4 based on 417 reviews
This restaurant is rumoured to be one of the finest in Las Palmas therefore we made the effort to make a reservation and visit it for dinner. It is located on an internal street in a little room. There are around 10-12 tables placed close to each other in a small room. We had a table for 2 in a corner which was nice except the restaurant had dust and dirt collected on the side furniture (see last photo). This is not appetising for a restaurant that has received "awards" or which has claimed to. Then we requested wine but they did not have wine by the glass because they claimed "it was over" therefore if we wanted wine then we had to order by the bottle. We chose a beer and sake instead. The menu is 2pages and quite limited. appetiser we ordered was a salmon tartare which is not on the menu. I have to commend this salmon tartare that it was presented well and quite pleasing to the palate. The ingredients in this tartare were well matched.For mains we ordered another dish which was not on the menu, tuna with avocado and mango with a sauce. The sauce ended up being too much in quantity and way too spicy that we could not eat anymore than 1/4 of the dish.The other 2 dishes we ordered were a california roll dish and another one from the menu. The sushi rolls are quite large and filling therefore it is recommended to order within limit. For being a japanese restaurant, the service is extremely slow. We waited almost 30minutes for the main dishes.There were a total of 3 servers and service was extremely slow. When we ordered a bottle of water, they brought us a bottle without any glasses to drink in. We had to get their attention again (which was a task), to get glasses.In conclusion, I dont see why there is so much hoo-haa about this restaurant because the menu is limited, there is nothing "wow" on the menu, the dishes are expensive, the service is ridiculously slow and inefficient, the location and ambience deserve zero stars and the restaurant isnt even cleaned properly.
4 based on 645 reviews
Segundo Muelle is a chain of restaurants specializing in Peruvian seafood preparation that is characterized by its taste, freshness, quality and creativity in creating new dishes and merged with the Creole cuisine, Oriental and Italian mostly.
Reviews were good but when we ordered our dishes we were pleasantly surprised the tastes are excellent and blend well together. Tables are well spaced and although it was a full house the atmosphere was one of happy conversations. The staff was very accommodating and helpful. We had a half sushi to share as starter which was excellent. Both the tuna steak and the pasta with prawns and tenderloin were excellently prepared and served in a very good arrangement.
4 based on 292 reviews
Probably the best Japanese restaurant in Gran Canaria. The food is prepared following the Japanese cousine and the ingredients are fresh and tasty. You can't miss their tuna sashimi (toro) simply spectacular!
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