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Ordered an omelette and salad with beverage, the omelette was cold and rubbery, the salad obviously packet lettuce which had been opened for some time was brown and soggy ( only regret I did not take a photo ). Omelette you could buy for £1.45...More
We had been driving through the cold and low cloud for a while before stumbling on this place for lunch. As soon as we sat down my wife was given a blanket to wrap around her - very thoughtful.
Next we had a lovely glass...More
This little cafe is within a cave. We just had hot drinks and delicious home made cakes all of which were good, however, they also offer a simple menu with stew, etc.
Small gift shop too.
Friendly efficient service.
We had the amazing idea to enjoy a dinner in Artenara on a Sunday evening at 8 pm. The problem was that the village seeming dead and it seemed that nothing was open. We went inside a restaurant but they were already cleaning up. We...More
Lovely to sit outside with a nice view of the monuments. So friendly and delicious food. We were a bit unsure, as veggies, because the menu looked very meaty. But we had the most delicious carrot and courgette stew/soup with corn bread and the tastiest...More
We stopped here for drinks and a snack to shelter from a very heavy storm whilst hiking.
The cafe was really welcoming and we were soaking! The delightful lady proprietor kindly tumble dried our wet jumpers and hats whilst we had the most delicious hot...More
Local food, quality was above average.
Interior of the restaurant/café was inside a cave.
Hostess was very kind and told stories about food we were eating.
The downside was that it turned out rather expensive. Be sure to ask what the price is before you...More
This is the absolute best restaurant we have found in Gran Canaria. Should you just do one thing on Gran Canaria then go to Artenara and visit Arta-Gaia. We were there for three days and tried the rabbit, goat and Spanish omelette. When we made...More