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Ibiza has a wide range of restaurants. As with the other towns on the island, Eivissa has lots of different types of restaurants. Visitors can try a huge number of different styles of cooking and local specialities. In general, restaurants on the coast offer exquisite fish and seafood dishes. Of particular note are dishes such as “bullit de peix” –fish hotpot-, Ibizan paella or “la burrida de ratjada”, a typical local fish dish. Further inland, tourists can find restaurants which serve typical dishes which are primarily meat-based. Outstanding dishes include “arrós de matances” –a rice dish with meat-, “frita de porc”-a pork dish-, and “sofrit pages” –a typical countryside dish. These are all rich dishes typical of local eating customs. Outstanding desserts include a delicious tart made with goat and sheep cheeses and mint, known as “flaó”; a pudding made of ensaimadas, milk and eggs called “greixonera” and on important social occasions, it’s typical to try “orelletes”, small ear-shaped cakes.