This restaurant delivers mostly successful fine dining at fair prices. Obviously the decoration is nice. For a starter, we had a goat cheese salad with avocado, apple and truffle oil (10,70€). That was delicious. One portion easily good for two people. We didn't ask for bread, but we got two basic rolls and they cost 2 x 1,77€. We did ask for glasses of white (2,68€) and red wine (2,94€). White was alright, red was only average. Then we had fish (14,98€) and beef tenderloin with foie gras (17,66€). The fish was only average, with presentation also being average only. The solomillo (beef) was very nice, although just a very small bit too cooked for medium. Foie gras on top of the steak was good, surely heavenly for those who love it. The port wine demi-glace sauce was just as it should be, perfect.
The boiled/steamed vegetables could use improvement, they were perhaps a bit over-cooked and had a watery taste. The problem might also be that the raw materials, broccoli etc., seem to be a bit bland in Las Palmas. Other people were also having interesting meals. Not so easy to tell what they were having since the menu was spanish only and not the easiest list to translate. Without charging the bread, the value would've been 5 instead of 4. Cho Zacarias is a solid 4/5 place, nothing makes a fantastic impression, but chances are it will not disappoint.
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