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    Ibiza Gran Hotel Unveils Two New Restaurants And a Late-Night Club

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    Ibiza is making a comeback this summer and attracting travelers with a culinary collaboration between two renowned chefs. Ibiza Gran Hotel is leading the island’s culinary renaissance with the introduction of two new dining establishments, Zuma and ASAL, along with a lively late-night spot, Club Chinois, created by the team behind the famous Park Chinois. Featuring acclaimed chefs Rainer Becker and Chef Mario Sandoval, the new restaurants join the hotel’s exclusive Michelin-starred eatery, La Gaia by O´scar Molina.

    Zuma, a part of Island Hospitality, will be operating temporarily for a year to offer its award-winning contemporary Japanese cuisine and unique izakaya dining experience on the picturesque terrace of the 189-suite Ibiza Gran Hotel. Situated with stunning views of the island’s marina and iconic Old Town, the menu at Zuma will include popular dishes like Spicy Beef Tenderloin with Sesame, Black Cod marinated in Miso, Tiger Prawns with Yuzu, and Grilled Seabass with Chilli and Ginger, made with top-quality ingredients. The cocktail selection complements the Japanese flavors with contemporary classics and premium sakes. Guests can enjoy the breathtaking sunsets and lively music at the dedicated bar area with a resident DJ.

    “We are excited to introduce Zuma to Ibiza for the first time. This year’s pop-up is a thrilling experience for us all,” said Rainer Becker, the creator and co-founder of Zuma. “Being situated at Ibiza Gran Hotel aligns with our commitment to uncompromising quality and attention to detail.”

    ASAL, designed by acclaimed architect and interior designer David Alayeto, is a new culinary destination characterized by natural light and organic elements. Guests will enter a white cave adorned with Gaudian shapes resembling the nearby reef. ASAL comprises the Garden Terrace for outdoor dining, Chefs Saloon for indoor dining, and the DJ Lounge & cocktail bar for relaxation.

    Chef Mario Sandoval will showcase his expertise in Spanish flavors and focus on local produce at ASAL. Diners can admire the Pitiusan landscape while savoring the creations of this highly acclaimed chef, holder of two Michelin stars, a Michelin green star, and Tres Soles Repsol.

    Debuting this summer, Club Chinois provides late-night entertainment for visitors to the island. Island Hospitality, known for London’s Park Chinois, brings its signature extravagant Asian ambiance to Ibiza for the first time. Inspired by the opulent jazz clubs of 1930s Shanghai, the venue offers old-world charm and top-notch contemporary entertainment. The luxurious interiors by award-winning Parisian Design Studio Laleh Assefi exude elegance with a hint of playfulness, celebrating Ibiza’s hedonistic legacy. Club Chinois features international talent from resident DJs to headline performers, creating an immersive experience for partygoers.

    “Our goal is to offer experiences beyond traditional hospitality. We aim to evoke emotions where our clients are at the heart of the journey,” stated Jose Corraliza, chief operating officer of Island Hospitality.

    “Our discerning guests at Ibiza Gran Hotel have sophisticated palates and refined tastes,” said Rau´l Sierra, General Manager of Ibiza Gran Hotel. “While our cherished La Gaia has always been a focal point of the hotel, we are thrilled to enhance our offerings with three exciting international names this summer.”

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    La Gaia, the flagship restaurant of Ibiza Gran Hotel, will further elevate the island’s culinary scene this summer with the introduction of its gastronomy series in honor of Executive Chef O´scar Molina’s first Michelin star. Ibiza Gran Hotel stands out as the sole hotel on the island to receive this prestigious accolade.

    “We are excited to collaborate with international chefs who share our passion for local, authentic flavors with the launch of Zuma and ASAL in Ibiza,” expressed O´scar Molina, the executive chef of Ibiza Gran Hotel. “Food transcends boundaries and is meant to be shared, a philosophy that is evident in the Mediterranean region. We will continue to curate innovative menus in partnership with top producers to surprise and delight our fellow food enthusiasts.”

    La Gaia incorporates authentic Mediterranean tastes using locally sourced ingredients as the focal point. The Tanit and Posidonia tasting menus offer a delightful experience for both new and returning guests. The 14-course Posidonia menu includes a series of dishes inspired by the traditional matanc¸es festival on the island, featuring creations like fried whole wheat bread with salty bone broth emulsion and suckling pig with pumpkin and courgette flower, promising an evening of culinary delights.

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    New addition at Zuma: sliced seared tuna with chili daikon and ponzu sauce.

    Alfresco dining on the outdoor terrace at ASAL.

    The 189-suite Ibiza Gran Hotel now offers two new dining options and a fresh nightlife venue, in addition to its acclaimed Michelin Star restaurant La Gaia.

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