Rústico Restaurant is a magnificent choice if you want to enjoy a great view of the sea while you taste good homemade food.
When we were there it was nighttime and the weather was good, so we sat down in the terrace next to the viewpoint. The atmosphere was great. To dine with friends, with the pleasant breeze of the sea that was only 10 meters away is priceless.
The restaurant is literally under the street of San Telmo. In the corner of San Telmo and Santo Domingo you will find a staircase that takes you down to a terrace next to the sea. The restaurant is at the end of that terrace, literally inside the cliff. This is why the views are so spectacular. The food is quite good.
Some us had grilled chicken, others grilled fish, and we had some potatoes with "mojo" (traditional sauce). Everything was very good. They also have some international dishes, but I recommend you try the local ones. I didn't try it, but the girl that recommended the place said that the fish grill is very good.
It is a good choice for those looking to eat in Puerto de la Cruz.
A perfect place to come and have some arepas, cachapas, tequeños, etc. It is located on Avenida Chayofita. For very little money you can enjoy a very cheap Venezuelan delicacy besides trying some of the spectacular freshly made juices. Arepas are corn flour dough that are fried or roasted in the oven and then filled with a lot of things, the most typical is shredded beef and cheddar cheese, to be served with some delicious avocado and some spicy sauces. A real treat!
Best thing about Maga is their terrace, located in a quiet pedestrian zone and Angel, their waiter. The menu is typical, delicious and cheap. There are a few small fish typical of the Canary Islands and delicious and rabbit salmorejo too. We could not try the octopus because that day they did not have it. It would be a shame not to go if staying several days.
In the Canary Islands, fresh fish is very popular, caught by fishermen along the various coastal towns in the Islands. But this place has double value, since it is in a building of great historical value, in the area of the old fish market. The building has been beautifully renovated and tastefully decorated. When you enter the ground floor (the restaurant is at the top), you can immediately enjoy the wonderful smell of fish, limpets, crabs .... The sea view from the terrace is the perfect compliment to the great food and service.
El Duende offers an extensive menu of varied cuisine with an excellent chef that specialises in creating delicious dishes. Guests can also enjoy an excellent and varied wine cellar and an extensive menu that offers wonderful dishes and desserts. There are also breathtaking views of the village.
I've not been to Tenerife for years but I still remember the window of the Rancho Grande and the huge cakes that you can't stop looking at. This place is quite focused on foreign tourists but has excellent pies and cakes.
We were walking around Punta Brava, after visiting Loro Parque, and asked around for a good and reasonably priced place to eat and this place was recommended immediately. It is a family restaurant with a good atmosphere and great value. If you go, do not hesitate to ask for the famous seafood casserole and limpets - we were licking our fingers. We hope you will enjoy it, as we did.
Bambi restaurant has a spacious lounge with rustic décor and an old family collection of Romanian costumes. It is a family business, run by its owners who are very friendly and advised us on the Romanian dishes on the menu. They also serve a unique fusion of traditional food from Tenerife and the result is unique and very tasty. It has a very relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. They have been awarded the 1st People Prize and came 2nd in the Jurado en la Ruta de la Tapa Canaria del Puerto de la Cruz in 2011. All this detailed information can be found on their website: http://www.restaurante-bambi-puerto-cruz.es/ also have facebook: http://www.facebook.com/restaurantebambi
This place was a pleasant surprise. We ate like kings, having dinner one day that cost only 15.9 € for three courses and two drinks. Very good presentation and quality of the dishes. It is located just 150m from San Telmo Street (promenade) and definitely worth a visit.
We stumbled upon this restaurant, with only 12 tables and friendly service. I met a lovely couple John and Cornelia. Juan is Spanish, and handles the tables, Cornelia is German (she's been on the island for many years) and works from the kitchen. Clients are from a mixture of countries, almost all German and some Spanish like us. German cuisine has only beer, and the restaurant menu serves creative, very creative food. Canarian course, but with a twist. The menu is quite extensive, it is impossible to decide with so many dishes, so it is best to seek advice from John. We had sautéed tomatoes, onions and goat cheese, the best pesto pasta with prawns we'd ever tasted, a mild sauce. We also took a cherne (typical Canarian fish) accompanied by vegetables, potatoes - it was spectacular. For dessert you can not miss the chocolate mousse with passion fruit in the form of Teide. In short if you want to try different things in a quiet corner with a family then don't forget to stop at this restaurant. Getting there is easy, San Felipe Street comes directly from the Plaza del Charco, by the last square on the left. Tel: 922 381 592. Website: Promocanarias.com/Lacarta