If you have travelled to Menorca before these photo's will remind you of how beautiful this island is, and for those that have never visited Son Bou or Menorca, these photo's will give you a snapshot of the resort and some assorted images of different places around the Island. Son Bou itself has many bars, shops and restaurants. Free nightly entertainment at San Jaime club just a short stroll away.
We would like to give a mention to our personal favourites, The Kit Cat bar, Big screen TV's , Carling on draught, Walkers crisps and home made, Cottage Pie, Chilli's, Lasagne, Tapa's - Daily Specials - very popular. The Buddah Bar is the perfect place to chill and enjoy their colourful atmosphere. The Mai tai is the perfect place for cocktails, freshly prepared in front of you, shaken or stirred with a little special razamataz.
Andres is our favourite restaurant, Andre is the most warm friendly host and the food is fantastic, Fresh Fish, Mussells, Lobster, Chicken and Steak (Chateux Briand cooked flambe at your table...a special treat) The Paella at San Jaime is very good (especially nice at lunchtime with a cold beer). A special mention for the Boni Indian Spice Restaurant http://www.boniindianspice.com/menu.html ....their cooking is something else, I reckon better than our local at home, their nan bread tastes home made, menu includes Special Sizzling BBQ dishes.........mmmmm. Arthurs Restaurant offers 3 courses for a set price......and the meals are very nice - good value. Las dunas restaurant next door has been popular for many years and we usually eat there at least once or twice when we visit.
Everyone will find their favourites and there are plenty to choose from, here in Son bou.