23 Answers

where to go to eat in Costa Teguise ?

Asked by: 27th June 2012

Heading over in October but I will be on my own for a few days as hubby can’t go the same time so just wondering where to go to eat

Any Ideas?


23 Answers

  1. mike on Jun 27, 2012

    hi sally, u shud wait for a flight out together then lol…. so many nice restaurants to eat out in costa tequise, but a few i would reccommend are… La Hacienda which is a mexican restaurant at the top of the square past the lighthouse bar n restaurant, la chimena which is before u come to the beach near popeyes, these are just a few of so many to chose from. have a great holiday, we are heading out there for 2 weeks in 4 days, cant wait 🙂

  2. Audrey Graham on Jun 27, 2012

    We have been going to Costa Teguise for the past 6 years and find most resaturants very good. Our favourite is El Navarro, delicious food at reasonable prices. Also if you like Chinese food, The Emperor is very good. We fly out next week for a fortnight, cant wait!

  3. Barry White on Jun 27, 2012

    Anywhere on Calle Las Olas is good 🙂 but avoid the WhiteHouse if it’s still there – we found it over priced and no atmosphere 🙁
    Going back out Sunday 1st July for two weeks – can’t wait!! 🙂 🙂

  4. Kitty on Jun 27, 2012

    Hi Sally

    If you type ‘restaurants’ into the find questions box top right you will find loads of recommendations from previous posts

  5. delyth on Jun 27, 2012

    Hi Sally

    We like the Villa Toleda which in on the promenade at the far end of the beach near playa bastian. Not too pricey and a lovely service. We tend to leave this as a treat for our last night. We fly out on Saturday morning for 2 weeks. Getting rather excited now.See you all there !!! ha ha

  6. mike on Jun 27, 2012

    hi barry we fly out on the 1sr aswell, where u stayin? evryone have a great holiday… we will 😉

  7. delyth on Jun 27, 2012

    Hi mike , barry. We will be staying at Sirocco Apartments – opposite Sands Resort. Hope you all have a great holiday x

  8. Rachael on Jun 28, 2012

    Loads of places to eat, some better than others obviously. Barry’s right about the White House – ideas above it’s station as my Granny would say! Nice Tapas place behind it though and the swiss restaurant in the square is good and quite small so not too overwhelming if you’re on your own.
    To all of you who go on Sunday – enjoy. I’m well jel, I’ve got another 2 weeks to go.

  9. David myers on Jun 28, 2012

    Just have a walk round and try the ones that appeal to you your taste is just that yours so recommends may not be your cup of tea its the best island for great restaurants you cant go wrong, the prices are all displayed outside so you wont get any nasty shocks

  10. markhagedorn on Jun 28, 2012

    just got back from Costa teguise and was impressed with the meal we had at Mastil excellent restaurant food at reasonable prices. Would definitely recommend! The restaurant is situated just up the hill on the left past the now defunct Ryans Bar!

  11. mike on Jun 28, 2012

    hi markhagedorn, has ryans bar reopened under new owners or is it now shut n up for sale as i new the people who used to work in there and the dad has moved to hong kong n craig has moved back to uk.

  12. Sue on Jun 28, 2012

    Hi Mike, sadly Ryans Bar is still closed at the moment. There’s no sign of it re-opening yet.

  13. Kath on Jun 28, 2012

    I agree with Markhagedorn, Mastil Restaurant is lovely food and friendly staff and fairly reasonable, we have been going to Costa Teguise for about 7 years and have always been to Mastil for a treat on the last night. The steaks are lovely.

  14. denise on Jun 28, 2012

    just got back from c/t was there for 2 wks, missing it already love it there. The catty sark does lovely home made food, and if you like chinese food the golden city is a must eat as much as you like for 4.50 lovely food. Enjoy your hols i envy u.

  15. Sally on Jun 29, 2012

    Thanks for the info, will check out Villa Toleda and Mastil and as David says I will walk around to see what I like. Can’t wait to go. To all that are going enjoy.

  16. david charles hind on Jun 29, 2012

    Mel jels,next to the galeon playa does a great breakfast and sandwiches,cup of tea is great to

  17. Barry White on Jun 29, 2012

    Mike: We’re at Oasislanz 🙂

  18. Lili on Jul 03, 2012

    La Haceinda is so good! Got back yesterday morning and ent there nearly everyday on our holiday the strawberry margaritas are amazing and the waiter amellio made our holiday!

  19. mike on Jul 04, 2012

    We ate at la hacienda last nite, was really nice, fajhitas are really good there, great service. El patio for tea 2nite 🙂 weather is sooo hot. 🙂

  20. David myers on Jul 04, 2012

    Lilli/Mike just wondering what sort of cost your meals were in La Hacienda never used it but if its good maybe worth a trip next time i am over

  21. mike on Jul 04, 2012

    Hi david we were in there on monday night n we both had garlic bread wiv cheese to start n then fajhitas for main with a drink each n it cost 37 euros which with the service u get on top of that n pictures taken with sonbreros on I think its value for money. Would definately recommend it. Off to el patio for tea 2nite 🙂

  22. David myers on Jul 04, 2012

    Thanks for the info Mike will give it a go next time im over enjoy your meal cheers

  23. Barry White on Jul 19, 2012

    Pablos – behind the Lighthouse pub/Crepe Bar. Excellent food, service and VFM. We ate there 4/5 times whilst there and were never disappointed. In fact we couldn’t get in one night and ended up at El Meastro where we waited nearly 1 1/2 hours for our food to come out – not normal for there but we never went back! The White House (Casa Blanca) is still there and looks as boring as ever! El Mistral was good “home cooked” food and very reasonable as well. Unfortunately El Portofino has gone along with La Pardela to make way for a huge perfumery. La Pardela has re-opened on the seafront next to Hammy’s (Excellent lamb in Hammy’s). Surfwings bar is the ideal place to end the evening.