Enjoying Ibiza usually means late nights and blazing hot days, so setting yourself up with a big breakfast is always a smart move. They don’t come much bigger than the classic fry up, and Ibiza’s got plenty of places ready to deliver a feast.
Rita’s Cantina – San Antonio
One of the most famous restaurants in town also happens to do one of the best fry ups. Continental options are also on the menu, but the Full English is well represented here, with massive plates piled high with winning flavours. The streaky bacon comes especially recommended.
Cappuccino Grand Cafe – Marina Botafoch
Cool sea views and a breakfast menu that encompasses everything from pancakes to smoothies might make Cappuccino Grand Cafe seem unlikely to serve a Full English, but the fry ups they offer here actually rank among the best on the island. Presentation and taste make a perfect package.
Mel’s English Bar – Santa Eulalia del Rio
It’s a trustworthy taste of home to be had at Mel’s, with nice big portions and plenty of chances to people-watch. The menu also has a good selection of vegetarian and gluten-free options, but it’s definitely the fry ups that keep the regulars coming back time and again.
George’s Peppermint Cafe – Sant Antoni de Portmany
George’s has a menu that’s massive on classic British dishes, including lamb chops and roast dinners. The fry ups have gained a reputation for being huge, filling and flavoursome though, which is why it definitely deserves a visit after a big night – or to begin a big day.
English Beach Cafe – Santa Eulalia del Rio
Despite the name, this venue has a predominantly European menu, but don’t think that means they’ll skimp on the fry ups. Expect a heaving plate with all the Full English trimmings, all at a price that won’t dent the budget.
Bar Dona Ana – Santa Eulalia del Rio
Known for its friendly service, Bar Dona Ana also has a regular following among holidaymakers who visit each year for a full on fry up, where lakes of beans flow right to the edge of the plate and bacon is draped over piping hot bangers and eggs.
Fatso’s – Sant Antoni de Portmany
Steak, chips and chilli cheeseburgers grace the menu at Fatso’s, but the fry ups are definitely worth some attention. Clocking in at under five euros, expect a massive plate of Full English glory made exactly to your specifications.
Liberty’s American Diner
Despite the name conjuring up images of cajun chicken, pulled pork and mighty steaks, Liberty’s pays homage to the timeless British staple by hosting a fantastic fry up on its extensive menu. The flavours speak for themselves, so nobody will go home disappointed.
Mar y Cel – Ibiza Town
This bustling cafe offers treats from an eclectic menu, yet it’s found fame among fry up fans for its ‘belly buster’ breakfast, which promises to put even the biggest appetites to the test.
Savannah – San Antonio
Part bar, part nightclub and wholly legendary in local circles, Savannah hosts a Breakfast Club where fry ups are plentiful, as well as being available up until 3PM for late risers. Vegetarian and vegan options complement what is otherwise a Full English complete with bacon, eggs and sausages aplenty.