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restaurants and foodie places in the North?

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restaurants and foodie places in the North?

Staying for a week in Agaete at end of Jan, and would be interested in foodie destinations in the north (and the mountains). I guess we have fairly high standards foodwise, so interested in anything over and above the bog-standard tourist stuff. Interesting local food and wine shops too :-)

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Nothing doing?

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2. Re: restaurants and foodie places in the North?

I´m going to Agaete for NYE. I´ve been told Agaete is famous for its fish restaurants, althought I dont have any names in particular. I guess we´ll just walk around the place and figure it out once we get there.

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3. Re: restaurants and foodie places in the North?

Well, post when you come back if you find anything good :-) I get the impression they're all a bit much of a muchness, though I could be wrong.

There's an Italian place that might be interesting, apparently - next to the Hotel Roca Negra in the Turmán development, I think.

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4. Re: restaurants and foodie places in the North?

What possed you to go to Agaete? Best idea is to have at least a couple of nights out in Las Palmas, you'll find plenty of recommendations for restaurants in La Vagueta on this sight and Las Canteras too - a few by me. I can only imagine you have friends or relatives there. Fish is very good generally in GC, I've had amazing churne in several small unpretentious restaurants, try Berinejo semidulcia with it, a fantastic white wine from Lanzarote that I can't get here - though about 18-20 euros but easily worth it. I suggest you look to see where the locals go to, not the cheaper places but not necessarily posh. Look forward to your recommendations afterwards.

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