We called in here for lunch on the way up to mount Teide. I’d been here a few years ago and remembered the views quite well; however I don't think I ate there at the time merely a drinks stop.
On this occasion we decided to have some lunch, after a browse of the menu our waiter recommended the special of the day, home cooked lamb shoulder. Our meal duly arrived some 5 minutes later, I wasn’t unduly concerned at the short time it had taken to cook, however when it arrived I was indeed astounded by a portion size. On each plate was what can only be described as two large lumps of bone with a roll of fat attached to each bone. The lamb that was actually attached to the bone wouldn’t have filled a small sandwich. And what there was, was completely inedible due to the massive amount of congealed fat. This was accompanied by a side order of canary potatoes which had been micro waved to state resembling shrivelled prunes. After some five minutes of attempting to plough my way through this offering I finally conceded defeat and asked for the bill. Here was another shock on the menu the lamb was £8 per portion, when the bill arrived our lamb was now £17, making a total bill of £57 for what I can safely say is the worst meal I have had the misfortune to suffer whilst anywhere in the canaries.
This restaurant is a complete tourist rip off....
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