We were recommended this place for a good local cuisine diner. Unfortunately when we arrived there the place was closed with a "For Sale" sign on the door. What a pity.
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What a great place away from the tourist traps, went twice as you have to let them know the day before if ordering the lamb. The fish croquets are the best we have ever tasted by a long way, just enough béchamel to hold then together. Tried the "old Clothes" on the menu and its a very rustic chickpea and... More
We wanted to try some authentic place where localas go to eat and after some research we ended up here. We didn't regret it. Antonio welcomed us by the door and gave us a fantastic service throughout. He speaks English better than some of the waiters at touristy places, which was very helpful when explaining the dishes and answering our... More
We enjoyed our meal at meson San Fernando. It was quiet which concerned me but still managed a good ambiance and traditional decor with proper cloth napkins and tablecloths..sadly getting quite unusual these days! We enjoyed a tasty mixed starter and fried green peppers. For the English its a bit odd that food is served not hot but its what... More
Local, accessible, serving great fish and meat served hot and fast. Great service. Reasonable prices. I've used this restaurant twice a year for the last ten years and have never been disappointed by the quality of the food or service. We always get a warm local welcome and a fond fair Well. Highly recommend you try this off the beaten... More
We've been frequenting this cosy and typical Canarian restaurant for ages. First of all because the locals recommended it, later because it was honest food for a fair price. But the last two years it seems something is terribly wrong. The prices are going up, quality is going down. Last time we visited we had the fish grill and the... More
Went there on a friends advice and we were very pleased with the food and the attention from the owner. We had already snacked at our resort before going out and therefore didn't have a big appetite. However, once we had looked at the menu, we ate more than we had first anticipated. Everything was fine! We managed to park... More
This nice traditional Spanish restaurant offers a big change from the typical tourist restaurants. They offer Good quality wines at very reasonable prices. The food is excellent and the restaurant is clearly frequented by locals - always a good sign. Good range of sea food and some lovely kebabs. Recommended!