Completely disaster! Found hair in my potatoes, ordered grilled fish and it come raw and not cooked properly. Red wine was out from the fridge and too cold.
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On the recommendation of the server we went for the local Tacoronte white wine which was wonderful, We also chose the prawns in garlic and a prawn cocktail, very nostalgic. The main course my wife went for was amazing platter of fresh fish and whole...More
It is off the beaten track in a quiet area, but well worth a visit, the food was excellent and served by an extremely friendly and efficient waitress. We ate outside and watched the sun go down, perfect.
We visited this restaurant on recommendation and were not disappointed. We had the speciality...fish cooked in salt crust....It arrives at your table and the waitress cracks the crust and fillets the fish for you. We had it with very tasty Canarian potatoes. Dish is for...More
If take the turn for La Matanza on the autopiste going towards Puert de la Cruz and then take the road to El Sausalito on your right and follow the road it will take you to Los Angeles. Interior of the restaurant is unusual, perhaps...More
I should point out it was the fish that 3 of the 4 in the party had no real taste and it was three different fish dishes but the other member of the party enjoyed his pork in mushroom sauce. The service was great and...More
We just passed the village on a trip from north west area of the island, and found this amazing restaurant. Gave us a lifetime memory. Great tastes, big quantities, super-nice and helpful waitress, gorgeous view to the sea under sunshades. Must stop here.
We were staying in an apartment in the area and, after looking on trip advisor for places to eat, but failing to find our first choice and finding the second choice shut, settled on Los Angeles. The interior is certainly different. They've made the inside...More
Like so many other reviewers we had the fish in salt, this restaurant's speciality. It was amazing seeing the waitress wheel the salt encrusted fish to our table on a trolley. She then cracked open the salt with a saucer, before filleting the fish and...More