There is a vast mix of eateries to choose from, ranging from spectacular seafood restaurants, to fine dining in Puerto Del Carmen. As well as traditional Spanish cuisine, Lanzarote is home to many Brit’s bars on the beach. If you’re looking for a little slice of home, enjoy a full English breakfast and a pint at S&G Sports Café and many others dotted around the island.
Located in Puerto Del Carmen, the Avenida de las Playas simply means ‘Avenue of Beaches’, meaning that the spectacular array of restaurants to be found there offer both first rate cuisine and a glorious ocean view to complement it.
Whether you are looking for cheap places to eat or a fine dining experience, the Avenida de las Playas will be able to accommodate your needs. Las Vegas is a popular restaurants for those who want an evening of fantastic cuisine. Serving up a range of Spanish and Mediterranean delicacies, each dish is lovingly prepared and presentation is key in every course, from the pate starters to scrumptious desserts.
Also along the Avenida de las Playas are traditional fast food chains, as well as independent cafes, bars and bistros. If you are in Puerto Del Carmen and have a yearning for some fine food, this should be your destination.
With such a gorgeous array of beaches in Lanzarote, it is only natural that a countless number of beachfront bars can be located all over the island. After a day of playing sports on the beach, strolling, or just sunning yourself on the sand, there is no greater complement than being able to order an ice-cold drink and enjoy a refreshing bite to eat.
The Aussies Beach Bar in Puerto Del Carmen has a reputation for being one of the friendliest bars in all of Lanzarote. It serves a hearty range of burgers and other fast food, as well as teas and coffees. Naturally, there is also plenty of frosty beer to be enjoyed, as well as soft drinks. Located right on the beach, it is ideal for families who want to enjoy the sea view as they eat.
The Sunset Beach Bar & Restaurant, as the name suggests, is also right by the beach. Boasting a traditionally British pub feel to it, you can enjoy cocktails, or mocktails for the under-18s, as well as play pool and try your luck on the fruit machine.
Lanzarote is home to a fantastic selection of Brit bars on the beach; so if you are feeling a little homesick for some traditional British cuisine, or a pint of lager, you can still enjoy the tastes of home and the climate of the Canaries.
KISS Tapas Bar, located in Playa Blanca, is one such bar that offers British tourists with a little taste of home. Located just across the road from the beach, this bar offers a delicious array of drinks, from cocktails to gin and tonic, and also serves mouth-watering toasties, burgers and chips. Right by the sea, if offers beautiful views at any time of the day.
If you have a passion for sport, don’t miss calling in at S&G Sports & Cafe Bar for a cold pint. This bar is famed for its friendly staff and family atmosphere, showing sport throughout the day and serving all kinds of British food, including a Sunday roast.
Lanzarote boasts some of the finest restaurants to be found anywhere in the Canary Islands, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of more reasonably priced places, too. Cheap places to eat can be located all over the island, offering great food at equally great prices.
A favourite with visitors from all around the world is the delightful Cafe de la Plaza, in Puerto Calero. There aren’t many eateries in Lanzarote where you can enjoy an afternoon tea, but here it is possible. The cakes are fresh and the tea is brewed to perfection. This quaint cafe has first-rate service and a quaint and inviting exterior.
Mi Piace in Costa Teguise is a friendly Italian eatery that offers traditional Italian cuisine, for an excellent price. Diners can eat on the terrace and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of sun and palm trees as they dine on a range of dishes.
The fabulously scenic location of El Charco de San Gines makes it the perfect place in Arrecife to enjoy an excellent meal. Take in the enriching views of the boats floating on the waters as you dine in this incredibly romantic setting. The view is most breathtaking at sunset, but offers gorgeous scenes at any time of the day or night.
La Tabernita del Charco is one of the most popular eateries in the area. Offering a very quiet and cosy ambiance, the restaurant is open late and can be found right beside the water, making for an idyllic view of the boats and harbour.
A little further down El Charco de San Gines, you can find Naia, a delightful bistro that serves fresh seafood and Spanish delicacies, as well has having an excellent selection of wines. Naia is also right beside the water so patrons can take in the view.
Gourmet eateries can be found all over Lanzarote, providing patrons with world-class cuisine, the finest décor, and unrivalled hospitality. One of the absolute finest of fine dining experiences can be had at Lani’s Cafe Restaurant. Overlooking the ocean, this restaurant in Puerto Del Carmen ensure that the view is just as breathtaking as the food. Serving a range of seafood and Mediterranean delicacies, the décor is clean and the food is to die for. Enjoy a refreshing breakfast or order a bottle of champagne and indulge in an incredible evening meal. This place just must be tried.
Lilium is another gourmet restaurant that furnishes diners with a view that rivals the exquisite cuisine. Right beside the harbour, diners can eat al fresco and take in the absolutely stunning visual of the harbour lights glimmering on the water. It has an impressive wine list and is famed for serving some of the greatest desserts to be found in Lanzarote.
Lanzarote’s harbours are beautiful sight to behold, so it’s a small wonder that so many restaurateurs have decided to open their eateries right beside the water. Harbour restaurants serve up a view that is to be savoured just as much as the excellent cuisine.
La Veleta Bar Terraza in Lanzarote’s Old Town harbour is one of the most popular harbour restaurants on the island for this reason. Famed for its exquisite seafood and Spanish dishes, this eatery is sat right beside the harbour to provide a spectacular view. The menu is varied and hospitality is second to none.
The harbour by Puerto Del Carmen is home to Cofradia de Pescadores la Tinosa, one of the island’s finest seafood restaurants. With an extensive wine list and freshly prepared fish dishes, this harbour restaurant overlooks the harbour’s edge, so patrons can watch the boats pull in and out as they dine.
Los Pocillos promenade makes for an absolutely beautiful walk at any time of the day, and along the promenade can be found a wonderful variety of places to eat. Handy for the beach, the promenade provides you with an unobstructed sea view as you dine.
La Marisma is one such restaurant. This eatery can be found right by the promenade and provides patrons with a gorgeous view of the beach; eat on the patio and enjoy a range of delicious dishes, all very reasonably priced, ranging from quick bites to Spanish delicacies.
Restaurante El Molino can also be found along the Los Pocillos promenade. If you are in the mood for tapas, look no further than this favourite eatery, overlooking the beach. Serving everything from seafood, to steaks, to pizza, Restaurante El Molino is a favourite with holidaymakers from all over the world, who flock to enjoy the great food and fun atmosphere.
Lanzarote is surrounded by the beautiful blue waters of the Atlantic, so it’s only natural that this island is home to some of the world’s most mind-blowing seafood restaurants, each serving up the freshest fish cuisine to be found anywhere in the world.
One of the most famous seafood restaurants in Lanzarote is Casa Rafa Restaurante de Mar, in El Golfo. This eatery is famed for its delectable seafood delicacies, all of which are cooked freshly to order and are guaranteed to delight visitors. The paella is particularly mouth-watering.
A trip to Puerto Del Carmen will give you the opportunity to sample the seafood of Mardeleva, one of the island’s favourite fish eateries. Mardeleva serves only the freshest fish, which draws diners back time and time again. Aside from the seafood, the desserts are also to die for. Diners can eat al fresco and enjoy the view of the local harbour.