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Ibiza Restaurant

39 High St. (Chapel St.) Send to Phone
203-865-1933 | Menu
Ibiza takes its name and cuisine from the celebrated region in Spain.
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Local Deals: 120 * 90

Cuisine
Open
Lunch Thurs.-Fri., Dinner Mon.-Sat.
Features
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Full bar
  • Reservations suggested

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Ibiza Restaurant Restaurant Review

: An unassuming, somewhat spare, Mediterranean-inspired dining room, with well-spaced white tableclothed seating and exposed brick for a hint of rusticity, creates a subtly elegant atmosphere. The traditional menu holds true to its Spanish roots, as in the bacalao, sautéed codfish on a bed of risotto simmered in squid ink, with green peas and diced squid. For a complex dish with provincial flair, try the codorniz, semi-boneless Vermont quail prepared two ways, with vegetables and caramelized onions in a rice vinegar sauce. The wine list consists of Spanish and regional varietals including a comprehensive list of Riojas. The specialty desserts are worth the indulgence; try the membrillo, semi-frozen quince paste, passion fruit, cream cheese cake with cinnamon rice pudding; or the mousse de chocolate blanco, a tulip filled with white chocolate mousse, strawberry sorbet and rhubarb compote.

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