This is where the locals eat, so that should be your guide. Far better quality and much cheaper than the 'tourist trap' restaurants on the harbour front of Los Abrigos. Most ex-pat Brits and those in the know eat at Tito's and I can see why. The meal we had was truly excellent.
You wander in,and head right up to the refrigerated fish counter. Hold you fingers up to let them know how many are in your party (4 in our case, on the evening of Friday 31 August, 2012). Then point at the fish and seafood that you want. You can also have sides of Padron Peppers, Canarian Potatoes, Chips, salad etc. The staff understand English enough for you to order these, but won't speak much English back to you, which is as it should be.
The house wines are really excellent and recommended.
The fish/seafood is quickly and simply grilled and served very attractively at your table.
We had a huge salad starter, warm bread, alioli, and the green and red mojo sauces as a starter. Followed by a huge portion of a local fish called Mero, gigantic prawns, mussels, crab claws and tuna fishcake type things, accompanied by padron peppers, canarian potatoes and a portion of chips.
We ordered a litre of house wine and a litre bottle of water.
We could not manage a desert after all that.
The bill came to a total of 68 euros for all four of us, which was astounding considering the amount of food we had.
Incredible value, incredible quality, served by a lovely young woman with a huge smile.
I cannot recommend Tito's enough and it will be our first port of call when we go back to Amarilla Golf this Christmas. Try it.
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