If you are looking for a gastronomy alternative to Mediterranean cuisine, you’ve found it. Bambuddha Ibiza is a restaurant and bar, where every detail speaks for Eastern culture. It’s the MediterrAsian gastronomy, have you ever heard of it?
Fusion in the venue
The mix of culture and flavors starts from the decor and interior design. As a result, this hotspot features a tropical bamboo garden, an outdoor area, and low couches in gorgeous cabanas. It’s like entering a Buddhist temple. Only, you are in one of the most glamorous destinations in Europe.
Stone statues dot the environment, while the three Pirates Buddhas watch you. And no, they don’t wear a patch on their eye. These statues represent Tolerance, Freedom and Respect. They are the three pillars of this restaurant’s philosophy. Furthermore, each color represent spiritual beliefs, in perfect Buddhist faith.
This trendy destination fuses cultures and styles, to create something unique. You are in Ibiza. Or perhaps in Bali.
Fusion the Bambuddha Ibiza menu
The concept of MediterrAsian cuisine has an ancient and special inspiration. Specifically, the ancient Spice Route from Spain, through Thailand, Vietnam to Japan.
It’s unorthodox yet delicious. In perfect Asian style, many plates are meant to be shared. And, steering even farther from European culture, the “food as it’s ready.” You are connecting both with the at your table and with your food. Certainly, this restraurant believes that dining is a social experience, not a need.
For example, you can try the seafood. Like the Salmon Passion with delicious honey soy sauce. If you prefer meat, you can try the crispy duck. Also, don’t miss the Uramaki. Especially the Crispy Soft Shell Crab option. Equally delicious is the tasting menu or the Bambuddha group menu. Next, make sure to order one of the specialty cocktails, like the Full Moon, made with Havana rum and banana liqueur.