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In the heart of Santa Eulalia on the restaurant street lies Kathmandu, a traditional family run Indian and Nepalese restaurant.  Outdoor tables line the street so you can enjoy the comings and goings of ‘Calle de los Resturante’ (The restaurant street) or for those chilly evenings the interior of the restaurant provides a warm and traditional welcome.

Kathmandu is  also the only restaurant in Santa Eularia that is open 365 days from noon until midnight – yes that does include Christmas Day!  This is definitely on my list of things to experience one day in Ibiza.   Having been open for three years, Kathmandu has a good local client base as well as returning visitors to the island and there is always a steady stream of visitors.

On our most recent visit, our party chose poppadom’s, onion bhaji’s and chicken samosas to start which were homemade and the portion sizes proved very generous.  After deliberating the extensive menu over a glass or two of red wine, we finally decided on Chicken Tikka, Chicken Korma and Chicken Korai (madras hot).  A sign of a good Indian restaurant is when you are offered which level of spiciness you would like your dish.  The verdict was it definitely met the standard of a madras!   As well as side dishes of pilau rice and aloo gobi, we ordered a peshwari nan bread.  This has to be seen to be believed – a beautifully cooked naan that is the largest my eyes have ever seen!   Unfortunately we didn’t manage to finish it all.  The Chicken tikka was presented on a sizzling plate and melted in the mouth.  The curries were flavoursome and succulent – you could tell that a lot of care and attention was paid when creating these dishes.   

An impressive wine list is available which is also reasonably priced as is the whole of the menu.  You certainly won’t feel hungry after dining at Kathmandu.  

I would encourage anyone to visit Kathmandu to experience an authentic Indian / Nepalese meal and I’m sure that just like us, you’ll  want to return again and again.

Anne Power

Restaurante Kathmandu , Calle San Vincente 49, Santa Eularia , Ibiza