Hidden restaurant in San Miguel with variety of local food. Wine very good, home made ice creams, lamb delicious. You have to watch a black cat.
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Small local restaurant, probably no more than 20 seats. We arrived early (7ish) and the place was really busy. Lots of traditional dishes on the menu and everything very reasonably priced. Bread and dips are served straight away (you are charged for these though, not...More
La Tasquita is a little gem in San Miguel de Abona. The owner is rightly proud of the building, which has been through all kinds of uses in it's time, finally becoming the restaurant it is now. It's not a huge place -9 or 10...More
Very good service with helpful information about the food. Good local cooking flavoursome and fresh. Lovely authentic atmosphere
Small typical restaurant with the owner and his lady. The serve typical canarische foodies with a lot of passion. As his advice and you wordt be disappointed. I had very tasty goatmeat and a variant on the typical desert with milk and palm honey.
We were invited by friends and were surprised by the good taste of the food. We had lam, gofio, pulpo and potatoes. We especially liked the red mojo, the green one was not our favorite. We saw a remarkable wine selection; we took our favorite...More
This restaurant is a little difficult to find but REALLY is worth the extra effort in locating it . When you walk past it it has a very small door and small windows and it looks as though the place is deserted. Do not let...More