Canary Island cuisine contains an abundance of products from this volcanic land: unique flavours such as the Canary Island banana or their potatoes, which form part of a long culinary tradition and have inspired recipes for Michelin-starred restaurants.
TO YOUR TASTE
Enjoy the culinary diversity of the Canary Islands, of their dishes influenced by a multitude of cultures, and the wide ranges of establishments that will bring the most traditional flavours to the most innovative compositions. Restaurants to suit all budgets and all tastes.
CANARY ISLAND TRADITION
In the “guachinches” or “bochinches” (house restaurants), the wineries and the cheesemakers on the Canary Islands, you can try Designation of Origin products and the most authentic dishes. Canary Island wines, which were seen in the works of William Shakespeare, will transport you back to another time, and the quality and variety of their cheeses—which win more and more awards year after year—are sure to amaze you.