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We visited here on the way back from Timanfaya National Park. The food is very good with lots of dishes to chose from. There is a kids menu too which with a 3 and 4 year old in tow is helpful. We had garlic bread,...More
Found this restaurant last June. Their traditional stews are made every day, very popular at lunchtime.
Between us we’ve had the chicken, beef , rabbit & goat stews all very tasty, with some crusty bread to mop up the gravy.
Decent size portions as well....More
Date of visit: October 2018
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Our waiter Jesus went above and beyond to make our meal enjoyable. He was attentive without being in your face. He helped us chose meals and they were really delicious. We had a really pleasant experience and were treated to some after dinner caramels. Would...More
A warm welcome with delicious food to match. We had a wide selection of the starter menu. The portions were generous and very tasty.
We recommend you leave some space for the home made deserts.
This was an unexpected find on a Monday afternoon.
In spite of being in a village a bit off the main route, this restaurant is very happy to serve foreign visitors with a menu in several languages. Not intimate dining by any means, but friendly, efficient service and very good value.
We ate here twice and having tried all the good places in Yaiza and around decided this restaurant was by far the best, and certainly the best value for money, in fact very reasonably priced.
House wine is well priced and tasted good.
We came walking to Uga, looking for some easy food only and found this restaurant.
We spent two hours with amazing food (see pictures), nice wine & super super lovely and engaged people working there (the chef served himself). Just couldn’t ask for more on...More
We stopped here for lunch having walked from Yaiza. The restaurant advertised local cuisine and we were not disappointed. The food was delicious and the beer ice cold. The waiter who served us was very helpful and friendly and even gave us a quick Spanish...More
5 Adults and 2 small children were warmly received by Casa Gregorio for a Christmas Eve late lunch. Mostly local people other than us min the restaurant and the food was excellent. We did a typical sharing thing and everyone enjoyed everything. Brilliant prawns! The...More