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IbizaFoodie | May 3, 2021

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The tropical side of the island in Mumak restaurant | IbizaFoodie

The tropical side of the island in Mumak restaurant

This week we had dinner in Mumak, the tropical restaurant of Playa d’en Bossa, its name refers to an war elephant, as well as a reflection of their cuisine they offer lot of variety, they have been open since 2015 serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.



The restaurant offers tropical cuisine from a selection of countries including India, Mexico, Jamaica, Peru and Asia Southeast. It reaches out to an extensive audience and welcomes everyone by offering a selection of dishes representative of these tropical countries.




Its vivid decoration also reflects its food, so colorful and around flora and fauna. At the same time, Mumak creates a relaxing atmosphere with its various chill outs and Balinese beds.



Every Sunday you can enjoy the DJ session live, in addition to each last Monday of each month, the second Tuesday of each month, and the third Friday of each month.

Its wide variety of cocktails, drinks and milkshakes makes a perfect place to go for enjoying the beach and the atmosphere that generates the local, also all the cocktails are made with natural fruits. We tried “Mango Chilly Mojito “, this type of cocktail is for the intrepid who dare with the spicy fusion, and a ” Mango Daiquiri ” all natural and fresh fruits, and you can feel the difference.



In its menu there is a wide range of dishes suitable for vegetarians, as well as for celiacs since many of them are made with rice flour and corn flour. We tried “Spring Rolls” homemade rolls of Iberian pork, prawns, soybean shoots, mushrooms and vegetables, and “Raj Papdi Chaat” of chickpeas and fresh vegetables based on homemade wheat flour, everything they do it by themselves, and that makes them stand out.



For dinner we took “Jerk Chicken” a typical Jamaican dish, marinated chicken with Jamaican spices with coconut and pineapple rice, and “Chicken Tikka Masala” one of the Indian national dishes, both were delicious and very tasty.




Its menu also offers many specific and unique ingredients from different countries (such as açaí, yuzu, etc.) and emphasizes the delicate thought behind each dish. A perfect combination of flavors that perfectly reflects the tropical concept of the restaurant.



Open from 10 am to 1.00am

Telf971 30 04 52

Carrer de Porreres,1 (Playa d’en Bossa)