Food and drink
There is a limited menu of fish and seafood with Canarian potatoes, salad (well, tomatoes and onions) or chips if they can be bothered to fry them. There is chicken for the none fish-eaters. One of the most popular dishes is the camarones (prawns).
It's strictly no frills...and no tablecloths or napkins. They can only seat 60 people so expect a speedy turnaround.
In my experience, it's fast and efficient with few smiles. On a return visit in April 2011, the smiles had reappeared, along with friendly banter.
It's hidden in a narrow alley behind the promenade at the harbour in Los Cristianos where the old cinema used to be - hence the name.
Two courses are around 12 euros per person and with the quantities they serve, it's extremely good value.
- Backpackers / Students
- Seasoned travellers
- No fuss