As the world’s most famous nightclub puts the finishing touches on its summer schedule, the luxurious in-house restaurant reopens in time to catch the early visitors and those residents who are too busy throughout summer to indulge. Pacha Restaurante is renowned all over the world for its fine Mediterranean cuisine and simply sensational sushi and sashimi – and it’s great to have them back!
Pacha Restaurante is famous for its deluxe New Year’s Eve feasts and 2011 looks to be even more decadent than previous years. At 225€ per person (including drinks and entrance to the club after midnight), the menu boasts an array of fusion cuisine, from oysters with sake and raspberry, duck consommé with mini dumplings or glazed scallops to slow roasted white bream with vegetable salsa and dried tomato jam and beef wellington, Pacha style. And it’s just a hop, skip and a jump to the dance floor after dessert!
Goodbye Summer Menu at Pacha Restaurante: Saturday October 1, 2011
As the club and all of its parties wind down, so too does the famous Pacha Restaurante, with only a few nights left to enjoy dinner in its beautiful open air terrace. On Saturday night, limited bookings are available from 7.30pm for a special ‘Saying Goodbye to Summer‘ menu, at just 65 € per person (excluding drinks).
When compiling a list of ‘must-visit’ destinations in Ibiza, Pacha is guaranteed to appear. Those in the know however – a glitzy mix of young trend-setters, celebrities, DJs and clued-up locals – realise there is more than meets the eye to this famous farmhouse, starting in the ultra-glam surrounds of Pacha Restaurante. Read more. Continue reading
Originally hailing from Uruguay, Pacha head chef Ramiro Valdez came to Ibiza 11 years ago, lured by the laidback Spanish lifestyle and culture. An integral part of the team responsible for ensuring Pacha is renowned for its world-class restaurant, not just its dance floor, he runs the traditional Mediterranean kitchen with skill, professionalism and pride. Continue reading
Juanan Martinez is a born and bred Ibicenco, a seasoned traveler, a passionate food and wine buff and the manager of Pacha Restaurante. We discovered that he loves a chat (in five languages, no less!) when we caught up with him recently to find out a little more about his passions…. Continue reading