exwife and her boyfriend running a small restaurant on the San Juan road called ‘Buddha’s Bar’. Unsurprisingly the partnership broke up and John was left with the debris. Thus was Bambuddha born.

bambudhha grove, ibizaThe years of graft ahead might have deterred a less determined man, but John fought his way through the completion of the ambitious building plans, dogged by financing issues and inexperience to finally blossom like a Lotus flower. Oftentimes people stood by waiting for this house of cards to collapse. They were rewarded by the most elegant of Thai restaurants housed in a temple imported from Thailand and painstakingly reconstructed by imported Thai craftsmen. Upon entering they would be greeted by a smiling, congenial John and his fastidious team of staff.

John’s first observation when asked how things were going this year is, “Good – I’ve managed to keep all of the staff from last year!”. Looking around it’s hard to believe that anybody would want to leave such a stunningly beautiful working environment. It would appear though that John himself has had enough, which brings us to Jonjon…

jonjonJonjon is a child of Ibiza. Brought up in the eclectic style of Ibiza life with its chaotically entertaining summer season and quiet reflective winters. One of the more depressing aspects of Ibiza life is the high incidence of fatal traffic accidents on the island roads. This has been addressed over recent years but, unfortunately, Jonjon was an innocent victim of one that almost cost him his life a little under a year ago.

Initially doctors predicted that he would be paralysed from the chest down, but they hadn’t reckoned with Jonjon’s exceptional spirit. He is now able to stand on his feet and, although he is not yet able to walk, he still has high hopes of being able to get there through lots of hard work with physiotherapy. Jonjon adjusted his temporary new life to his situation and became surprisingly stronger through it.

Jonjon explains, “Since partying and chasing around the island to the clubs with my mates isn’t an option for the time being, I’m focusing on the restaurant and the skills that I need to take over from my dad – in order to maintain his extraordinary record of success. This actually helps me to divert my mind from my predicament and keeps me positive.” ‘Positive’ is definitely the adjective to describe Jonjon as we discuss the potential of stem cell treatment to eventually cure the problems posed by a broken spine.

With regard to the restaurant and its future under his guidance, he reflects upon the lessons learnt by his father. Of dealing with the crazy expectations of his father’s earlier social circle and the mission to make the restaurant a feature of every visitor’s holiday to Ibiza, rather than the crazy parties of days gone by. The impression is that this is another example of the next generation being more sensible than the previous and catering not just for the aging generation, but preparing for those that follow- of whom he is representative.

All in all it appears that the stage has been set for John to continue on his mission to see the Amazon rain forests and the few remaining deserts that he hasn’t yet crossed…

All that remains is to wish the pair well with their new responsibilities. The new guardian of the temple known as Bambuddha Grove looks well capable of turning this project into a dynasty.

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Casa Piedra Restaurant, Cala Llonga, Ibiza

June 16th, 2009

casa peidra, ibizaCasa Piedra is an innocuous but beautiful little restaurant, just 100 metres from the turning into Cala Llonga, on the old Ibiza – Santa Eulalia coastal road past the golf course, has emerged from the Spring like one of those June explosions of butterflies.

The dozen or so tables are tastefully set out in the fresh air of a lovely garden featuring a central mature olive tree, orange and lemon trees and even a grapefruit tree. It forms the perfect location to enjoy fine dining in a lush sunset environment.

casa peidra, ibizaThe tables are resplendent amongst the greenery with their pristine linen and the raison d’etre for all of this is the cuisine of new chef, Matt Hatton. Matt, from Yorkshire, cut his teeth in the multi-cultural Australian melting pot and soon became an afficiando of international cuisine.

Subsequently he honed his skills working alongside a Michelin star cast, at the Volvo Masters Golf tournament and an inspirational service at the Michelin three starred La Pergola in Rome.

casa peidra, ibizaThe couple behind this coup, and the restaurant’s unique ambience, are Ken and Louise Wells who retired to Ibiza in 2007 after 28 years running pubs and restaurants in the UK. A well earned retirement beckoned, but when Casa Piedra, their favourite local restaurant, became available they couldn’t resist the temptation of taking over such a little gem.

Almost coincidentally, they have been regular holiday visitors for the past 27 years. So smitten were they by the island that they bought property here 15 years ago. It all goes to show that distant dreams do sometimes come true.

casa peidra, ibizaTheir comment on the new venture: “We’ve created an evening eating experience for all nationalities to join our multi-cultural clientele in enjoying a truly international menu in the ambience of the garden, or the terrace overlooking the lemon grove.”

Bookings are encouraged as it is restaurant policy never to hurry people from their tables…
An extremely satisfactory evening can be acquired simply by ringing 971 196 558

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Ibiza Restaurant news for May

May 4th, 2009

Taste in Jesus

taste, jesusTaste is the name of this new garden restaurant which is definitely worth a visit. It is located just five minutes away from Ibiza town on the road from Jesus to Cala Llonga at kilometre 0.6. It used to be known as Tu Casa, but is now called Taste. Now this rustic establishment with its gorgeous garden is being run by Petra Flenter and Hans Molkenboer, both from the Netherlands. These two inveterate restauranteurs have run a variety of establishments back in their home country – and for many years have been attracted by Ibiza’s relaxed atmosphere. Several months ago they decided to take the plunge, to move to Ibiza and start a new restaurant.

The new interior of the restaurant is modern and warm and the garden is as gorgeous as ever. The guests enjoy relaxed jazz-lounge music and the nighttime chill-out flair for which Ibiza is so famous. The kitchen offers fresh Mediterranean dishes in a modern style with tasty nuances from around the world. Among other things they recommend the giant prawn tempura with chilli marmalade or the grilled vegetables with Mahon cheese and balsamic vinegar. They have an excellent selection of Cavas and wines and the service is easy going and professional. Over the next few weeks they are also offering “fixed menus”, however, guests can also always order ‘a la carte’ or from the selection of daily specials. Restaurant Taste, Carretera Jesus-Cala Llonga at kilometre 0.6.

Flamingo Grill, Es Canar

flamingo grillFans of top quality meat and large portions will be enthusiastic that the Flamingo Grill in Es Canar is open again, and there are two pieces of good news that come with this announcement – well, perhaps three. The prices at the restaurant have not changed a cent, there is a fixed menu for 25 euros per person that changes monthly (glass of Cava, alioli and bread, small soup, salad, sorbet, fillet of beef with baked potato and dessert) and, last but not least, the famous Kobe/Wagyu beef is now a permanent fixture on the menu. Readers may recall that we tried the Kobe/Wagyu beef for the first time during the Ibiza NOW gourmet meeting at the Flamingo Grill last year.

Donja and Klaus are famous for their excellent meat dishes and friendly service and the meats, whether beef or pork, rabbit, chicken or skewers of the same, are all prepared on the big BBQ in the garden over very special wood. We find the Flamingo Grill to be one of the best places for meat on the island. Donja and Klaus also received an honour recently: Holiday Check chose their connected hotel as having one of the best price-performance ratios in the whole of Spain. You can find the Flamingo Grill in Es Canar on the left-hand side when you come from Santa Eularia past Cala Martina and the Hippy Market site. Follow the narrow road in and then just follow your nose.

Chiang mai, Santa Eularia and Eivissa

chiang maiAppetite for a delicious Thai meal during your lunch break? Then the Chiang mai restaurants in Santa Eularia or Ibiza town are the right place for you. In May both locations are offering a fixed lunch menu for 11,95 euros. Now a drink and dessert are both included in the price, meaning you are getting even more for your money of the same quality that we’ve come to expect.

Guests can choose from four appetisers and five main dishes. Desserts include lychee fruits or ice cream. If you don’t want a dessert you can substitute a coffee, naturally free of charge and if you prefer to eat at home or back in the office you can also get the lunch menu and drink to take away. In the evenings the menu offers a wider pallete of exotic specialities that will make you feel as if you’re in Thailand.

The addresses: Santa Eularia – Passatge Molins de Rei; Eivissa – Calle Sant Cristofol 20, Local 4b, Torre des Limoner.

La Vineria in Jesus

la vineriaThe exceptional Italian Trattoria del Mar restaurant on the Marina Botafoch now has a sister establishment. At the start of April this family owned business opened a second location in the heart of Jesus, with a view of the village church directly opposite, called La Vineria. As you might already guess from the name, wine fans will be well served here. Their 14 page menu includes about a hundred different wines – it’s almost a book of wines. Naturally they include Ibicencan wines from Can Rich on their solid wood shelves, but wine fans who like variety in their drink will find a number of wines that cannot be found in other island restaurants.

In culinary terms La Vineria complements the Trattoria del Mar. The kitchen has focusedon a selection of small meals for in-between and tapas with an Italian flair: rocket salad with gambas and Parmesan cheese, bruchettas topped with freshly prepared vegetables (warm or cold), Parma ham as an alternative to the local Serrano and Ibérico varieties. “The quality is just as high as in the Trattoria, however, La Vineria is a more urbane place to go out,” say Linda and Gabriele, who cheerfully take care of their guests. Simply stop by and check it out! La Vineria, Calle Cap Martinet 3, Jesus (Santa Eularia), telephone: 971 19 18 27. Open daily (except Sundays) continuously from 1 am to midnight

El Pato, Santa Gertrudis road

el patoAfter a long break El Pato is throwing open its doors again on May 15th. Fans of the best cuisine and good wines will be pleased as El Pato, under the direction of head chef Matthias, is regularly chosen by restaurant critics as one of the best venues on Ibiza. The comfortable atmosphere and charm of the 300 plus year old finca works its magic as well as the gorgeous garden during the summer. Beneath palms and between blossoms the tables, with their white tablecloths, are a wonderful place to enjoy a meal and drinks.

The menu of the restaurant will again be offering market fresh specialities, including high quality fish and, naturally, duck – which is hardly surprising since El Pato means duck. The restaurant is open daily (except Mondays) from 7:30pm. El Pato is located together with Ars Vivendi on the road from Eivissa to Santa Gertrudis. The guests of both restaurants will be celebrating a big party together in the second half of May

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Ibiza restaurants for Christmas and New Years Eve

December 4th, 2008

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Long, cosy winter evenings are best spent enjoying yourself in the company of great people. So the island’s restaurants are putting on a whole range of festive menus and programmes that are every bit as colourful as Ibizan culture itself. We’ve put together 13 tips to help our readers to make the most of the festivities – whether they’re looking for exclusive cuisine or rustic fare and prefer a calm location or a place brimming with the holiday spirit.
Have fun – and bon appetit!

ars vivendiArs Vivendi

Gourmet food lovers know that Ars Vivendi has long been the place to spend Christmas and New Year on the island. This year manager Mattias will once again be serving up a range of delicacies to get your mouth watering.

Here’s an excerpt from the menu on offer: on Christmas Eve and other Yuletide holidays, you will be served a four course dinner with foie gras, strudel with quince puree, caramelised apples and pomegranate molasses: the menu also offers fillet of turbot in champagne sauce on a bed of winter greens, Iberico fillet wrapped in ham and served with a cherry sauce and a chanterelle mushroom puree.To follow, you can enjoy a honey and poppy seed parfait with spiced oranges.

The entire menu is available from 1 p.m. for 34,50 euros. Ars Vivendi will be seeing in the New Year with a seven course menu that includes veal consomme with truffle ravioli, scallops with Iberico ham, monkfish with grilled langoustine, fillet of steak with an armagnac and pepper sauce and white chocolate and rose petal ice cream with marinated raspberries. The menu will be served from 7.30 p.m. for 74 euros a head. The restaurant will be open on New Year’s Day from 5 p.m.

Located on the road from Eivissa to Santa Gertrudis, 300 metres after the Eivissa-Sta. Eularia junction on your left
Call iphone 971 19 17 89 to book a table

bistro del marBistro del Mar

A sunny day in December is a great time to take a walk through the Santa Eularia marina and if you don’t feel like slaving away over the stove this Christmas or New Year, you can stop off at Bistro del Mar to, for example, enjoy a dinner of turkey with red cabbage and mashed potatoes. But there’s plenty of seasonal cheer to be had in the run-up to Christmas, too.

From 7th December, the restaurant will be catering for early birds every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. A DJ will be playing classic hits and customers are encouraged to hit the dance floor. The daily lunch menu (priced from 7,50 euros) is available throughout December.

A big party is planned to welcome in the New Year: On New Year’s Eve, you can enjoy great music at the Bistro del Mar and dance your way into next year. A cold buffet will be served, plus champagne so that you can clink glasses with your fellow revellers at midnight. Just to make sure that everyone survives the happy event, a hearty Serbian style soup will be served as the night wears on. The restaurant is open all day on New Year’s Day.

in Santa Eularia marina
Call iphone 971 33 86 51 to book a table

cafe sidneyCafe Sidney

A Christmas and New Year’s buffet and a party on New Year’s Eve: Cafe Sidney has a lot on its plate for this festive season. This goes for both Cafe Sidneys: the one in Botafoch marina and the one in Santa Eularia. On Christmas Day, 25th December, Cafe Sidney in Ibiza’s marina will be serving up a generous Christmas brunch.

On Christmas Eve they’ll be open during the day. On Wednesday, 31st December, the big New Year’s Eve party kicks off with music and plenty of surprises. Foodwise, you can look forward to a real feast with several courses. You can pick your starters and desserts from the buffet and select a main course from the menu. Dinner starts at 8 p.m.

On 1st January, New Year’s Day, Sidney will be ringing in the new with a hearty buffet that will chase away any hangovers from the night before. The buffet opens at midday. Cafe Sidney in Santa Eularia will be open to early birds looking for some pre-Christmas cheer on Wednesday, 24th December. This will be followed by a Christmas dinner menu on 25th December. On Wednesday, 31st December, the New Year’s Eve party will get into the swing of things in Santa Eularia, and a buffet will also be served on New Year’s Day. If you plan to stop by at either of the Sidneys, we strongly recommend booking in advance.

in both Botafoch marina and Santa Eularia harbour
To book a table call iphone 971 19 22 43 (Botafoch),
and iphone 607 89 46 73
or iphone 971 33 22 14
(in Santa Eularia)

bistro magnusBistro magnus

Magnus feels that a gourmet dinner is to Christmas and New Year’s Eve what a Christmas tree is to the festive season. This year, the restaurant in Botafoch marina will be offering some great meals over the holidays, including stuffed Christmas goose and roasted venison, as well as fillet of perch and beef broth with home-made ravioli.

On New Year’s Eve, the gourmet menu will include beef carpaccio, venison goulash and Muscovy duck a l’orange. The live band, “The Beat Brothers”, will ring in the New Year – and the New Year’s Eve festivities tend to go on till dawn. We recommend calling to book a table, particularly around Christmas and New Year. The restaurant will be open daily from midday to midnight during the holiday season, and until 8 p.m. on Christmas Eve. After 1st January, it will open from 3 p.m.

In Botafoch marina
Please call iphone 971 193 759 to reserve a table.

cana sofiaCana Sofia

New Year’s Eve on the beach: if this is your dream, then Cana Sofi a, located in Cala Vedella in the west of Ibiza, is the place to go. To mark the end-of-year festivities, this gourmet restaurant is holding a large New Year’s Eve dinner that includes lobster, jabugo ham, seafood, goose liver parfait, sea bass, suckling pig from Avila, plus a dessert.

The entire menu costs 97,50 euros and comes with musical accompaniment by a live band. Traditional Spanish cotillon bags, filled with confetti, masks and paper chains, will be distributed as part of the New Year’s celebrations and let’s not forget the obligatory grapes to welcome in the New Year. If you want to pay Cana Sofia a visit over Christmas or on any other day this December, the restaurant will re-open on 4th December on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from midday to 5 p.m. and on Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays from midday to 5 p.m. and from 6.30 to 11 p.m.

During the Christmas and New Year period, Cana Sofi a will be open on 25th and 31st December, as well as on January 1st.

Cala Vedella
Call iphone 971 808 273 or iphone 679 465 744 to book a table

cardamom clubCardamom Club

You might think that Christmas markets with mulled wine and twinkling lights are more likely in places like the UK, but now the Cardamom Club, the Indian restaurant in Santa Eularia, has taken up the tradition and organised a real Christmas party. During the day, the finca’s annex will host an arts and crafts fair where visitors can shop for original Christmas gifts.

They will also have the chance to refresh themselves with small snacks, a lunchtime special, or a glass of mulled wine. Santa will be on the scene to keep the kids happy. “The place is going to be full of Christmas spirit,” promises Navine Kumari, who runs the Cardomom Club with Craig Colligan. From 7.30 p.m. a DJ will be at the decks to play a selection of music while guests can order dishes from the menu. It looks as if the Christmas party will be taking place on 21st December, but the date couldn’t be confirmed as we went to press.

The restaurant will be closed on Christmas Day itself. However, you can still hire rooms for private functions with catering. For New Year’s Eve, the Cardamom Club is planning a party with a DJ, drinks and snacks from 8 p.m. onwards – followed by cava and grapes at midnight. The party is designed as a family event. Anyone who is interested in finding out more should give the restaurant a call this December and ask for Navine.

“La Posada” country house Santa Eularia,
To reserve a table at the restaurant, call iphone 971 33 00 17
For more information about Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties or catering services,
call iphone 696 77 39 84

casa colonialCasa Colonial

For many years, Casa Colonial, the restaurant on the road from Eivissa to Santa Eularia, has been considered one of the island’s most attractive locations. This gorgeous finca is well worth a visit during the festive season too. On 24th December Chef Wolfgang will be serving a five course dinner with a festive flavour. There will be a choice of two main courses, which will be kept secret until the very last minute. The whole meal will set you back 58 euros and will be served from 7 p.m. onwards.

On Christmas Day and Boxing Day, Casa Colonial will be keeping up the pace. That means that you can either opt for the Christmas menu mentioned above or order ‘a la carte’ on 25th and 26th December from 7 p.m. We recommend booking in advance to secure a table on any of these days. The restaurant will be outdoing itself on New Year’s Eve: from 8 p.m. onwards, it will be serving a seven course menu for 78 uros, followed by grapes at midnight, as well as a fireworks display and New Year’s Eve ball to welcome in the coming year.

Incidentally, the dancing will start long before midnight and if you manage to last until the early hours, breakfast will be served at 8 a.m. You will have to book in advance for the New Year’s Eve menu, but anyone who happens to be in the neighbourhood and in the mood is welcome to attend the New Year’s Eve ball.

Ctra. Santa Eularia, km 2
Call iphone 971 33 80 01 or iphone 646 377 695 to reserve a table

el comodinEl Comodin

Christmas goose fans will feel right at home in El Comodin. Head chef Frank will be serving up the traditional dinner from 7 p.m. on the evenings of 25th and 26th December. You will have to reserve a table in advance as Frank needs to know when to fire up his oven. You can also order ‘a la carte’, if you prefer and this means choosing from plenty of game dishes all through December and January – dishes such as wild boar, hare and venison.

Again, we strongly recommend booking in advance. Apart from this, it will be business as usual at lunchtime (1 to 4 p.m.) on the 25th and 26th. The same goes for Christmas Eve, though the restaurant will be closed in the evening. On 31st December, El Comodin will be open for lunch from 1 to 4 p.m. and for dinner from 7.40 p.m. A four course menu with cava and grapes will be served to see in the New Year. Please book in advance if you want the four course menu. El Comodin will also be offering a takeaway service for residents that evening. On New Year’s Day, the restaurant will be open at lunchtime only.

Can Furnet
Please call iphone 971 190 769 to make a reservation

brisa de la marBrisa de la Mar

Traditional seasonal cuisine typical to the islands and your feet in the sand as you survey the blue sea and sky that serve as wallpaper at this chiringuito on Cala Pada beach. They’re open every day from noon till dusk and the dishes you’ll find on your visit include: Cochillo al Horno, Ternera asado con setas, Cordero al Horno, Ganso tradicion Navidad, Pato Pekin & Pescado de la Isla al Horno.

Alternatively if you and your party require something special all you have to do is ask beforehand. This popular restaurant asks that you reserve for group bookings as space inside is limited if the weather proves to be inclement.

Cala Pada beach
Call iphone 971 330 826 for reservations and requests for special orders.


Madrigal sets a lot of store by tradition, particularly around Christmas, which is why they are inviting you to join them for a Christmas lunch on 24th December from midday onwards. As usual – and talk about a great custom – it will be serving lentil stew with mulled wine. There’s no need to call ahead to reserve a table.

The festive programme continues on 25th and 26th December. On both days, you will have two Christmas menus to choose from. Just to whet your appetite, here’s a taster of what will be on offer: Menu 1 (priced at 43 euros) consists of goose liver parfait, roast fattened goose and pumpkin mousse: Menu 2 (for 59 euros) offers you home-cured salmon, consomme a la Lady Cruzon, venison steak and pannetone parfait. The restaurant is open on 25th and 26th December from 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. for lunch and from 7 p.m. to midnight for dinner.

Madrigal will also be serving a special menu on New Year’s Eve. However, we hadn’t received the details as we went to press. You should try to make a reservation for Christmas or New Year. The restaurant will be open next year from 1st January. For opening hours, please contact the restaurant.

Madrigal in Botafoch marina
To reserve a table, call iphone 971 311 107.

restaurant martinaRestaurant Martina

Over Christmas and the New Year Jose Ferrer’s Restaurant Martina will be doing business as usual. The restaurant near the Punta Arabi club, on Cala Martina beach near Es Canar, will be open to customers throughout the Christmas period, as well as on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. In other words, it will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

It won’t be serving any special Christmas or New Year’s menus, but there are plenty of dishes to choose from on the menu. So if you happen to be taking a walk along the beach at Cala Martina with your family, friends and dog, you can stop off for a coffee and a bite to eat whenever you fancy – or to treat yourself to something a little different on Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve…

Cala Martina beach between Santa Eularia and Es Canar.
To make a booking, call iphone 971 33 87 45


Sunseabar in Santa Eularia harbour is ready for New Year’s Eve – it will be putting on a hearty breakfast the next day to fend off any hangovers. As always on New Year’s Day, it will be sticking to its motto that “if it’s fish, it’s our dish”. “Basically just what you need to get back on your feet after an alcohol fuelled New Year’s Eve party,” explains manager, Christiane.

Everyone knows that pickled or fried herring, trout and prawn cocktail always taste twice as good after a long night’s partying. In keeping with German tradition, the restaurant will also be serving New Year’s doughnuts and Munich sausage and if the sun decides to come out to play, you’ll even be able to sit out on the Sunseabar’s terrace and take in the healthy sea breeze. The restaurant will be closed on 24th and 31st December: otherwise it will be open from midday onwards.

Santa Eularia harbour
Reservations can be made by calling iphone 971 31 90 24

trattoria del marTrattoria del Mar

Would you like to find out more about traditional Neapolitan Christmas fare? If so, you should stop off at the Trattoria del Mar in Botafoch marina over Christmas. Head chef Luciano is guaranteed to have plenty of culinary surprises up his sleeve – dishes cooked from recipes that have been in his family for generations, such as smoked salmon with goat’s cheese and herbs, home-made cannelloni in a clam, calamari and chick pea stock, or stuffed tortellini in beef broth.

The restaurant’s staples are also pretty tempting. Luciano recommends trying the spaghetti with clams, or veal cutlet in truffle sauce. The desserts are just as full of the Christmas spirit. On New Year’s Eve, the trattoria crew are planning a celebratory dinner menu. The view of the harbour and the floodlit old town from the restaurant add romance. Contact the restaurant for more information about the New Year’s Eve menu. Tables must be booked in advance.

Botafoch Marina
Call iphone 971 19 39 34 to make a reservation

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