1. Breads and alioli: The name of alioli means “garlic and oil” in Catalan which is exactly what it is. Made from oil, garlic, and egg, served with bread spread.
2. Ensalada Payesa: Made from potatoes, roasted peppers and boiled eggs and combined with sliced onions, fresh tomatoes and olives. Perfect for the summer months.
3. Sobrasada: The main pickings from the slaughter of the pig, sobrasada is made from the lean meat of the pig and some belly pork, all minced and mixed with paprika, salt and spices.
4. Bullit de peix: It is served into two parts; broiled fish with potatoes covered in a light sauce made up of garlic mayonnaise (alioli) as the first course, and as the main course, rice cooked with fish broth.
5. Arroz de matanzas: Every family has their own recipe. It’s typically made with a combination of rice, pork, chorizo, and spices such as nutmeg, saffron, etc.
6. Frita de pulpo: Typical Ibiza tapa and it´s really usual to find it in every bar or restaurant. It combines octopus with potatoes, green and red pepper, onion and garlic.
7. Sofrit Pagés: A delicious dish using lamb, chicken, pork, sobrasada and potatoes prepared in a large skillet with spices and garlic.
8. Paella de Marisco: directly translated means “seafood paella”. Each region in Spain have their own version of paella, and the seafood ingredients of this paella come fresh from the sea surrounding the island of Ibiza.
9. Flaó: The traditional Ibiza cheesecake dessert with its distinctive flavour and soft texture made with eggs, fresh cheese and slightly aromatized with aniseed and mint leaves.
10. Greixonera: It is made with ensaimadas from the day before, milk, eggs, sugar, cinnamon and lemon.