CANA SOFÍA is set in Cala Vadella in the municipal area of San José, in a spectacular spot just a few steps from the sea.
Open year round, this restaurant has long had an excellent reputation on the island. With two floors and a partly-covered outdoor terrace, it is a favourite for large events like weddings.
Chef and manager of Cana Sofía, Moisés Machado Tamayo, has collected a good number of gastronomic awards in recent years. He has now handed the baton to a new executive chef, Ferran Cañadas.
With an international team front of house, Cana Sofía will be one of the highlights of your trip to the island.
Guests come to Cana Sofía to enjoy unique surroundings, a quiet ambience and attentive service. However, the main attractions are the superb quality dishes made with local products such as the magnificent fish and seafood delivered to Cana Sofía every day, all prepared as naturally as possible.
These days, creative cooking is extremely important. Cana Sofía knows how use imagination, but always with its “feet on the ground”. It would be a mistake to forget that the ultimate aim is to delight guests, not confuse them with inexplicable dishes.
With professional techniques, Cana Sofía sets out to showcase 21st-century Ibiza-style gastronomy while keeping the focus on the product.
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