In the agrarian fields of inner Ibiza, Can Domingo lies within bohemian Sant Josep de Sa Talaia where this farmhouse-style eatery has become one of the island's most adored Italian restaurants. A landscape of wild flowers and 90-year old trees plays a romantic backdrop for the indoor/outdoor eatery that's overseen by an immigrated Italian chef that came in search of the Ibiza dream that's now manifested through a farm-to-table menu of regional specialties. An interior dining room feature period farmhouse windows and cozy ambiance that succumbs to grander summer nights along a terrace alit in candlelight and the scent of wild lavender.
A four-course menu begins with a signature asparagus with 36-month aged Parmesan and poached egg, tuna carpaccio and grilled octopus with fried potato. Lighter lobster salad or cured tuna are followed by homemade orecchiette with basil tomato or agnolotti in sage brown butter. Main course includes slow-cooked suckling pig or honey lavender lamb rack as well as grilled fish and fillet with vegetarian alternatives.
Historic farmhouse lures Italian food lovers to inner Ibiza dining room with summertime terrace.