Nestled in a little haven on Ibiza, is perhaps the most complete, most relaxed spot that you’ll find all summer – with amazing food, too.
Sir Joan, the first Spanish property from the illustrious Sir Hotels, is open this summer for it’s second season in Ibiza. Overlooking the port and the old town, this is a place that has been made with the modern traveller in mind.
Yes, we all know about Ibiza’s party scene – and you’ll struggle to find a better place in Europe to let your hair down than the legendary island. However, the location of Sir Joan has bee picked with an appreciation of the history and culture of Ibiza in mind, too, making it an all-around, classy and complete destination to be at this summer.
But, it’s not all about the traditional, Spanish islander lifestyle. They’ve got some of the finest Dutch imports to enjoy, too, as one of the best restaurants in Amsterdam, IZAKAYA Asian Kitchen & Bar, comes to your taste buds via the penthouse experience and stunning indoor and outdoor restaurant. The Japanese restaurant with a South American influence, lauded for taking Japanese cuisine in Europe to a whole new level, is something of a hotspot in Amsterdam. Trendy decor, amazing cocktails and above all, simply delicious food, makes IZAKAYA a popular choice for many across Amsterdam, Hamburg, Munich and other cities where this unique establishment has opened it’s typically well-designed doors.
And now, you can enjoy such wonders in Ibiza, too. The menu of this esteemed Asian restaurant and bar is available to those staying in a penthouse at Sir Joan, with one of the chefs from IZAKAYA able to provide a private dining experience for such guests. True luxury at your hotel door. Plus, their restaurant is a work of art in itself. An inside-out venue, the pool and cabanas are integral to the IZAKAYA experience. The show kitchen is a particular highlight, where parties of up to 15 can sit around the chefs and watch a truly exciting culinary experience. Experience all the smells, sights and the sounds of this amazing cuisine before you taste it.
The menu takes inspiration from South American food, too, making their take-on Japanese cuisine really original. Tapas-style dishes allow you to try a wider range of foods and fresh ingredients, finely crafted by the talented chefs that you can now expect out in this Ibizan oasis, too.
On the subject of Ibiza, Life After Football are heading out to the island next month for a much-anticipated Footvolley tournament. The sport, originated on the beaches of Brazil, is coming to the beautiful holiday spot this summer, so with great hotels, unbelievable food and some healthy competition, Ibiza is, as always, the place to be this summer.