First came here about four or five years ago and was delighted to discover this little gem on a gorgeous side-street a few hundred yards from Plaza del Charco. Subsequently, the menu has evolved into what they offer today, a relatively small selection of Canarian dishes. The actual restaurant is a converted house so is small and consists of several rooms although there are several tables outside. Service is friendly but not as polished as your average touristy venue, in fact the lady in charge could definitely be described as eccentric. Food is good quality and good value. We tend to order several dishes and they appear in no particular order, almost like ordering a series of tapas. A chorizo type sausage normally appears courtesy of the house, unfortunately they don't appear to set it on fire at the table anymore! We have never had poor dish until this year when some lamb was extremely tough. Whilst I would recommend Casa Pache it won't be for everyone but for those who are broadminded to get away from the tourist haunts with menus in twenty languages I would say give it a go.
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