Hi it will be about 25 euros. Going there in November 2013,first time .
Here's info on what can be found in Chayofa.
In Chayofa Country Club where you are staying, there is a bar/restaurant owned and operated by the flamboyant Zorro. The food is very good and I understand there is entertainment on a couple of nights. Next to the Country Club is a tennis club which has a small cafe bar in it's grounds. Further down into the village you have 2 choices - One is a bar/restaurant called the Treehouse. It is very much an "English Pub" but the food is reasonable and as well as a quiz night (Thurs) they have live entertainment at least on a Friday but maybe another night also. Near to there is a small bar/tapas restaurant - cuban mojitos to die for! A great place for snacks (tapas) during the day or something more substantial at night. Further still down the village is a high class restaurant called La Estancia - google it for details. I think the food is superb and service has improved lately. It is not cheap but we find that if you skip starters, which are excessively dear, then it is good value.
Across the main road from Chayofa is a restaurant called El Cerro de la Luna (next to camel park but don't let that put you off). It's food is also good.
The nearest village is uphill to La Camella, a non-tourist village, with several restaurants to be recommended. It's about 3km. First on the right is one which recently changed names from Cafe Bibliotheque but can't remember new name - excellent. Further in is one called El Lajar de Bello also excellent traditional canarian. There are several small traditional type bars and several shops.
Los Cristianos is the nearest touristic town and there are buses which run there almost hourly till 8.45 pm. A taxi back even after 12 midnight is less than 10 euros. Here you will find a vast range of bars/restaurants/entertainment.
Hope this helps.Edited: 07 March 2013, 19:43