We had been to El Archete in February and loved it so went back last week only to find it has be taken over and the menu is totally different . We are SO disappointed and whilst it seemed popular with the locals on 31st...More
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The restaurant is a bit aside but it is really worth going there. The food is typical Spanish, with originality and style. The ambiance is cosy and nice. The portions were really large, with special attention to sauces and we had difficulty to finish all...More
My family and I have been visiting and enjoying Archete for 3 years, however we were extremely dissapointed this year. The food was poorly seasoned, plates were cold, and the main dishes were straight out terrible. The pasta was missing shrimps and had a distinct...More
We went there because of the good TripAdvisor ratings and got really disappointed. The waiter seemed to be annoyed to serve us and the food didn't make up for it. The squid and calamare were tough and rubbery, the sauce was too oily. The cod...More
This is one of the best restaurants in La Laguna. There are lots of "tascas" in the city, but if you are after fine dining this is the place. I have been a few times and tend to order fish but everything is delicious. Expect...More
Inside a very old Canary island style house, Archete offers you a modern and very good cooking bassed on the local food. Lovely "Black Pig" and very nice service. A quite good price for such a good quality.
Restaurant is located in historical part of La Laguna ,and offers interesting menu of seafood/meat dishes ,not typical for "tourist" restaurants of Playa Americas. Opened from 8 p.m.! Not cheap ,and spanish language knowledge skills are recommended...
AMAZING!!!! Restaurant in La Laguna. A local friend brought me here, otherwise I might not have discovered it. The chef, Angel, is a true artist working the local ingredients, which he clearly has a love affair with, into delicious masterpieces. No exaggeration. When you try...More
We wandered the streets before we slighted on this restaurant - the appetisers led us to believe that the food would be better than it actually was. I had gofio- a traditional canarian starter made from three different kinds of cereal- it was ok but...More