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Very interesting restaurant carved out of the mountain, not just one room but several little enclaves. Evidently one local family did this over a long period. The food is rather an afterthought and, as one reviewer noted, the seating not that comfortable. But people don't...More
This restaurant is one of two situated at the far end of the Guayadeque ravine and has magnificent views of the area. It is a cave restaurant with seating in and outside with accommodation too. We sat outside in the sun and enjoyed a light...More
Guayadeque is a beautiful place
If you plan to visit make a point plan your visit n start
Have lunch at this beautiful cave restaurant which gives you an amazing feeling to indoor at old caves and breath taking views of valley
Try their house...More
Very nice place with good food and decent prices, especially when coming from the very touristic Puerto Rico de Gran Canaria or Maspalomas. We were happy to finally find good Spanish food.
Location is also very nice, lovely view. The area - Guayadeque ravine -...More
We didn't eat here but people seemed to be enjoying the food. Set in caves inside and with a nice outside area looking towards the hills, we had a peaceful drink which was very reasonable - 4.5 euros for 2 coffees and a coke.
That place itself is perfect to visit. Guayadeque ravine. Restaurant is awesome as a place. It's located in cave. Tables and seats are actually forget in rock. Impression is perfect. But the huge minus is a food. I've ordered theoretically local food named Ropa Vieja....More
4 different meals were all very poor. 3 were cooked in oil that was burnt and needed changing. Calamares were soggy rather than crisp, French fries were soggy, veal and fish were dry and tasteless. Even the tortilla was tasteless. Charges were made for bread...More
Follow a nice hike through red rock canyons past a number of cave homes, we dropped in to Tagoror for lunch. We explored the caves, but it was such a nice day we chose to sit outside. We arrived before the crowd (noon) but it...More