Ibiza has something very close to the perfect amalgamation of everything that I look for in a restaurant.
I have lived over three continents and eaten in restaurants that charge anywhere from 20 cents to 300 dollars a head. I can tell you that good food is hard to find, and there isn't necessarily a correlation between price and quality. Food is definitely an art, and it takes an artist to get is right. The chef Charles Clarke is indeed an artist of his craft. He was even on Iron Chef.
Each dish is obviously been crafted with care and intention to bring flavor and rich culture to each plate you order. I've eaten here many times, and I have never tasted anything there that falls short of delectable. From presentation to taste, it never fails to impress.
The second factor in their fantastic combination would be the service. Many restaurants make you feel uncomfortable with how pompous the service attempts to be. Ibiza finds the perfect median between warm and friendly and professional and accurate. Each server has been attentive, knowledgeable, and above all, they are about what they are doing. It is a well run establishment, and you can sense that the employees believe in it too.
The final element would undeniably be their wine prices. Along with their incredibly reasonably food menu, the wine is almost illogically well priced. Other places, whom I shall not defame in this review, would charge by the glass prices at the same rate some of the bottles are priced at in Ibiza. They do not raise the prices on wine beyond what they can collect reasonable returns on. It's refreshing to a see an establishment that actually cares about the wine, and wants people to be able to experience them at, or close to the most reasonable price possible.
All in all, it's a combination that makes Ibiza one of the hottest places to be on any given day of the week.
The only thing I regret is that citysearch only allows me to rate it at 5 stars.
But don't take my word for it.
Drop by and see for yourself.
You'll be sold, I guarantee it.