Península de Jandía restaurants

Tapas in Morro Jable

Bar La Parada

The small menu here may be translated into several languages, but the voices around you are almost all Canarian and so is the entirely uncontrived feel. Local señores come for the hearty goat, rabbit or chickpea ste…
Cafe in Costa Calma

Rapa Nui

This is a good choice on a sunny day (and there aren't few), with its lovely terrace and sea views. It runs the adjacent surf shop and serves sandwiches, snacks, ice cream (made on the premises), ace cocktails, coff…
Tapas in Morro Jable

La Bodega de Jandía

With legs of ham hanging from the ceiling and vocal locals shouting out their orders, this atmospheric place has much more charm than the tourist restaurants along the seafront. Canarian specialities like ropa vieja…
Canarian in Cofete

Restaurante Cofete

This place powered by a wind turbine and decked with football memorabilia has the market cornered, but it still manages a slightly more sophisticated menu than you’d expect from a restaurant that’s literally at the …
Spanish in La Lajita

Bar Restaurante Ramón

Right next to the church, this restaurant with an outdoor terrace and full sea views does a good trade in grilled squid, grilled sardines and fried fish, as well as pasta, soup and salad. For appetisers, there are C…
Seafood in La Pared

Restaurante Bahía La Pared

With a commodious outdoor patio overlooking the mottled black basalt and sandy beach, the specialities here are fresh fish and seafood paella, though staff are rather jaded and harassed. The restaurant also runs an …
Seafood in Península de Jandía

El Caletón

There are three restaurants specialising in fresh fish and fish stew in little Puerto de la Cruz, a short drive from the lighthouse. All have outdoor terraces, but only El Caletón has ocean views.
Seafood in Morro Jable

La Laja

This decent but busy seafood choice is located on the corner of the boardwalk with excellent views.