Pure rustic La Gomera, what do you expect in the middle of the national park with difficult access. Watercress soup - superb, my husband had the chicken, which he would thoroughly recommend. No problem with the service.
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I can quite imagine how people dislike this place due to the rather brusque service, but you'll note very few complaints about the food. All I can say is, it's worth the inconvenience. After an exhausting walk up from Hermigua, we had 2 ice cold...More
The restaurant is part of the camping and is open for lunch (until 7pm). They serve good basic canarian food. We ate at the terrace, good chicken and pork with the canarian patotoes and beer. It at all matched pretty well, local cuisine in a...More
Traditional restaurant with amazing views towards Tenerife. We had canarian potatoes with mojo sauces and a huge salad - delicious and good value. Very friendly service.
This is situated at the crossing point of a number of walks through the National Park. It is really designed for walkers, so don't expect too much finery. The food is hot, local and exactly what you need after a long walk through the forest....More
True rustic charm. Simple but delicious and great value. Watercress soup was excellent and not as we imagined it, and the goat with canarian potatoes cooked in saffron was also tasty, the goat meat falling off the bones it was so tender. We sat outside...More
This is really a restaurant for hardy walkers as it is the mid-point of various tracks and difficult to access by car. It is situated overlooking a farm and stream with horses and lilies. You can sit in or out on tree trunks whilst admiring...More
This place was miserable & unwelcoming. One woman working there ignored us. Sat for ages without being acknowledged, until the waitress complained that our son's 'dirty' hands were messing the table cloth... we left immediately & wish we'd seen all the negative reviews before we...More
Fantastic location, great view, lovely terrace, but... Our group of 5 sat for 35 minutes and left without being acknowledged, let alone fed. When one of us went to look for the waitress to ask if she could take our order, she sent him packing...More
If you can walk to this place, then you probably should, with its babbling brook and a waterfall nearby. The brook is diverted, slightly, to feed a watercress bed, where, presumably, the watercress for La Vista's Potaje de Berros is grown. Potaje de Berros, Gomeran...More