For foodies and casual diners alike, Ibiza has something for everyone when it comes to restaurant fare. With well over one thousand restaurants on the island, there’s something suitable for all personal tastes and budgets. In Ibiza it is possible to sample the best national and traditional dishes that encompass the culture and history of the island. In terms of popular traditional fare, you have dishes such as guisat de peix, a kind of fish stew, barrida de ratjada, a stew made from skate and potatoes, paella ibicenca, a typical local paella with chicken, pork, squid, shellfish and vegetables, and butifarra, a long sausage similar to black pudding, which is made by cooking the blood and offal of a pig and then stuffing into the intestine casing. Popular local drinks include frigola, which is a popular liqueur made with thyme, and hierbas ibicencas, a liqueur made from 16 different locally grown herbs, palo, a liqueur made in Ibiza from carob or locust bean.