Top ChoiceFusion in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Llévame al Huerto

With its blonde-wood tables, plants in baskets, outsize lampshades and colourful cushions, this superb cocina eco fusión place serves a to-die-for 'flexitarian' menu, delivered to your table (with mismatched...

Top ChoiceSpanish in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Deliciosa Marta

This chic place with its exposed stone wall and moody lighting has become one of Las Palmas' prime dining spots over the last decade or so. Chef-owner Pol trained in Barcelona at the famous El Bulli – and it...

Top ChoiceItalian in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Peccôu de Gôa

This superb Italian place in the north of town is so often packed, they may have to shove you in a back room. But it's worth it. The restaurant specialises in fainà, a kind of unleavened flatbread made of...

Top ChoiceMarket in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Street Market Triana

This super-duper indoor market is an excellent culinary addition to the town. Inside is a line of small outlets selling all manner of foods, plus a bar. Try the Mojos and the Papas for tapas or El Sibarita for...

Burgers in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Lava

If you're hankering after decent burgers in a snappy environment, flash-looking Lava has a busy sense of purpose about it and some neat aesthetics too: cool, black table mats, black ceramic plates, black napkins,...

Spanish in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

El Cid Casa Pablo

This grand old restaurant with a knight in armour over the front door has copious Spanish-celebrity pics adorning its walls, telling you this is the place for solid traditional dishes, particularly seafood and...

Japanese in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Amaki

With a wood interior and neat rows of bento boxes (from €8.90), this prim, petite Japanese place serves decent steamed chicken and vegetable gyoza (dumplings; €3.60), filling miso soup (€2.95) with tofu and...

Seafood in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

La Marinera

Dine within earshot of thundering surf at this enduring and popular seafront fave. There are a few meat dishes, but the menu is predominantly and suitably fishy, with fresh fish sold by the kilo (keep an eye on...

Korean in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Kim's Pojangmacha

Head north up Calle Secretario Artiles from Calle Alfredo L Jones and on your right you'll find this glowing, no-frills hole-in-the-wall spot. There's no English or Spanish writing outside, just the name in...

Tapas in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Bodegón El Biberón

With a huge number of hams hanging from hooks, this popular tapas restaurant has a good-looking traditional interior and serves dependable takes on all the classics: papas arrugadas con mojo (wrinkly potatoes...

Canarian in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Restaurante Casa Montesdeoca

This romantic restaurant is set in an exquisite 16th-century house (later restored in 1757). Dine in the gorgeous, leafy patio with its traditional wooden balconies and sunny yellow walls. The steaks are...

Bakery in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Panadería Miguel Díaz

Behind tall wooden doors, this panadería (bakery) has been serving up tasty baked goodies to the fine folk of Las Palmas since 1920.

Italian in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

La Dolce Vita

Stuffed away down a very narrow pedestrian street, La Dolce Vita serves homemade pasta that's the real thing, with decadent sauces featuring caviar and black truffles. Gluten-free options are available. The decor...

Canarian in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

De Cuchara

As well as a four-course menú Canario, there's an appealing choice of tapas here too, served from 8pm. Try the arroz negro con chipirones y al i oli (squid in ink with rice; €11) or the rehogado de lentejas con...

Deli in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

La Jamonería De La Quinta

Selling a fine selection of high-quality wines, hams and Canary Islands cheeses to gourmands from all over town, this swish-looking and crisp deli-cafe-restaurant sits on the ground floor of the modernist Bonello...