Food and drink
Believe me the food here really does span the globe: think Vietnamese, African, Thai and South American. Zoe is a chocolate fiend and anyone eating here should save room for one of her famous chocolate brownies – although if you forget, you can always get one to takeaway, as I have. Benn is a big wine lover, and the impressive list offers the best of the island's bottles, as well as those from around the world. Beers and champagne are on sale too, although I tend to stick to the wine.
The platters – Canarian, Thai, seafood, deli meats, are just some of the options – to share are a must.
This restaurant resonates with atmosphere, partly because of the happy clientele, but also because of its location in a historic, traditional Canarian house. Sit either in the bar area, the main restaurant, or in the outside courtyard.
Owners Zoe and Benn are super friendly, as are their staff. This restaurant is relaxed yet highly efficient.
It's on a cobbled street in the old town of Teguise, the original capital.
Platters to share are very good value at around 15 euros each. The free WiFi is an added plus (if you have your own computer).
Tables to book
When the Teguise market is on (Sundays), this place gets particularly crowded, so it is advisable to book. All of the tables have their own charm, although those nearest the bar are the noisiest.
- Families with teenagers
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers
- People watching