Most striking feature:
The bright colored vintage chairs in the restaurant and on the terrace. They are bringing that little extra to this already fantastic, laidback, cafe in Sant Josep de Satalia. La Sardina Loca means ‘the crazy sardine’ and that’s why they decorated the walls with that tiny little fish. On the tiles inside to big wooden sculptures on the terrace. La Sardina Loca opened it’s doors this Summer and is done by the owners of the Harissa properties, the Giri Residence and the Giri Cafe. They also own Ksar, an interior store, next door to La Sardina Loca. I would recommend you to go there for lunch. They have an amazing gazpacho on the menu. But you can also try their breakfast. Sitting on their terrace, reading magazines (there are a lot of them inside) or the local newspaper before the rest of Ibiza awakes, is an amazing experience.
Check out: www.lasardinaloca.com
Thanks Suzanne for the recommendation!
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