Food and drink
Fresh local ingredients and traditional Canarian and Spanish recipes are fused with the latest culinary trends to produce a unique menu brimming with flavour and imagination. The extensive wine list has labels from across the Canaries and the peninsula.
Personally, I think the morcilla con queso de cabra (sweet black pudding with melted goats' cheese) is incredible.
It's a little formal for my liking but that's partly to do with it being a city centre restaurant. It's popular with the business sector and the well heeled of the city.
Attentive and formal - it's first class.
It's in a small, modern plaza close to shops and nightlife.
Expect to pay in the region of 35 to 40 euros per person for three courses.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Seasoned travellers
- Special occasions