Destination FuerteventuraDestination Fuerteventura

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

It is not surprising that in most restaurants on the island, fish is at the top of the menu, particularly in those on the coast. Swordfish, sea bass, octopus and sea slugs feature amongst the more popular delicacies. Further inland there are ingredients on the menu that are more rural in nature, such as goat, rabbit, gofio (meal involving roasted maize) and the famous Maxorata cheese. Most main courses are served with a sharp mojo sauce and the local potato dish ‘papas arrugadas’.

El Tren

A popular restaurant on the quay side of Corralejo that specialises in fish such as salted, baked sea bass. The restaurant also serves grilled meat.
Address: Calle La Marina 12, Corralejo

Bahia de Cata (better known as Nestors)

Friendly, with an “all you can eat” barbecue at the weekend, with a good variety of international dishes and tropical cocktails on weekdays. Famous for its spare ribs.
Address: Next to Caleta Gardens, Caleta de Fuste

Casa Princess Arminda

A family-run restaurant in a secluded spot behind the old church in Betancuria. You can choose between dining alfresco in the courtyard or within a peaceful environment. Address: Calle Juan de Bethencourt 2, Betancuria

Blue Jeans Steak House

A family-friendly restaurant that is renowned for its extensive menu, which often includes kangaroo and ostrich, in addition to the usual pork and chicken.
Address: Calle Antonio Hernandez Paez, Corralejo

La Marismo

A very popular fish restaurant that is run by three brothers who take it in turns to go to sea to bring in the catch of the day.
Address: Calle Santo Tomas, El Cotillo

El Patio de Lajares

A stylish restaurant in Lajares, furnished with antiques, silverware and oil paintings. Prides itself on its extensive wine cellar.
Address: Carretera Vieja del Cotillo 5, Lajares

Cafés

Most cafés can be found on the quays of Corralejo, Puerto del Rosario and Caleta de Fuste. The best remedy against the morning blues is to throw back a very strong cup of coffee.

Café de Paris

Delicious coffee and dangerously delicious cake at the end of the Corralejo harbour.
Address: Avenida Señora del Carmen 38, Corralejo

Café de Vienna

The name implies fantastic coffee and delicious cake and that is exactly what you get. The excellent service is an added bonus.
Address: Calle Juan de Austria 27, Corralejo

Café Latino

A pavement café on the beach, far removed from the regular hustle and bustle. Good coffee, fantastic milkshakes and relaxed jazz complete the atmosphere.
Address: Avenida Maritima 21, Corralejo

Café Bar Mozart

A stylish way in which to begin your day or to spend your lunchtime. A good selection of various types of coffee and accompanying liquors.
Address: Centro Comercial Atlántico 28, Caleta de Fuste

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