First evening in Playa Blanca and a good choice Had a 12 course tapas tasting menu.Absolutely wonderful food with very attentive service.A treat! Cormac
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Was critical of service in the past but no longer. Top quality food from a very comprehensive menu. Try the octopus Galician style. Gorgeous. The fried baby squids also great. Recommend this place if you like varied tapas type meals. Lovely setting watching the boats...More
From the staff to the food it was a brilliant evening. Staff were very friendly, attentive, helpful with food and wine choices and nothing was a problem for them. Very nice inside and service was very good would definitely recommend this to anyone.
good location, i was here with my friend and we tried tabla de quesos (cheese tasting), olives and baby squids tapas.. it was delicious. The white wine was good too. I recommend this place!
My husband and I walk by the ferry port a lot in playa Blanca. On shopping days we often find ourselves starting to get hungry while we are out and about. We live here so we have eaten just about everywhere over the years. In...More
We came here as lovers of tapas and were not disappointed. The food was delicious and the presentation superb. Special.mention has to go to the canarian salad which was one of the daily specials, tomato and goats cheese taste sensation. We also had the canarian...More
Called 1 day, then the next and the next and.... simply a great bodega serving simple tapas, but really well cooked and presented by very good and courteous staff. Could not have wished for nicer lunches watching the ferries in and out.
Really nice staff and some amazing dishes. We were recommended good wine by caring staff. Listen out for the specials because they really do tend to be special. Marinara sauce on the mussels is more of a Canarian take on it, not what we expected....More
Best tapas on the island for us, back again and not disappointed! We had the omelette, asparagus, croquettes, pickles, fish of the day, Spanish bread, cheese cake, mango sorbet and Canarian ice cream. All between 4 and all in physical pain from fullness, food is...More