A modern space in the traditional fishing village of Los Abrigos, Los Roques is like two restaurants in one and they certainly aren’t afraid to do things a bit differently.
La Concepción is an eclectic and charming little spot with a kitchen that turns out a surprising variety of things to eat. The quirky touches in the decor help make it a fun and friendly place to be.
One of the few restaurants in the southern beach towns of Tenerife serving traditional Canarian cuisine, diners at Folelé are introduced to local ingredients in a way that’s not intimidating.
When you walk into La Hierbita, you’d be right to feel like you’ve stepped into someone’s home. Welcoming and warm, this restaurant lives in a 19th century Canarian house in the middle of Santa Cruz, Tenerife’s capital city.
Situated in Los Cristianos, possibly one of Spain’s least Spanish cities, El Cine stands proud, tucked into a corner amidst a sea of tourist-packed places. This is a restaurant for both locals and tourists as is evident by the line that forms up a nearby alleyway.
If you are looking for expertly crafted cuisine, look no further than El Rincón de Juan Carlos. Surprisingly not found in one of the many 5 star resorts on Tenerife, this unassuming restaurant is tucked around a corner just off of the main plaza in Los Gigantes.
Casa Pache looks more like someone’s home than a place to sit down and order off of a menu. This place is quirky, to say the least, but the service is friendly and the food comforting, classic and Canarian.