It's a nice small traditional restaurant, the service was very good, and the food was also very tasty.
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We entered this place about 8pm on the 15th Feb and it only had one other couple in. Very quiet and no welcome at all. We sat down, asked for the menu and then after a few minutes asked for some wine and bread to...More
This place is a hidden gem. Lovely food in a quaint historic building. The service was fabulous and the food was delicious! It's a very cosy restaurant and you are made to feel so welcome. Local cuisine at its finest.
Excellent food, greet service, beautiful traditional old restaurant, just the kind you want to find. Owner, and his cat, Elba, very welcoming. Highly recommend a visit.
This tiny restaurant has been in this family for three generations. The building is several hundred years old and located close to ancient trade routs. The food is local and traditional. Very tasty! The service is great and the owner gives your meal a personal...More
It is a very nice restaurant and am sure non-vegetarians would absolutely love the place. The choices for vegetarian options were limited but everything was delicious. We loved the soups and fried mushroom. The house wine was great and the liquor shots were unique and...More
Excellent, quirky little local restaurant in San Miguel, offering a great range of well cooked traditional Canarian dishes. Great service, friendly and welcoming. Very good value.
We wanted something local and the La Tasquita did not dissapoint with some traditional Canary dishes we had goats cheese with marmalade, Canary banana wrapped in bacon crumb cored and deep fried followed by chicken and goat cooked with traditional sauce angnd finished with a...More
If you want to try traditional Canarian cuisine, that's the right place. During one week on Tenerife we are here three times, and each time delicious food and wine were offered to us. Don't miss this place even if you don't stay in San Miguel.
I took my family to this small restaurant hidden on the back streets of San Miguel de Abona. It is a family run restaurant that serves mostly food from La Palma in the Canaries. There are only about eight tables in this small ye olde...More