I lunched at the Cofradia De Pescadores with two friends during May 2013. The restaurant is on the quayside with views of the beach and beyond. This is amongst a number of other restaurants but these to me weren't quite so appealing. The plastic table cloths rather than linen giving it a genuine and rustic feel.
The waiter was charming, not too pushy and responded to my poor Spanish with a grin. We ordered two Brochetas (a kebab of chicken, steak and green peppers) served with chips and salad and Swordfish in a seafood sauce. We ordered Canarian potatoes instead of the chips but they arrived as well (no big deal).
The kebabs were huge with pieces of well cooked chicken and steak and the Swordfish I was told was perfectly cooked.
The kebab was very good (if not a little too much for lunch) and I left a piece of chicken and steak purely because I was stuffed. With drinks, hot bread rolls and garlic and hot salsa dips this represented excellent value for money and in future I can imagine spending a whole afternoon there such is the quality and quantity of food.
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