We’ve given up. It was a nice summer but it is now long gone. It’s colder and rainier every day, and the heating is back on… On the other hand, it is the time to eat soups, stews, and start baking again!!
Where we ate in… Lanzarote!
English: top / Español: abajo
Hello again! We are sorry about these weeks of silence, we went on holidays (to Lanzarote, you guessed it right!) and then well, we have been a bit lazy. But we are back now, and we don’t want you to miss the amazing places we went to while on holidays.
Lanzarote is a small volcanic island in the Canary Islands which is well worth a visit: amazing beaches, natural landscapes and a very well preserved environment. Also, the gastronomy is very particular. You will find fantastic fish, a wide selection of award winning cheeses and very special wines that you won’t find anywhere else (almost 100% production is sold and consumed locally). Most of the places we went to had been recommended by friends or internet searches, and we are very happy with our selection. Let us introduce you to…
El Sol (Famara)
In this little fishing village, base camp for many international surfers who want to enjoy the waves of Famara beach, hides this little restaurant. It may look like the typical Spanish seaside restaurant, but we were surprised by how carefully prepared the dishes came out of the kitchen, and the fantastic wine list (most of them locals, of course). The prices were also very reasonable and the portions generous.
What we had: Papas arrugás (boiled new potatoes) with the traditional green and red mojo sauces.