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Dining

Guachinches

There’s a type of establishment on the Island known as a guachinche. These small, family-run eateries, often improvised on the terrace or in the garage of rural houses, only open at certain times of the year to offer wine from their own harvest accompanied by two or three traditional dishes at very affordable prices. Such establishments have deep roots on the Island, and islanders will be delighted to tell visitors how to find them. Our only recommendation: be sure to visit them.
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Dining

Local Wines

Tenerife is an ideal destination for sampling a wide range of unique wines. The local whites and reds offer flavours and aromas which reflect the Island’s climate and volcanic origins. Visit one of the island’s wineries in which wines are made using modern techniques, while other producers keeping to more old fashioned and traditional methods. The Wine Museum is a great place to taste different Tenerife wines accompanied by the best of the island’s food specialities.
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Abama Kabuki

Abama Kabuki

Elegantly decorated with a minimalist palette of reds and blacks, Abama Kabuki is supervised by Ricardo Sanz, whose restaurants in Madrid and Wellington are among the best Japanese restaurants in Europe. Ricardo Sanz and his team are famous for their ingenious fusions of traditional Japanese influences and modern, Western culinary techniques, as well as for their superb ingredients. Canary Island ingredients are used with a great deal of imagination in the preparation of the Kabuki dishes.
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Bodegón el Barranquillo

Bodegón el Barranquillo

The El Barranquillo restaurant is an obligatory meeting point for those who appreciate local produce, fresh Tenerife pork and good local wine. The meat comes from a family-run pig farm and the wine is home-made. The restaurant has its own wine-press and wine-cellar and has the help and advice of a team of wine experts who contribute to making the wine so smooth and full-bodied. El Barranquillo's culinary speciality is grilled pork and chicken although the cod in onions is equally tasty.
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Papagayo Beach Club

Papagayo Beach Club guarantees exclusive sensations and moments of fun and escapism. The breakfasts every morning right next to the beach are one of the main attractions. The top-quality cuisine can be tasted both at lunchtime and dinner in an extensive menu including seafood and superb meats as well as the best of international cuisine. And when night falls, the establishment displays all its charm, fusing the best of electronic music with an enthusiasm for cocktails and live shows.
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Casa del Vino

This restaurant specializes in traditional gastronomy of the islands and new, creative, Canarian cuisine. The restaurant serves dishes made with fresh local produce from the markets and mixes an interesting variety of tastes, aromas and textures. The wine list is made up exclusively of wines from the five wine denominations of Tenerife. The Casa del Vino is an old agricultural Canarian farm from the 17th century that has been perfectly restored and has been open to the public since 1995.
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