Food & Drink

Vegan Restaurants in Lanzarote

We’ve noticed a steady increase in the number of places in Lanzarote, now catering to the Vegan food market. 

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Here’s where you can currently dine out on Vegan food across the island, which we’ve listed in alphabetical order:

Blooming Cactus

Vegetarian and vegan friendly restaurant in the old harbour area of Puerto del Carmen (Calle Teide 35). Tel: 608 29 38 73

Dolmen Sardinian

Vegan options available at this restaurant by Playa Bastian in Costa Teguise (Calle la Rosa). Tel: 622 63 36 43  read more »

Festival Enogastronomico Saborea Lanzarote 2016

The biggest annual food festival in Lanzarote will be held this weekend on Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th November 2016.

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The Festival Enogastronómico is held in La Villa de Teguise, the old capital of Lanzarote. The food stalls and events will be held in the Carpa Municipal de La Villa, Plaza de San Miguel and by the Palacio Spínola on c/ León y Castillo.

The opening hours are: Saturday 10:30 - 20:00 and Sunday 10:30 - 16:00.

This gastronomy event includes 40 restaurants, 10 wineries, 4 dairies producing artisan cheese and 15 other establishments offering other local products.  read more »

Christmas Gastronomy At Amura

There can´t be many better places to enjoy a special Christmas meal than at Amura in Puerto Calero. The restaurant is famed for it’s top class service, fabulous gastronomy, and one of the world´s great settings in a colonial style building in the marina at Puerto Calero.

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World Cheese Awards 2016: Lanzarote wins 12 medals

The World Cheese Awards were held in San Sebastián, mainland Spain, last weekend. This year's edition had more than 3,000 cheeses participating from over 31 different countries. I caught a programme on Spanish TV just by chance, which was a report on the selection process of the winners.

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I must admit I was impressed at the sheer magnitude of the event. A little bit like the Eurovision song contest but applied to cheeses!   read more »

Lanzarote Wine Tasting Menus 7-13 November 2016

Three of Lanzarote’s restaurants have special tasting menus available from the 7th to 13th November 2016.

 

The following menus are available priced at €25 per person (not including IGIC), each course includes a wine from Lanzarote.

Quemuac

Dine at Qué Muac in the San José Castle overlooking Puerto Naos in Arrecife. Open Friday & Saturday 20:00 to 23:00.

Bombón de foie con kikos y reducción de Malvasía.Princesa Ico Semidulce, Vega de Yuco.

Ensalada de queso de rulo de cabra grillado con habitas, jamón Ibérico y trigueros aderezados con vinagreta de balsámico y piñones.Guiguan Malvasía seco.

Solomillo de novillo al grill sobre papa untuosa y tocineta, verduritas de temporada salteadas y salsa de vino tinto canario.Yaiza tinto, Vega de Yuco.  read more »

Semana de La Mini Tapa 2016

The 6th edition of the gastronomy event, Semana de La Mini Tapa takes place in Tías, Lanzarote from the 11th to 18th November 2016.

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Tourists and residents are encouraged to visit Tías during the event, which involves visiting participating cafe bars and restaurants to taste their tapa and vote for your favourite.

Other businesses in the Zona Comercial Abierta de Tías have supported the event by offering discounted shopping and prizes. 

The mini tapa route costs €3 for a drink and the house speciality tapa created for the event, there are seven participating establishments:  read more »

How Many Bars And Restaurants Are There In Lanzarote?

We were asked this recently, and we thought it was a really interesting question, so we found the answers!

The simple answer is that there are 1764 Bars on the island and 982 restaurants. If you wanted to visit them all, and could manage three a day, it would take you about two and a half years.

The split by municipality looks like this:

 

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It’s also interesting looking at the evolution of the numbers over the years. Here are some highlights:  read more »

Lanzarote Restaurant Review, Los Aljibes de Tahiche

We are blessed with an abundance of good restaurants in Lanzarote, we have a waiting list of those we’re still haven’t eaten at, and we can finally cross off Los Aljibes de Tahiche.

Los Aljibes de Tahiche

We’ve tried to eat here a few times before and it’s not worked out for one reason or another. Now we’ve been, we’ll be back, it’s a lovely location, great food and friendly staff.   read more »


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