This is a relatively small restaurant in the colonial part of the village, managed by its owner Eduardo. the menu is quite extensive for a restaurant of its size and there is a wide selection of meat and fish dishes. Eduardo is very knowledgeable and willing to guide you through the selection but he is not pushy.
We both had two different soups- the soup of the day which was a vegetable soup and the bean soup. Both were excellent and hearty. We both opted for fish: I had the lemon sole which was small and overcooked and my companion had the hake which was excellent. Both were accompanied by grilled vegetables and Canarian potatoes. The selection of deserts changes daily and Eduardo will bring you a selection of what is on offer.
There seems to be a very good choice of wines but no wine list! We reluctantly followed Eduardo's recommendation and were apprehensive about the price of what we eventually got, but we should have not been concerned. The Canarian white wine was excellent and the price fair.
We have most positive impressions from this restaurant. The manager is very competent and knows very well what he is doing. There was an issue with the lemon sole but this is something relatively small in the overall scheme of things. The restaurant was full during the night we visited.
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