This tavern is situated in the city of La Laguna, in the north of the island of Tenerife. It is located in the old part of the city, in one of the long streets lined with colorful houses near the Plaza del Cristo. Although from the outside it may seem fairly small, the rooms are very spacious, with at least half a dozen rooms with spac for 4-6 people. The name perfectly describes the foundation of the place as it is to eat sandwiches till you drop. Tables of cheeses and sausages, salad and crab canapés, tortilla, fried chicken, stuffed mushrooms are some of the dishes that you can try here. There are also other desserts and beverages other than wine. To get the best from the Plaza del Cristo, because if you do not know the area is difficult to stand for lack of references in the many surrounding streets. It is also best to park in the Plaza.
This exquisite restaurant is located in the city of La Laguna, in the north of the island of Tenerife. It is located in the old part of the city, in one of the long streets lined with colorful houses. It is around ten years old and specialises in Spanish food with a Canary Isles influence. It is tastefully decorated in wood. It consists of a large living room (presumably an old garage) with a number of tables. The menu has a broad variety of both meat and fish, all of which are excellent. It offers national and especially local wines, which are suitable for any fish or meat dishes. Of particular delight are the tuna loins and the tender asparagus salad. This restaurant comes highly recommended, but only if you are not in a hurry, as the experience is not to be rushed and the food takes a while to come, probably to achieve the delicious tastes.
This was a great find. The Patio La Canaria La Laguna Restaurant is simply decorated and they serve large portions. We got here after a day of traveling and we were tired, but we were delighted to see the smile on the owner's face.
Next to the Cathedral of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, in La Laguna, we find this magnificent restaurant, which offers many pleasant surprises.
The restaurant itself is a house that is strategically located in the historic downtown, on a pedestrian street of La Laguna, which is considered World Heritage. The decoration is quite innovative, fun and luminous, without exaggerating, since the important thing is the food. The background with colorful bottles is quite striking, or the access to the bathrooms through cactuses made of wool and the doors with Playmobil figures.
Once you are seated down in the nicely decorated tables, the feast begins, served by kind waiters, inside a familiar atmosphere. The raw material is completely natural and from organic farming, and all of the dishes are interpretations of local cuisine.
We start with the salads, fresh and crunchy. We continue with some delicious appetizers such as sirloin with pineapple and cranberry sauce, or the cheese with dried fruits. We could continue with the whole menu, perfect for sharing.
A special detail is that the menu changes twice a year, with the seasons, so they offer fresh seasonal products, but they keep the star dishes, such as the chicken salad with yogurt sauce the sweet potato with confited tomato or the chocolate cake and cookies.
To finish this delicacy’s catalogue, I must say that the place has a good cellar of local and peninsular wines. I really recommend this place.
"Peter House" is a classic, but with the passage of time gradually has been losing customers, the last time I went through there were some dispensers "cow udder" to dispense ketchup and mustard. The impression was disastrous since then I have not gone back. The dog of reception has eaten this place.
In the central pedestrian street is the Tasca Herradores The Bishopric, where we ate at a table on the terrace. It is decorated totally rustic, with stone walls, solid wood tables and items related to religious life hanging on the walls. This restaurant is famous for its tapas and sandwiches, full of trays with toasts of all kinds, and it looked good. It also has an big menu with a variety of appetizers and salads, plus steaks (sirloin basically), and as only had cod fish prepared in three different ways. We ask first to share a salad of smoked, and seconds a sirloin and eggs with ham. The truth is it was all great, but even though the place was empty and had only occupied the tables on the terrace, it took quite to serve us, and also mixed in a dish that had to redo (so while one was over eating, the other still waiting to bring him what he asked for). Price I paid about 25 € per person.
This tavern, located on calle Herradores, is housed in what was the birthplace of the Tenerife surrealist painter Oscar Dominguez, hence its name. It is a three-storey building that looks recently restored, with balconies with wrought iron railings. The tavern has two areas: the bar area at the entrance and a larger room where there are tables to sit. You can enjoy some tapas with your drinks and, as it has a large wine cellar, you can enjoy a variety of good wines.
The Hamburgueseria Casa Juan opens whenever they feel like opening, lol, but it's true. I've gone there a few times and I never know if anyone's going to be there. You don't expect the food and drink to be as cheap as it is. It's really worth visiting this burger place. Cheers to Juanillo the harrier, hehehe. Chary
This is a traditional restaurant in San Cristobal de la Laguna, in Tenerife. They serve typical food such as gofio cake, tortilla, grilled sausage etc. The food is plentiful and reasonably priced - if you are hungry and don't have much money, is the right place for you. At noon, it is usually really busy and you have to queue because it is quite small. But it's worth it!
I go to this bar every time I'm in La Laguna and it has the best chicken sandwich on the island (I get the one with peppers). The atmosphere is very nice and sometimes there's someone playing the piano. The music there is lovely, so it's always worth it to go over for lunch or dinner, or to drink tea and cake with a friend or to play Parcheesi in a different setting.
This small restaurant is one of the best places to enjoy the best of Italian cuisine at the best prices. The dishes are traditional with a modern twist, but not too fashionable. I recommend their fresh pasta, desserts and specials (which are renewed every week). Fresh ingredients and great service. A safe bet.
Doka Kapi is not one of those places that you find yourself wondering around the city when traveling. It is situated rather far away from the center of San Cristobal de la Laguna and it is a short walk, but worth it. The decor is not what you are used to seeing nowadays: Classical furniture and flowers flooded the whole place. But this is also part of its charm: Every little detail has been perfectly arranged. It's amazing how many things they offer: Variety of beers, teas, juices, smoothies, and muffins and homemade cakes made in a craft bakery which is very close by. It's funny because it's super varied. The owners are a charming addition. I left happy.
Many times when traveling it doesn´t hurt to find a place where you can buy products without getting ripped off, where the maximum is to sell, at any price, without caring or details . When I went to the store of the canarias, I came by chance and I found a store that was nicely decorated with typical products of all islands. Cheese, goat milk liquor, salmon, mojos, aloe vera, typical beers, and not only that, we could enjoy a cheese tasting accompanied by a few glasses of good wine canary. Furthermore we were informed that performed excellent cooking courses enjoying great success. Perhaps the worst thing is the location, because despite being in a central location is in a passageway that connects two streets and may go unnoticed. In short, a luxury home at affordable prices where you leave more than satisfied knowing that you get a piece of the Canary Islands. Street: Square design No. 7, shopping arcade, local 5
Yesterday I went to La Venta de la Esquina for the first time with my husband and ate scrambled eggs and asparagus shrimp that tasted great. We also ordered some sandwiches (3), two drinks and two glasses of white wine, which, all said and done cost around 22 euros and some change. It reminded me of tapas bars on the Peninsula. We'll be going back.