Restaurants in Morro Jable Fuerteventura
What was once a small fishing village with only 200 inhabitants, Morro Jable has now grown into one of the biggest holiday resorts for German tourists on the island (with around 8,000 inhabitants). It was during the early eighties that tourism first took off after the construction of the first Robinson club.
Some of the beaches here are the longest and most beautiful in the Canary Islands stretching 35km and there’s plenty to do for the water sports enthusiast from jet skiing to windsurfing.
The older part of the town offers authentic traditional seafood dishes, and if you’d rather, there are a number of international bars and restaurants in the new part of Morro Jable, especially along the beachfront promenade of Avenida Tomás Grau Gurrea or on the main road of Avenida del Saladar.
This Posada-Tasca-Bodega style restaurant serves a variety of Spanish/ Canarian dishes: cheeses, ham, sausages, croquettes (especially the shrimp croquettes) and many more. A good selection of local wines are also available and life music is played during the weekends.
Located on the promenade of Morro Jable with terrace facing the sea, Saavedra Clavijo offers a good selections of homemade dishes, fresh seafood and meats. Accompany your meal with white, red or rose wine before attempting the desserts on the menu which includes homemade flan with cream, Crème brûlée, chocolate mousse, tiramisu, and rice pudding.