Having read the reviews on Trip Adviser we decided we had to give this restaurant a go. We have been to Lanzarote a number of times and in the past our favourite restaurant has always been La Era, but this closed a couple of years ago. On seeing that the chef had now moved to La Tegala only reinforced our view that we had to go there. We were not disappointed. The atmosphere as soon as we walked in was very modern and very welcoming. The restaurant itself has a very modern feel and the views from the landscape windows were stunning with the a view over the sea directly in front and a view to the mountains on the right.
We ordered our starter and meal but before the starter arrived we were served up with two amuse bouche courses; the first a pork & chorizo pate with various breads and the second a vegetable soup. Both delicious. My wife had foggatini (I know that's not the right spelling, but Trip Advisor won't let me use the correct one!) for her starter and I have to say she is normally quite a severe food critic, but, this time, she took one mouthful and said, "This is to die for". I had salmon and scrambled egg. For mains I had "Three meats" and my wife had what was called king prawns, but were in reality langoustine and plenty of them. For dessert I had biscuit cake and ice cream and my wife had lemon sorbet in champagne. Every single dish was absolutely delicious. I cannot fault this restaurant at all, the ambiance, the service, the food and even the price were amazing. It will now be a regular feature of our visits to Lanzarote and I would certainly advise everyone else to do the same.
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