Vega de San Mateo is a town and a municipality in the mountainous central part of the island of Gran Canaria in the Province of Las Palmas in the Canary Islands. Its population is 7,774 (2013), and the area is 37.89 km². Vega de San Mateo is located 17 km southwest of Las Palmas.
Things to do in Vega de San Mateo
5 based on 3 reviews
Café and Brasserie. Sandwiches, croissants, burgers, sweets and typical Canarian food. We have over 20 types of beers, Canarian local wines, 12 types of chocolates, wide variety of teas and infusions. Recreational area: table football, billiards, projector (football, motorcycles, formula1). Celebrations. A minute walk to the famous weekend produce market. Free Wifi. Credit Cards accepted. Parking. Open: Sunday to Thursday from 9am to 10pm, Friday and Saturday: 9am to 1am.
Para mi es la mejor cafetería de San Mateo,me habían hablado muy bien de Mestura pues fui con mi señora a merendar,la merienda fue fabulosa tienen de todo y calidad excelente, no tedigo de los dulces hecho a base de almendra,también se puede almorzar. Siempre que suba a San Mateo no dejare de pasar tanto pará almorzar como para merendar a los precios son muy bueno.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
I really liked all I ate in the restaurant.
It was very cheap, the waiter advised us a discover menu for 2 persons for 14euros which was delicious...
Everybody was nice and professional.
I have spent a really great time with my boyfriend, we have tasted many canarians specialties with a beautiful sight on the Mountains. It's located in a peaceful and quiet area near Pozo de las nieves. Go ahead :)
Pour les français : j'ai adoré , allez-y vous ne serez pas déçus ! Prenez le menu découverte de la gastronomie canarienne avec des tapas à 14 euros pour 2 , ce n'est vraiment pas cher pour des plats tous plus délicieux les uns que les autres.
Bon appétit :)
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Nice little restaurant specializing in Asturian food. We had a lunch here of Cabrales cheese croquettes and bacalao. It’s a good place to go if you want to try the cruisine of Northern Spain and makes a change from Gran Canarian food. Friendly staff and good atmosphere, gets quite busy for Sunday lunch so best to book.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
This was a lovely restaurant with good simple food and excellent service. The simple style of the restaurant made you feel at ease and the service was excellent.
4 based on 28 reviews
La Brega is a spacious family restaurant just a block from the famous weekend market of the Vega de San Mateo. The establishment specializes in well-prepared, economical dishes, mostly from the Canary Islands and Spain in general. The atmosphere is family oriented and the many large tables that occupy the dining room fill up at lunch time, particularly on Sunday afternoons.
3.5 based on 15 reviews
This pizza and burger bar attracts great crowds on weekends in the town of San Mateo. Friends had informed me that the pizzas here were the tastiest on the Islands so I was keen to try one. In fact, I only recall the noise of the other customers. They made an incredible din. Fortunately, my family appreciate the joy of human noise, people revelling in their friendly company, so it proved to be a great night out. The pizza with ham and pineapples was well prepared and tasty. I had to implore the waitress to go easy on the salt. There is an unwinning tendency here to sprinkle a pizza with coarse salt before serving and it is usually not necessary.
4 based on 28 reviews
We happened upon this place while travelling through the village by car. When we arrived, there were no customers inside so we wondered whether the place was open. However, we soon found a member of staff and welcomed us and showed us to a table. Both the pizza and pasta appeared to be a home-made, and were excellent. We were well looked after and the prices were reasonable. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area.
4 based on 22 reviews
4 based on 17 reviews
Se come bien y el precio es razonable pero los domingos es un caos comer ahí, demasiado ruido en el comedor. Aun así lo recomiendo para otros días de la semana, el personal es amable y la comida está buena.
4 based on 23 reviews
We shared fried eggplant with palm tree honey and sesame seeds. A nice starter, accompanied by a nice red wine, a Cueto Rioja Crianza, 2012. Followed by "Secreto Iberico", savory pork pieces with grilled bell peppers and pommes frites. The second main course was cod covered in avocado cream and fried garlic, with a side of potatoes. The fish was splendid, but the potatoes were rather taste-less. All in all decent food. We had delicious dessert and very good coffee. One of the desserts is a very popular one here in Gran Canaria, called "polvito Uruguayo" and the other one was a macadamia biscuit covered in vanilla ice cream and dark chocolate sauce. A very yummie ending of a great lunch.
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