TO EAT

New Cooking Courses From Cook In Lanzarote

Véro and Antonio at Cook In Lanzarote have announced the programme of cookery courses at the premises in Uga for early summer. They include: Indian cookery Spanish classics The famous Tapas class Veal Blanquette Rice cookery French cookery Thai cookery Fish cookery The beauty of these courses is that you get “hands on,” with your…

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Castillo San Jose

New menu at QuéMUAC Restaurant

With the arrival of Spring the QuéMUAC Restaurant at the Castillo de San José is renewing their gastronomic offering. From the 23rd of March onwards their menu is extended and completed with a variety of light and fresh dishes, both meat and fish ones, with Canarian flavours, as well as an attrative and suggestive selection…

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Charco de San Gines

Charco de San Ginés Restaurant Guide

In my opinion the picturesque Charco de San Ginés, generally known as Charco san Gines, area of Arrecife is hard to beat for dining out in Lanzarote, it has a plethora of restaurants and a great vibe. This seawater lagoon in the centre of the capital city is littered with tapas bars & restaurants around…

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Manrique Julep Cocktail La Delicatezza Lanzarote

Cocktails in Lanzarote

Enjoying a cocktail on holiday is on the to do list of many, especially as a sundowner drink watching one of our fabulous sunsets. Here’s our tips on where to find an amazing cocktail in Lanzarote. Specialist Cocktail Bars La Delicatezza Cocktail Bar in Puerto del Carmen La Delicatezza Cocktail Bar is situated on the…

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Pollo Asado El Mercado Lanzarote

Asadero de Pollos, The Great Spanish Take Away

You must call in to one of the Asadero de Pollos in Lanzarote if you get the chance, you won’t have tasted better chicken or believe the portions and prices. The local Asadero is the equivalent to our Fish and Chip shops in the UK. There is generally one in each Spanish town and well…

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Lanzarote Truffles

Truffles in Lanzarote

It may surprise you to know that truffles grow in Lanzarote, they’re known as papa cría, la trufa canaria. Truffles are normally associated with damp northern European forests, not in desert conditions on a Canary island, but if we’ve had a good quantity of rainfall over the winter, they can be found here from January…

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Sunday Lunch

Spanish Sunday And The Sobremesa

Spain is famous for it’s siesta culture. Siesta was important in the days before air conditioning, when workers would eat a hearty lunch (La Comida) before retiring to sleep for the hottest hours in the early afternoon, returning to work again early in the cooler evening, before enjoying a late and smaller evening meal (La…

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Wine Region La Geria

Wine Walks in Lanzarote

Like in previous years, different walks are being organised by D.O. Lanzarote, the Wine Regulatory Council, and Senderismo Lanzarote to explore and enjoy the island’s landscape, visit different wineries and sample their wines. These popular walks are very relaxed and low in difficulty, so you don’t need to be particularly fit or an experienced hiker…

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The Farm

Lanzarote Restaurant Review, The Farm in Matagorda

We needed to lunch in Puerto del Carmen this week, after a meeting in the resort, I’d heard some good reports about a new place, so we headed for The Farm in Matagorda. The Farm Country Kitchen & Bar to give it, it’s full name has a front entrance on the side of the C.C.…

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Casa Cabana

5 Special Occasions Restaurants In Puerto del Carmen

Puerto del Carmen is full of great restaurants of all types, and you could eat out for every meal for a long period and never try them all! We’re doing our best, but it’s a lifetime’s work to report on every single one of them. But there are some restaurants which are worthy of second…

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