Food & Drink

Lanzarote wins 7 World Cheese Awards

Three local cheesemakers have been awarded 7 medals at the World Cheese Awards 2015: Finca de Uga, Tinache and Montaña Blanca.

Finca de Uga Lanzarote Cheese

This is no mean feat, considering that there were over 3,000 cheeses participating from 26 different countries and and a jury of 250 experts to evaluate them. The Canaries sent a  read more »

Eating Like A Local In Lanzarote

So you want to eat like a local when in Lanzarote? Both the times and what is eaten tends to be quite different to the pattern in northern Europe.

Although restaurants in the resorts will cater for you, If you turn up for lunch at 1200 or dinner at 1800 in a locals restaurant, don’t be surprised if they aren’t ready for you!

Breakfast – Before 0800

Coffee

Breakfast before work always involves coffee, and often is just coffee, although it may involve a croissant or some churros.

Second Breakfast – Around 1100

Croissant

This is when breakfast (Desayuno) really happens – mid morning, and often described as “going for coffee.” Once again,  read more »

Lanzarote Restaurant Review, Bar El Moreno

We’ve passed this bar many a time without realising that the Bar El Moreno in San Bartolomé is better known as “four forks” amongst the local community.

Bar El Moreno

El Moreno is situated on Calle el Quintero just off the mini roundabout on the main road in the centre of San Bartolomé  close to  the Monumento al Campesino. We needed somewhere to eat something quick one evening before a concert and decided to give it a try. We parked on the land opposite and walked past the tables on the terrace outside, they were buzzing, inside there are two main dining rooms, we sat down at a table by the bar.

Bar El Moreno Carne y Papas

This place is reminiscent of a sociedad and has a great atmosphere, the clients were a mixture of Spanish and English and within half an hour, almost every table was occupied.  We ordered the parillada de carne which is the dish that this bar is famous for. We asked for a portion for two people, the waiter asked again if we definitely wanted it for two people and when it arrived we realised why! It’s a  read more »

Tias Tapas Week

Last week was the fifth annual “Semana de la Mini Tapa” in Tías which is eagerly awaited by the locals and foreigners alike.

Tapa Week Leaflet  Tapa Week Leaflet 2

For those of you who have not attended one of these events, which also happen at various other towns around the island during the year, the idea is that participating bars and restaurants create a special tapa dish for the event. You visit each of the venues and ask for “tapa especial” and your choice of a glass of wine, a small beer or a soft drink, which are great value at 3€.  read more »

Lanzarote Restaurant Review, Volcan de La Corona

The Restaurante Gril Volcán de La Corona is situated in the village of Yé by the crossroads to the Mirador del Río. We decided to visit for Sunday lunch after a walk up Monte Corona, luckily we’d already decided to book a table in advance, as it was full by 2pm.

Volcán de La Corona Mojo y VinoVolcán de La Corona Message Board

It was our first time eating at the Volcán de La Corona, this restaurant has a patio area with a few tables outside and a large dining room inside. On this occasion we preferred to sit outside, it was a lovely day and we had a table in the shade. The fresh mojo sauces delivered with bread were good, in fact the Mojo Verde was one of the best we’ve ever sampled.  read more »

Lanzarote Wine Week A Success

Lanzarote wine week, which coincided with The European Day of Wine Tourism ended yesterday.

Charla-cata Malvasi?a

The week was kicked off by sommelier Pedro de Diego, who gave a wine tasting course called “The sommelier at home” at Castillo San José. He also gave a talk about the peculiarities of the Malvasía taste from Lanzarote wines, where the grapes are grown in conditions unlike anywhere else on the planet. It produces a unique and instantly recognisable taste and bouquet.

Senderismo - Malvasi?a II

Live radio broadcasts were made from Bodegas Rubicon, La Geria, El Grifo, Vulcano and Los Bermejos. Finally, our friends from Senderismo Lanzarote did a hike which ended at Bodega El Grifo, where the walkers were greeted with a tasting and live music.  read more »

Mini Tapa Week 2015

The fifth edition of the Semana de la Mini Tapa takes place in Tías from the 6th to 13th November.

V-Ruta-Minitapa-2015-CONCIERTO

Seven establishments have confirmed their participation in the Mini Tapa Week, where a tapa and drink will be available for €3. A concert has been organised on Friday from 20:00 to 22:00 with Boulevard & Treintytantos in the  read more »

International Sherry Week in Lanzarote

Lanzarote will be participating in the International Sherry Week from the 2nd to 8th November 2015, with lessons in sherry tasting and a food pairing dinner at the renowned La Tegala restaurant.

International Sherry Week

Discover the wonderful world of sherry through a pairing menu between different wine styles and the innovative cuisine of Germán Blanco. Learn to distinguish between a fino and a manzanilla, amontillado and oloroso, discover the magic of a palo cortado, the versatility of a cream and the elegance of an old Pedro Ximenez.

Sherry Tasting

Ana María Martin Abild,  a sommelier and certified Sherry Educator by the Regulatory Council of Jerez, will be holding a sherry tasting lesson in English on  read more »


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