Re: What is the best restaurant in PDC?
Date: February 07, 2006 06:45PM
Oz, I think you probably were just unlucky with your inaugural trip to Casa Cabaña...but at the same time we could have been in the minority and got lucky on our only visit. Thought the food was good and pleasant atmosphere. Only ate at their other place once and, again, food was decent.
La Cañada - was impressed with the food there, slightly pricey, but the service was poor. Waiters seemed moody and efficient to the point of being rude. With both our main courses they took the liberty to change the accompaniments noted in the menu without informing us.
I've heard great things about the food at Bodecos but, given that the guy who runs it is among the most objectional people I've ever met, I'd sooner eat at MacDonalds. That may sound petty, but I can't stomach the thought of giving that obnoxious **** any of my cash.
La Casona de yaiza (just behind the main street, on the left) is well worth the effort if you're prepared to drive - but not sure about the round trip cab fare for an evening meal.
Quintins is probably the best place I've eaten in Lanzarote. Cheap n cheerful, I'd choose the Italian upstairs next to American Indian cafe or Grapevine next door to Mucky Duck in PdC.