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ANGIE

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Eating places off the beaten track
« on: February 25, 2018 »
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Any suggestions as to “different” places to eat? Somewhere away from the tourist hot spots, with good food, quirky setting, Canarian theme, etc. Also, can you give directions, pricing policy, opening times? Much appreciated.

Offline blarer

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Re: Eating places off the beaten track
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2018 »
Chirche.

Offline cs

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Re: Eating places off the beaten track
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2018 »
its still a bit touristy but in a different way to LG - La Oratava

we went for the day in December to see the nativity displays and were spoilt for choice for places to eat, we had a lovely tapas lunch and we plan on going back simply to try some other places, I'm sorry I didn't note the names but if you drive into the older part of the town and park up you will see what I mean. Prices were all very reasonable. 

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Re: Eating places off the beaten track
« Reply #3 on: March 04, 2018 »
 Restaurante Bodegón Hirache Gara vera de erques