North Coast Tenerife restaurants

Top Choice Canarian in Puerto de la Cruz

Tito’s Bodeguita

Despite the mildly off-putting location right off a busy roundabout a few kilometres south of the town centre, the patios, flower-filled gardens and atmospheric interior of this 18th-century country mansion, restaur…
Top Choice Bakery in La Orotava

Relieve Restaurant

With such adorable delights as blueberry tart, moist double-chocolate brownies, macaroons, pastries and a wonderful selection of breads, this small but busy corner cafe and bakery is quite simply the best place in t…
Top Choice Canarian in Garachico

Mirador de Garachico

This pleasing combo of contemporary bar and restaurant, plus tasteful art-and-crafts store, serves creative combinations such as venison in a chocolate-and-pepper sauce, and banana, spinach and smoked-fish croquette…
Top Choice Canarian in La Orotava

Bar la Duquesa

Cooking since 1942, this friendly and popular family-run place has a pleasing interior of old photos, decorative gourds and farming utensils. The menu includes sound and hearty local choices such as chicken soup, le…
Top Choice International in La Orotava

Restaurante Victoria

Dine at this superb restaurant in Hotel Rural Victoria's elegant atrium. There's exemplary presentation and flair in such dishes as duck confit with saffron, and the Canarian classic, rabbit in salmorejo (a marinade…
Tapas in Puerto de la Cruz

Rosa Negra

At this small, popular tapas bar beneath Calle la Hoya's palm trees you can take a seat under a parasol out front and watch the Puerto de la Cruz life go by while devouring some good-value, decent tapas. Partake in …
Bakery in La Orotava

Casa Egon

Founded in 1916, this is the oldest pasteleria (cake shop) in the Canaries and has happily maintained its stuck-in-a-time-warp ambience with custard-coloured paintwork, antique weighing scales, original floor tiles …
Canarian in Puerto de la Cruz

Regulo

The setting is fairy-tale atmospheric; a 200-year-old building with creaky, uneven floors, rustic antiques and small dining rooms covering three floors, set around a leafy central courtyard. The Canarian cuisine att…
Canarian in La Orotava

Tascafe Grimaldi

Swathed in tranquillity, the main terrace of this historic 1624 mansion, with its sea views, fountain and drago (dragon) tree, is the place to head on a balmy summer’s evening. It's a laid-back cafe, bar and elegant…
Canarian in Puerto de la Cruz

Bodega Julian

If you've grown weary of voluminous multilingual menus that read like a ledger, the reassuringly snappy list here is a refreshing change. The time-tested specialties of the house that keep people coming back include…