5 based on 139 reviews
The BioCreperia is a vegetarian restaurant where the food is almost entirely prepared by hand. We offer a range of sweet and savoury crÃªpes as well as a tasty meal, which is always different, as we use fresh organic products that we grow ourselves in Acus
We werenât even sure that weâd find anywhere to eat on arrival in Arternara but we stumbled across two close to each other, but this little vegan restaurant flying prayer flags outside, really captured our imagination (and Iâm a full time meat eater!) They have a brilliant philosophy about using home grown and organic foods mostly sourced locally in the mountain top village. Everything is fresh, tasty and beautifully cooked. Ok thatâs a big claim for my first visit but I ordered two crepes, one tomato and local cheese and also a roasted banana, toffee & rum and both were mouth-wateringly scrummy! I also enjoyed a locally brewed craft beer which was wonderfully hoppy and served really cold, a gorgeous relief on this baking hot day.The owner was really friendly and extremely helpful and clearly passionate about the food and their approach. I was anxious that we waited so long to be served but there is definitely a laid back un-rushed atmosphere here and SO lovely to hear fluent Spanish everywhere unlike the horrendous English holiday atmosphere of Puerto Rico where we are staying. This restaurant is a gem of a place :-) Gracias!!!
4 based on 392 reviews
We had dinner here twice while staying in Tejeda for a walking holiday and would have gone more often after discovering it except that it was closed for a couple of days for the Epiphany celebrations. Armando is a delightful and entertaining host, very welcoming and attentive. He arranged big heaters to make sure everyone was warm enough, walked around talking to everyone and encouraged us all to talk to each other as well. One night he gave the whole room a short talk about the history of the area and the origins of his restaurant. After our main courses, he produced big bowls of homemade almond ice cream for each table to share - brilliant! His artwork surrounds you and there are books to look at while you enjoy the delicious food. As others have said, the menu is limited, but it is easier not to have a lot of choice and everything was beautifully cooked. The wine was great and we thought the price extremely reasonable. An experience like no other, I can't recommend it highly enough.
4 based on 211 reviews
Nice and cosy restaurant in the center of Teror, combining the typical Canary island style with the homely warmth of the Scandinavian countries. Vegetarian, vegan and ecological options.
Follow the sign boards away from the main square and down the steep, narrow street. We booked for dinner, earlier than most locals, but the place filled later in the evening. Very friendly and attentive staff, food prepared fresh and all tasted good. Good selection of beer and wine at reasonable prices.Went back a couple of days later for coffee in the courtyard. Very pleasant haven from the busy Sunday market.
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