Food & Drink

Awaken Your Senses At Amura This Summer

Amura is the imposing colonial style building in Puerto Calero, looking over the marina, and home to some of Lanzarote’s best gourmet cuisine, made with the very best local ingredients.

Amura Front

This summer, they are using the slogan “Awaken your senses” to encourage visitors to try their unique dining experience.  read more »

Lanzarote Restaurant Review, Casa Felix

We were lucky to find a free table at Bar Restaurante La Aulaga Casa Félix on a Friday night in Costa Teguise. Despite not having made a reservation, Gustavo managed to find us a table on the terrace, the place was buzzing with a very friendly atmosphere.

Casa Felix MenuCasa Felix Tapas

The Tapas Menu at Casa Félix is excellent, a tapa is €2.50, half ration €3.50 and full ration €5.50, there’s a fabulous choice of dishes and we ordered three tapas including puntillas (baby squids), pimientos padrón (small green peppers) and boquerones fritos (fried anchovies) which were served with the trio of mojo and alioli sauces.

We decided to order  read more »

New Image For Toro, Puerto del Carmen

Chef Luis León has given the go ahead for a new image for the popular Toro Restaurante in Puerto del Carmen, on the roundabout connecting Puerto del Carmen and Puerto Calero.

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Previously known as “El Toro,” the restaurant is now simply known as “Toro,” with the byline of the famous chef’s name - Luis was recently named as being one of the top 12 chefs in The Canary Islands.  read more »

Lanzarote Recipe - Mojo Sauce

Everyone who comes to Lanzarote loves Mojo - the sauce served with bread, potatoes or fish as a Canarian staple. And every local chef has their own recipe, which they are convinced is the best in the world!

Mojos  read more »

New In Amura - Tapas Menu

Amura in Puerto Calero has always been known for their fine dining experience. But they have recently introduced a new tapas menu, so that people can enjoy the very best in Tapas in Amura’s luxurious surroundings overlooking the marina in Puerto Calero.

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Amura is recommended in both the Respol Guide and also as a “Big Gourmand” location in the Michelin Guide.   read more »

Luis Léon Named Among Top 12 Chefs In The Canaries

Luis Léon, who is the chef at Toro Restaurante in Puerto del Carmen has achieved another award to add to his growing collection. He has been named in Binter Magazine as one of the top 12 chefs in the islands.

Toro 1  Toro

Toro started five years ago, and Léon’s cuisine has justifiably become famous for using the very best ingredients - meats that have hung for more than 70 days, the vey best Spanish meat from acorn fed black pigs, and plenty of local ingredients, including wild rabbit.

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Lanzarote Restaurant Review, Mercado Diecisiete

I can’t believe Mercado Diecisiete has been open for more than a year now and it’s our first time of eating there, time passes so quickly.

Mercado Diecisiete Interior

This restaurant is situated in Pueblo Marinero, the popular square in the heart of Costa Teguise. The square was buzzing, it was Friday night and the bars with outside tables were packed, we arrived at Mercado Diecisiete and was surprised to find it quiet, we received a friendly welcome and were offered a table of our choice. 

Mercado Diecisiete Muebles

We were only planning on a main meal but was persuaded to have a little starter to share with our bottle of wine, the bread with tomato and Iberian ham was just right.   read more »

Lanzarote Restaurant Review, Cevicheria La Esquina Maria

It was thanks to our foodie friends Benn & Zoe that we discovered the Cevicheria La Esquina Maria in Famara.

Cevicheria La Esquina Maria

This Peruvian cafe bar is situated on the seafront row of properties in the village of Caleta de Famara, whilst El Risco and Sol in the same line face out to sea, this establishment faces inwards. There’s something very relaxing about sitting at a table feeling the sand beneath your toes, plus you can’t beat the laid back atmosphere in Famara.

Pisco SourCevicheria al estilo Peruano

It was Sunday lunch so we ordered a Pisco Sour cocktail whilst we browsed the menu. This was our first taste of Peruvian food and we didn’t recognise the dishes, luckily there was a picture menu and our waiter was extremely friendly and helpful.  read more »


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