Food and drink
It is typical Canarian cuisine featuring cuts of meat and fish dishes served with papas arrugadas and mojo (wrinkled potatoes with sauces). Not a good choice for vegetarians.
I like the succulent pork chops and the melt-in-the-mouth fillet steak in mushroom sauce.
It's informal, noisy and bustling with a queue for tables on Sunday lunchtimes and weekend nights. There are lots of families and big groups; predominantly locals.
The staff are efficient and friendly. If you haven't booked they'll squeeze you in but you might find service a bit slower than for those who have a reservation.
Tucked into two picturesque courtyards, it's behind a fairly anonymous façade in the back streets of the old town.
Starters cost on average 4.50 euros; main courses average 12 euros; sweets average 3 euros.
Tables to book
Sit either in the smoking or the non-smoking courtyard. Both are very pretty but the main courtyard is of course smoking - this is Spain.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers