Bar Arepera El Encuentro (Calle Anselmo Pérez de Brito, 87, 38700 Santa Cruz de la Palma) – this eatery specializes in the popular Venezuelan snack food arepas (as well as other meals from that country, such as the ‘Enchapa’ — corn-maize pancake with fillings). This restaurant shows the island’s connection to Venezuela. There are two […]
Bozena’s (Calle Teide 6, Puerto del Carmen) –– located in a charming old Canarian house, Bozena’s restaurant combines Polish and Irish cuisine with excellent results. The intimate surroundings and lovely views over the old harbor provide the perfect backdrop for dining. The menu runs from Stroganoff to Polish meatballs to fresh fish of the day […]
Britannia (Av. de Gran Canaria, Centro Comercial Gran Chaparral, Playa del Inglés) – this restaurant is favored among British tourists, since it reputedly serves the best-rated English-style breakfast on the island. Its fish & chips dish is also highly recommended, since the potatoes are hand-cut (hard to find at Gran Canaria). The roast lamb and […]
Ág Ape Bistro (Calle Real 15, 38800 San Sebastián) – this small restaurant serves a variety of French dishes (using locally-sourced products), including those from the Alps (such as fondues la bourguignonne). It’s also known for its rich-tasting desserts.
722 Gradi Restaurant (Calle Majanicho 11, 35650 Lajares) – located towards the northern end of Fuerteventura, this is a “fusion” restaurant whose menu offers dishes with Italian and other culinary influences. One fusion dish served there is Canarian staple fried sardines paired with Korean-style pickled vegetables. There is also an art gallery offering local & […]
Asador Artero (Calle Artero 20, 38913 Tigaday) – grilled meats are a specialty at this restaurant. Seafood is also worth ordering here, along with tapas. Local Spanish wines are also available. A suitable restaurant for eco-tourists passing through the Frontera area.
Bar Cafetería Chachi (Calle Travesía del Pino 42, 38914 El Pinar) – this is one of the smallest bars in El Pinar (the southernmost part of El Hierro). This is still a worthy pit stop for beer-thirsty eco-tourists returning from excursions in this part of the island. There’s also Wi-Fi, where visitors can check their […]