Food & Drink

Lanzarote Restaurant Review - Casa Belga

So many friends had told us to visit Casa Belga, and we finally made it down there last week. Our original plan was to simply have a drink and try some of the beers they have already become famous for, but in the end the food looked so good, we tried that too!

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As you can guess from the name, Casa Belga is a Belgian owned family run business, and it’s located in the run of shops bars and restaurants overlooking Playa Los Pocillos in Centro Commercial Jameos Playa. There are tables and chairs both inside and outside, and  read more »

Tasting Lanzarote Food & Wine Festival 2015

The popular Festival Enogastronomico Saborea Lanzarote returns to La Villa de Teguise at the end of November.

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During the 28th and 29th of November visitors and residents of Lanzarote will be able to enjoy the big gastronomy festival in the old historic old capital. Professionals from the industry will be demonstrating their gastronomic concepts with plenty of food and wine tasting available.

The focus for the event will be the large white tent on plaza maretas, situated behind the iconic church in the centre of Teguise. Local restaurateurs, catering companies, wine & cheese producers will all be present with stalls and demonstrations to prove their passion for our gastronomy. In addition many of  read more »

Feria De La Tapa, Puerto del Carmen

This is a guest article from Gerry Haughian, who runs the website Gerry’s Kitchen and is a regular visitor to Lanzarote, with his wife Nicola.

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In the lead up to World Tapa Day, Saborea Lanzarote organised Feria De La Tapa, an fantastic food and drink festival that took place over two days in the old harbour square in Puerto Del Carmen’s old town at the end of September.  read more »

Tapas Festival Puerto del Carmen 2015

The 4th edition of the popular Feria de la Tapa will be celebrated in Puerto del Carmen on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th of September 2015.

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This tapas festival offers visitors an ideal opportunity to discover the gastronomy of Lanzarote. There will be lots of different stalls offering a wide variety of food and wine for tasting. As it’s tuna season, the show cooking chefs from the island will be demonstrating how to carve tuna and the amateur cooking contest is based on using Skipjack tuna.

The fun starts at 19:00 on Saturday 26th September and 11:00 on Sunday 27th September. The food festival is situated in Plaza del Varadero, by the harbour in the old town area of Puerto del Carmen.

Already confirmed as attending with food stalls are:

11 restaurants: Bar La Galería, Minato Sushi Bar Lanzarote, Puerto Bahía, Taberna de Nino, Los Aljibes de Tahíche, El Cangrejo Rojo, El Sardinero, La Chalana, La Cofradía de La Tiñosa, Mamma Carolina & El Asador.

2 cheese manufacturers: Filo el Chuchillo & Los Callaítos

6 wineries: Bodega Vega de Yuco, La Grieta, La Geria, Guiguan, Rubicón & Tierra de Volcanes

3 bakeries: Ana María, La Montagne & Taberna Atlántica

1 ice-cream manufacturer: Helatlon

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Saturday 26th September

18.00 Opening of the Feria de la Tapa Saborea Lanzarote  read more »

Lanzarote Restaurant Review - Restaurante Famara, Puerto del Carmen

Tucked away in the Old Town, next to The Island Bar, is the newly opened Famara Restaurant which we discovered by accident one afternoon while deciding where to eat.

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Attracted in by the warm welcome and friendly humour of owner, Said, as  read more »

Michelin Star Chef Rene Mathieu Tasting Menu

Belgian Chef René Mathieu is a well known name in the world of haute cuisine, he’s held a Michelin Star for 20 years for his work at Le Capucin Gourmand and La Distillerie.

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The Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel will be hosting a tasting menu at their gourmet restaurant Isla de Lobos, featuring the creations of Chef René Mathieu from the 10th to 12th September. Chef Mathieu has created the following tasting menu with the support of Chef Joao Henrique Faraco and Executive Chef Víctor Bossecker from the hotel.

The tasting menu is available at €55 per person without drinks and €80 per person with wine pairing included.

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Lanzarote Restaurant Review, Da Vinci

Da Vinci in Puerto del Carmen had been mentioned more than a few times on our Facebook page as somewhere our readers liked to eat. It wasn’t somewhere we had thought about, when looking for food in that holiday resort. We found ourselves in need of sustenance when it was the Fiestas del Carmen, so we decided to give it a go.

Da Vinci Pizzeria Restaurante

I think what has put us off before is the waiter / PR standing on the street outside, on this occasion he allowed us to browse the menu and just offered us a table, when we had made a decision.  read more »

Lanzarote Restaurant Review, La Bulla

It was one of those days when nothing went right, the car didn’t start, the restaurant we had been planning to have lunch at was closed and then we found ourselves at La Bulla.

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It was a very hot day in the capital and we started to relax when we found a slight breeze around the picturesque waterfront of Charco de San Ginés. Looking for somewhere new to try, we settled on La Bulla, liking it’s elevated position and panoramic view over the charco with the distinctive San Ginés church tower in the distance.

Charco de San Gines view from La Bulla

La Bulla offer Spanish cuisine with a choice of salads, tapas, tablas and pinchos. We liked their different combinations, looking across to other tables the chipirones rebozados was popular and looked great, I was tempted but in the end we opted for  read more »


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