Discover Restaurants offering the best Spanish food in Brena Baja, Spain including Casa Osmunda, Restaurante El Ingeniero, Enriclai, El Lagar, Restaurant Mi Rincon, Restaurante Chipi-Chipi, Bar Restaurante El Pulpo, La Isla de Goya, La Bodeguita de los Cancajos, Casa Goyo
4 based on 541 reviews
Excellent food and very good value. This restaurant specializes in fish dishes. In February its opening hours are such that it closes at 1600 and reopens at 1900 (closed all day Monday). The waitresses are really friendly and helpful but donât speak English, so you need to have your dictionary/food phrase book handy and, despite there being a rough translation on the menu, even then some of the menu choices are still a bit of an experiment! You eat in a booth - which is probably lovely in the summer but it is advisable to dress âwarmlyâ when patronising in February â even with the booth door shut. Portions are generous and we found that 3 tapas sized elements plus potatoes and a salad was plenty for 2 people. The âfish of the dayâ comes in whatever size they think appropriate (on one occasion we got one large fish and on another 3 smaller fish) and you pay by the Kg. Finding out what sort of fish it is near impossible unless you are a very fluent Spanish speaker. You can get it grilled or some other way (probably steamed) and the price usually comes out around 14 euros. The strange ambiance includes having the occasional aircraft take off or land right over your head but thatâs quite fun after the initial shock of the first one. The bar area is definitely a favourite with locals and gets quite noisy when there is a football match on TV and the whole place is usually very busy in the afternoons especially at the weekend. However, at 1900 you have the place almost to yourself.
4 based on 203 reviews
Visited here based on the generally positive reviews but it was a mistake. The food was really underwhelming and there wasnât really any ambience. We ate steak with wedges (seasoned really heavily and straight from a packet), and battered cuttlefish with chips. Both dishes were just about OK, but I wouldnât choose to go there again. It was reasonably priced - â¬32 for 3 beers, a side salad and 2 mains.
4 based on 248 reviews
La Isla de Goya, tapas - bar where you can enjoy different dishes to share, from tostadas, salads, portions ... and of course different tapas. New suggestions every week!!!
Stumbled across this place during the Carneval (which basically involves talcum powder being thrown over everybody within range) after finding no space in nearby places.The aubergine with honey sounded interesting and was an excellent choice, even though I thought a mistake had been made when it arrived, as it looked like lots of small fish, battered (and I don't eat fish). It was delicious and decidedly different...and I hadn't read the reviews recommending it in advance, so it was a fine choice.Reasonable prices and good service, and right across the road from the beach, should you fancy a swim afterwards
4 based on 456 reviews
Food was simple and delicious. Staff seemed really rushed off their feet for such a small place and I had of ask for service every time. I think they might offer a simplified menu to Brits as I saw other tables eating things that werenât on mine. Food envy!
4 based on 887 reviews
This restaurant was so beautifully situated in the mountains above the capital Santa Cruz De La Palma. So very unique with dining al fresco or dining in separate little bungalow style buildings that one can go as a couple,friends or family and dine in privacy. Lovely food. We had soup as a starter then chicken straight from the grill. It was just perfect. Iâd thoroughly recommend this restaurant without any doubt. Try it youâll enjoy.
4 based on 443 reviews
Eat here one evening as it was close to our hotel.Food was all tastey and the service was friendy and helpfull.
4 based on 216 reviews
I ordered pepper steak, but could almost not get the knife through the meat. Looked like entrecote but the meat was divided with big tendons. The waiter asked if I liked it more done, but that could not make any difference to the quality.
4 based on 571 reviews
This restaurant is the |No. 1 in Santa Cruz, according to trip advisor. What a find! (it certaily took some finding as it is hidden away near lPlaceta Square). It's tiny, sitting 14 at a squash. The lady in charge tells you what it is on the menu (this takes some time). It is always fresh food, freshly cooked, and changeable daily. It is organic and non dairy. There was soup, several salads for starters, fresh tuna, pork, vegetarian lasagne, and tagliatelli for main, and puddings were ice cream, mousses or sorbet. Wine was excellent, and with coffee, a bottle of brandy was left with shot glasses, and a box of chocs. Three hours later everyone (english, german, finnish and danish) was merry and chatting. A wonderful evening.
4 based on 223 reviews
A unique place in a unique environment.Casa Canaria of the XVIII century decorated with much gusto.Un cozy place, Where he rewards quality and know-how.
Perfect for lunch and dinner for couples and friends. Ideal for parties too. The food is excellent prepared with fresh meat, fish and vegetables. The service is professional and friendly. The value for money is very fair.
4 based on 495 reviews
8 scruffy soaking wet walkers arrived in mid afternoon and the chef said no problem. Very elegant ambiance, welcoming staff, made to feel we were welcome guests, fish options fully explained and no pressure to order despite late arrival. Service impeccable and not intrusive. We had a variety of starters and main courses. All well presented. The portions were surprisingly large, very tasty and the waiter remarked on the clean plates we left!! This was one of our best eating experiences in the Canaries. Pity its so far from the UK.
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