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Restaurants in Corralejo

 

Corralejo Restaurants

The number of restaurants in Corralejo is what you would expect from a large and expanding resort. Whether it’s a romantic meal for two overlooking the marina or feeding the family whatever tickles your taste buds you will be sure to find an establishment that caters for it, in general a meal for four including drinks will cost in the region of €40 to €50.

The majority of the restaurants are found along the main street and around the old town, although there are many other clusters appearing down a number of the side streets. You will often find that the restaurants in the tourist areas have somebody outside whose job it is to give you information about the establishment and explain ‘why’ they are the best place to eat for the evening, these people are always friendly, knowledgeable and engaging.

There are over a 100 restaurants in the resort which cater for pretty much every cuisine on the planet so whether its Chinese, Italian, Tipico Canario, British or Irish Cuisine you will be spoilt for choice and you will never be too far away from the traditional Sunday Lunch!

Although most restaurants cater for most palettes our directory gives an indication of their ‘speciality’ Try and get off the beaten track a little though as some of the best eateries can be found around the side streets, marina and the old town, enjoy!

Cantante Cafe

Cantante Cafe in Corralejo, Take a head chef who's worked under the Michelin-starred Mark Hix in the UK, mix in locally-sourced produce, and you end up with Cantante Cafe's innovative gourmet menu.
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Di Napoli

This rustic restaurant serves some of the best stone baked pizzas in town.
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La Luna

The restaurant is part of Las Dunas Complex near to the old town harbour, and boasts incredible views of the bay. However the best thing about the restaurant is that they do a delicious mix of international and local cuisines. We recommend the fresh fish of the day with Canarian potatoes.
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Gregorio el Pescador

You might guess from the name (which translated reads Gregorio the fisherman) that this restaurant specialises in fish - seafood lovers better be prepared to get stuck in. The fish is all local too, from Corralejo itself and just along the coast in El Cotillo.
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El Anzuelo

Take a seat waterside and enjoy the view over Corralejo’s seafront from this friendly restaurant, which has a chiller cabinet full of the catch of the day for you to peruse. Select a sea bream or a parrotfish perhaps, or tuck it to a generous paella or lobster rice.
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La Taberna

Superb steak restaurant located very close to the sea-front in Corralejo, just behind the CC Atlantico. With a very comprehensive menu to suit all tastes and an excellent wine list to go with it. Traditional Spanish style for an authentic atmosphere.
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