We visited this restaurant as it was so close to our hotel. The small menu offers traditional Canarian food and tapas, I had the croquettes and my partner had the taste of the Canaries tapas. The food was of an acceptable standard and I enjoyed my meal. The restaurant is situated in a courtyard surrounded by early 20th century buildings, a museum and the Parque Doramas behind making it an appealing place to eat after visiting them. There is outdoor seating and indoor seating, though it is our feeling that the indoor seating is rarely used. Our waiter was extremely pleasant and helpful, allowing me to use my Spanish but doing his best to help us understand in English what he was trying to say when things got lost in translation. Nothing was too much trouble for him and he recommended that we revisit on Sunday as there would be music and dancing.
We went again on Sunday and we were pleasantly surprised to find traditional Canarian folk dancers and a full band singing and dancing for the packed square's entertainment. It was lovely to experience this uplifting snippet of Canarian culture and we left in good spirits! I would definitely recommend going to see the dancing on a Sunday as it seems to be a regular occurrence, not just at this restaurant but across the island!
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