Granadilla de Abona is a municipality of Tenerife, located in the south of the island, occupying an area of 155 square kilometers. Its population in 2013 was 43,608. In recent years, the population has greatly increased due to an influx of immigrants, many of them illegal, from Western Sahara, Colombia, Cuba, and other African and Latin American countries.
Things to do in Granadilla de Abona
5 based on 1 reviews
CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS FROM 14TH TO 26TH OF JANUARY 2017
Great menu, Victor will talk you through it and make recommendations, (he does this with everyone and this can make for slow service) no wine list, the recommended Rose was lovely (16 euros) a bottle so a little different from most other restaurants
However would visit again, make sure you book, you won’t get in otherwise
The goats cheese balls with honey were to die for
4.5 based on 204 reviews
The owner is reallly nasty and rude.
The food is like fast food..all fried and really expensive.
The place very nice but not confortable because of the owner.
We also met the owner wife...I think she should change work and she doesn't speak English well.
We won't go there anymore...the worse place we have ever been en Tenerife.
4 based on 48 reviews
Went there with some friends that knew the place and recommended us to go with them and we ordered different sushi type dishes aswell some starters and different sets of oriental dishes. Overall everything was very tasteful and nicely done. The attention provided and service are very good, including the owner that attended us too. No the best sushi in the world, but definetly a very good place to try it and enjoy it, worths to visit and get a taste.
4.5 based on 218 reviews
Filiberto Sacramento, Fito, is a young career and self-taught chef. They say those who know him he is a quiet man , observer, slow, cautious perfectionist, generous and modest. He took in 1998 the reins of a humble but noble and honest time family business, whose hob has given free rein to his passion, his flair and creativity, trying to unite in their kitchen tradition and modernity, modernity and custom history and present, with a single protagonist, the product. Come and taste the delicious dishes from our menu enjoying the magnificent views of the town and surrounded by a quiet and unique.
Don’t tell people about this classy restaurant with less than 10 tables. If we lived here, we’d keep it to ourselves.
Character, space, simplicity and serenity are the first impressions.
Refined and robust simultaneously are the second and lasting impressions. They apply to the atmosphere, the furnishings, the decor, the service, the crockery, the house wine, the olive oil and even the bread, in addition to the outstanding food.
Equal attention has been given to the mouth feel of the ingredients. Their meat is superb, hung 45 - 60 days, and you can taste it. Their watermelon gazpacho is fabulous by the way, we had it on both visits.
It may seem trivial but it’s rare for any restaurant to put your bottle of water in an ice bucket, as here. This was emblematic of the thought and care put into everything, here.
Another example: the two of us ordered one tasting menu plus one starter and one main and explained we would share everything but did not want them to split the dishes as some fancy places will do automatically. Here they chose the most thoughtful order we’ve experienced anywhere: they served the two starters together and then added the extra main into the tasting flight as another course, instead of serving it, as usual, with the tasting main.
We considered prices reasonable given the quality of the food, service and atmosphere. We booked our next meal here before we left on our first visit. We’ve had less good meals at Michelin 1 and 2 star restaurants, how does this wonderful place only rate a Michelin bib gourmand?
4.5 based on 184 reviews
I wanted to try the local food and had and average meal. Now that I have tried the local cuisine, I don't need to sample it again.Staff was friendly
4.5 based on 35 reviews
4.5 based on 39 reviews
A bus driver from Granadilla (Tenerife) recommended this restaurant to us and boy we were not disappointed!
The restaurant was full of local spanish people (in small or large groups) and there was the friendly talkative atmosphere that you usually find a a real spanish restaurant. The waiters were very nice, all of them swinging in an elegant manner around the crowded tables and they served us some delicious canarian dishes. We started with the amazing "queso asado con arándanos" (fried cheese with blueberry marmelade), a must-try!
Then we tried another typical dish with gofio (flour made from roasted grains), the "escaldón", strange at first but once you get use to the taste it was a pleasure for the mouth. For the main dish, we tried the "patatas arrugadas" (wrinkled potatoes) served with delicious mojos (green and red) with a gigantic meat dish (which name we don't remember).
Finally, we finished with a delicious desert of "natilla casera"....all the food was simply delightful!
5 based on 597 reviews
Homemade Food, chickpeas with octopus, Octopus Galician, Roast Pork, garlic prawns, Warm salad, Chopitos, Squid, Shellfish, Iberian pork, sauteed fillet, Fresh Fish Day, Children's Menu, Homemade Desserts ("Polvo Canario", Maltesers pie, Creme Caramel, 3 Chocolate's Cake, ... ) . Dishes/Meal according Season. We recommend to visit our webpage
We came without reservation...the last table was waiting for us :) the seafood was fabolous, we eat grill prawns and grill fresh fish with canarian potatoes :)Hello Tatjana G; Thank you for your visit and time spent to review us, we are very happy that you have enjoyed your experience at El Rinconcito de Hilario. We hope to see you soon. Hilario and Equipment.
4 based on 27 reviews
We realy like chinese cuzine and I can say that this one is if not the best for sure one of the best chinese restaurant of the island. It's not beautifuly decorated or luxury but insted the classic chinese restaurant with great food, good price and good and fast service.
I realy recoment it.
5 based on 10 reviews
As we did not want to go out for dinner every night, we took a pizza from this place on uour way back from the Teide. It was good, as you can expect from a take away pizzeria. But compared with other occasions in Spain, the pizza was not too bad.
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