Santa Cruz de la Palma restaurants

Top Choice Canarian in Santa Cruz de la Palma

Habana

This delightful pink-and-white wedding cake of a building has its terrace on a picturesque plaza overlooking a fountain and surrounded by flower-filled balconies. The coffee is simply superb, the staff are busy but …
Top Choice Canarian in Santa Cruz de la Palma

Enriclai

Just four tables, a 200-year old building, cool jazz on the soundtrack, a choice of dishes that alters daily according to what is fresh in season and universal acclaim from diners. Plus Carmen, an owner-cum-chef who…
Top Choice Canarian in Santa Cruz de la Palma

Restaurante Chipi-Chipi

Despite the name, this is no greasy diner, but a famous local restaurant that specialises in a variety of grilled meats, all served with loads of papas arrugadas (wrinkly potatoes) and mojo, with individual dining a…
Market in Santa Cruz de la Palma

Mercado Municipal

Situated on the site of a 16th-century house-hospital dedicated to Nuestra Señora de los Dolores (Our Lady of Sorrows), this excellent market is the place for fresh produce and deli items. Try a sugar-cane juice wit…
Italian in Santa Cruz de la Palma

Pizzeria Piccolo

Trade is good at this pizzeria on Avenida Marítima. A slice above the pizza norm, these have crisp thin bases and generous toppings. The homemade pastas are al dente delicious, plus there are risottos and lighter bi…
Spanish in Santa Cruz de la Palma

La Lonja

Occupying an old Canary house on the seafront with balconies bursting with colourful flowers, La Lonja is one of the most popular restaurants in town, with a mix of Canarian, Castillian and Mediterranean fare, like …
Canarian in Santa Cruz de la Palma

Casa Luís

Look for the barn-like doors at this locals’ place fittingly decorated with faded B&W photos of Santa Cruz in yesteryear. Portions are huge, but don’t bother asking for a menu; it’s whatever struck the owner’s f…
Venezuelan in Santa Cruz de la Palma

Bar-Arepera El Encuentro

Cheap and tasty, Venezuelan arepas (hot pockets made of corn or flour and filled with meat or cheese) and cachapas (stuffed corn pancakes) are an island staple. The setting is wonderful on a lovely shady square over…