Just returned after a lovely week in PDC, here's my two pennyworth:-
Bodega - Lovely restaurant and good food, ruined by the way we were rushed through our meal. Mains served immediately after starters and bill plonked down whilst we were still finishing our wine after declining dessert.
Emmas Cantina - fantastic Tex/Mex food as always - just love those ribs, meltingly tender and barbecuelicious! Spicy and not so spicy food on offer, all very tasty. Frozen lime marguerita made to order, mmm mmm. Warm welcome, great service.
La Lonja - lovely tapas, friendly service and fresh fish even my fish hating oh tried and enjoyed. Fresh dorada (spelling?) cooked with garlic, gorgeous. Ate there several times.
Mar Deleva - lovely setting, great view, friendly staff. Only stopped for a quick bite and had octopus salad. Unfortunately, this was pickled octopus and very vinegary. However, this place has been recommended to us by a regular visitor, so would give it another go.
El Sardinero - A great disappointment. Went with the aforementioned regular and shared a seafood paella. Although the paella was tasty enough, it wasn't served at our table but behind us, and rather slapped on the plate. Also, I was given two thirds and my fellow diner a third! It wasn't that large a paella either in comparison to others I've had. Wouldn't bother going again.
T.J.'s - Very tender and tasty goat curry, rather tough and disappointing ribs, ok potatoes and a scrummy creamed leek and puff pastry dish. Certainly good for a totally different meal.
We also visited El Ancla for my oh's English breakfast, which was 2.7 euros for full English and chips which he thoroughly enjoyed.
Finally, we had tapas in a place that had a separate bar area to eat tapas or a slightly more formal restaurant. Very nice food; mixed Lanzarote cheeses with dates and some biscuits, with a very nice salad. I'm embarrassed to say that I can't remember the name! It was situated just down the road from our apartment at Los Pueblos. If I can find out the name, I'll add this on.