Best Spanish restaurants nearby. Discover the best Spanish food in Puntagorda. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Spanish restaurants near you. including Restaurante Jardin de Los Naranjos, La Muralla, Jardin De Los Naranjos, La Brasa, Pino de la Virgen, Restaurante Briesta, Cerveceria Isla Verde, Kiosco El Diablo, El Bernegal, Restaurante La Muralla
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4 based on 32 reviews
We are here in late July and got really excited when we read reviews and looked at the menu. The setting is sublime, the staff very nice, but two of our four entrees were essentially inedible. They were both tuna dishes (Bonita and Yellowfin) and we expected it would be good due to the tuna fishery on La Palma. It was a gray, overcooked lump in both cases. Son had beef and liked it. Daughter had a whole sea bass and liked it too. So choose carefully. Prices very fair!
4 based on 171 reviews
Lovely little restaurant with friendly service and great food. The Canadian soup was delicious and the house salad fresh and full of flavour. Really lovely ambience - we were totally charmed by it.
4 based on 105 reviews
Popular with local residents as well as tourists this little roadside kiosk turns out delicious freshly prepared tapas at very reasonable prices. Very helpful and friendly staff make it a perfect stop for a leisurely lunch or a relaxing evening.
4 based on 245 reviews
This is a very nice local brewery, where they actually brew the beers on site. If you happen to be there at the right time, you can even see the process through the windows. The beers were very good. The food was okay, nothing special, but there was enough choice for everyone from a small menu. If you are a beer lover, you must definitely pay them a visit.
4 based on 131 reviews
Located on the LP1 with the jcn of the LP111 you will undoubtedly pass this place as it's not far from pontegorde and on the main road that crosses the north part of the islandNice surrounding, traditional food and not that badly priced consideringWe have omelette, soup, bread and dips with a bottle of water and it was 18 euros. If we had not had fizzy water and the dips we would have paid half
3 based on 204 reviews
We have been travelling to La Palma for many years and always look forward to at least one meal at Pino de la Virgen. It is our opportunity to enjoy some of the traditional dishes of La Palma - including goat and rabbit. The menu is quite extensive so there is plenty of choice. We have always enjoyed eating in what feels like a much more traditional bar/ restaurant. The bar itself fronts the street whilst the restaurant is behind it, with a pretty courtyard in between which forms part of the restaurant area.
4 based on 19 reviews
Welcoming bar & restaurant with friendly English speaking owner and cook. It is obvious the owner really enjoys her job and puts her heart into each dish she prepares. Living nearby we have visited the bar several times and enjoyed a variety of good home cooked food. A selection of tapas are available throughout the day. Authentic South American arepas and cachapas are served in the evenings. At the weekend the restaurant with wood fired BBQ is open from midday on Friday. Having a great atmosphere and offering excellent value for money we can recommend La Brasa.
4 based on 17 reviews
We stayed in Puntagorda for 6 nights and ate here for 5 nights (closed on Mon). It is a friendly restaurant with a surprisingly large menu. The lady who runs it is very accommodating and friendly. We particularly liked the mixed croquettes and pepper/cheese starters and the beef/pork/lamb kebabs and pork medallions main courses. The bread/garlic is also delicious. Cannot comment on sweets as we did no try any. You need to have a little Spanish as no English is spoken but the menu is in Spanish/German/English. Our host was kind enough to provide us with 500ml of Vega Norte Tinto which we like even though is is sold in 750ml bottles. Highly recommended - we have eaten here in a previous year as well.
4 based on 283 reviews
We came here to celebrate a special occasion and sat on the balcony overlooking the sea, ostriches below and sunset. We tried to go local so our meal included red wine from La Palma (really good) and salad made with local cheese and honey. Every course was amazing and we somehow squeezed in three of them. We were even brought an additional course on the house as well as a complimentary drink at the end. The service was warm and friendly. We were so impressed with the quality and presentation of the food which was not ridiculously expensive. Somehow we managed to walk (or waddle) back to our cottage..make sure you take torches with you if walking on the road at night as very dark. If back in La Palma we would love to return.
4 based on 85 reviews
A small rustic Restaurant in the middle of Puntagorda. Clean and tidy inside in the rustic Canarian style rather than modern. There is plenty of choice on the menu and the waitress was both welcoming and very tolerant of my basic Spanish when taking our order. We shared padron peppers and prawns in garlic for starters. The peppers were lovely and the garlic with the prawns were slightly over cooked so we're a little tough however the garlic pieces were lovely and caramelised. For mains we had calamari and pan fried pork. The calamari was obviously cooked from a frozen packet which is shame on an island with so much fresh seafood available. My pork dish was very tender and in a nice sauce but there was far too much oil floating on the plate. Vegetables were tinned which is quite normal on the island. My wife had a barraquito coffee which was disappointing as it was made using a coffee pod machine which was located right next to a proper coffee machine. A short cut which resulted in a mediocre barraquito. We've had some fabulous meals on this island over the past 10 years but I would rate this restaurant as OK but not great.
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