Jameos del Agua

Address: Arrieta-Orzola, Lanzarote, 35542, Spain
Telephone: 928 848 020

- Expensive

4.1

Unique cafe and restaurant in a spectacular cave and lakeside setting.

The subterranean volcanic tunnel is Lanzarote's most impressive tourist attraction where a bar, restaurant and even a dance floor have been designed as part of the landscape at either end of a beautiful blue lake. Have a sandwich or a drink here during the day when visiting the sight, but ideally try to come back in the evening for dinner (only on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays) and even a dance.

Food and drink
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Service
4.2
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Food and drink
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Value for money
3.6
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Ambience
4.5
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Location
4.4
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Food and drink

During the day tuck into simple sandwiches washed down with a coffee or cold beer. At night, the underground kitchen manages to produce elaborate meals of Spanish and international dishes. Expect all the old favourites: grilled fish, steaks and classic Spanish dishes, such as tapas and tortilla.

Ambience

Where else in the world can you eat next to the still waters of an underground lake with a volcanic cave as backdrop? The atmosphere here is restful and sophisticated.

Service

The waiting staff work very hard here and I have always found them to be efficient and helpful.

Location

It's just north of Arrieta, close to the coast, on the road to Orzola.

Price advice

Sandwiches sell for around 5 euros during the day. In the evening, main courses are around 15 euros to 20 euros.

Tables to book

All of the tables are wonderfully located; if you were picky you could ask for one next to the lake. Note that sometimes this venue is closed for private functions in the evening, so make sure to enquire in advance.

Recommended for

  • Couples
  • Culture vultures
  • Families with teenagers
  • Seasoned travellers
  • Great views / scenery
  • Live entertainment
  • Nightlife
  • Relaxation
  • Design and architecture

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