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avid sweats in the kitchen whilst front of house katy runs an immaculate British breakfast to teatime cafe. i have never had a better home made omelette, the apple betty is out of this world and the sunshine pours down.They have a well stocked library and english newspapers are always available.
They seem to attract all the beautiful people and its not only a nice place to eat but also to hang out
Favorite Dish: the apple betty. but everything is so fresh you wont be dissappointed and its reasonable.
Written Nov 22, 2006
Address: ave generalismo 34
This is not the only cake shop in Puerto de la Cruz but it was my favourite. Every time we walked past it we were tempted to look at the lovely selection od cakes that they had on display, planning what to have later on (or maybe immediately!). being so nice and so popular it does tend to run out of cake early into the evening (8pm or so) so if you want cake after that you'd maybe end up at one of the other cake places. These are good too, just not quite as good as Rancho Grande!
Favorite Dish: Cakes! I prefer the style that have lots of fruit in and on them, as shown in the pictures. Very tasty.
Written Apr 19, 2006
We always head here when we want some good Canarian food in Puerto de la Cruz. They do a variety of stuff that we can eat, mainy what might be deemed as tapas but isn't billed as such. On occasion we've had fried La Palma cheese with honey & nuts and mojo, wrinked potatoes (again with mojo), spanish omlette and manchego cheese. All of it was delicious, and its position on the main street makes it ideal for people watching.
Favorite Dish: See above!
Updated Apr 18, 2006
There must have been something good about La Coronela because I ate there twice! It is a curious building with a grass roof, overlooking the crashing surf of Playa Martianez.
La Coronela has several identities. In the evening it seems to be mainly a cocktail bar, while during the day it serves drinks and a wide range of good value food. I had a pleasant 4 euro tortilla on my first visit and, for my second meal, some fried sea bass with russian salad. There seemed to be a variety of nationalities eating/drinking there, generally relaxing in the shade of the sun umbrellas.
Its a pleasant place to people-watch. Next door is a Surf School and sometimes you can watch the bronzed newbie surfers warming up in a long line on the black sandy beach!
Written Sep 6, 2009
Address: Playa Martianez
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