A huge variety of food can be sampled on the Canary Islands, so get ready for a taste sensation – Canarian style! The Spanish dishes with influences from Africa and Latin America. Of course, some recipes are traditionally Canarian, and these can often be found on the menus of hotels and restaurants all over Tenerife, alongside dishes from around the world.
Some Famous Hotels in Tenerife:
El Paraiso is situated in the town of Valle San Lorenzo, around 15-minute drive from Los Cristianos. It serves Canarian sustenance, yet in addition, provides food for British tastes.
Restaurante Excalibur is located in the town of Cabo Blanco. One of those “concealed pearl” puts that relatively few individuals think about yet. Additionally, around 15 minutes’ drive from Los Cristianos.
La Tasca De MiAbuelo. In the focal point of Los Cristianos, this is commonly Canarian, particularly mainstream with local people. It will be ideal if you take a note that this eatery is no more. Its premises are now being possessed by an Italian one called L’Italiano.
Casa Pedro, at Las Chafiras. This is truly a shrouded diamond and is known just to a couple of ex-taps and a few voyagers. Simply off the motorway, while in transit to the airplane terminal.
Restaurante San Martin is located at Cabo Blanco. Referred locally to Brits as “The Pig Farm,” this Canarian eatery spends significant time in suckling pig and cooks for vast gatherings.
La Bamba, Guargacho. On the main street of this little town not a long way from Las Galletas, this is yet another average Canarian eatery/bar. This is a genuine restaurant típico.
El Parador is located in Guargacho. The restaurant is a replica of La Bamba.
On the off chance that you are set up to encounter the genuine Tenerife eating out involvement, you truly are spoilt for decision.
Bar Apolo, ApoloCenter, Los Cristianos. Presently you are getting down to the uncovered essentials. The magnificence of this tapas bar/diner is that it opens late at night and remains open pretty much throughout the night.
Restaurante China, Las Americas. There is a bounty of Chinese eateries in Tenerife, all basically at a similar standard. In spite of the fact that its name, converted into English is the fairly unsuitable “Eatery China,” the sustenance and administration are a long way from it.