Where to Eat In Tinajo

Tinajo is a small town in the west of the island of Lanzarote, whose landscape is dominated by the Timanfaya National Park. This town lives from agriculture, so its onions, vegetables, legumes, sweet potatoes and potatoes are famous, as well as its vineyards and millet. Therefore, it is not surprising that the neighborhood of La Santa is full of tourists who come to enjoy the most traditional Canarian dishes.

Most popular places to eat in Tinajo

Tinajo offers so many incredible food options that it is difficult to choose. It has places as appetizing as Majo Picón, where the baby squid in spicy chili sauce will ask to be accompanied with a good Lanzarote wine. And watch out for their lentil croquettes and stuffed eggplant because they are out of this world.

Casa Ignacio is another restaurant in Tinajo that is worth a visit if you want to eat traditional island food. You can choose between marinated fish or goat stew, but don’t forget to leave room for dessert!


Eat cheaply in Tinajo

In Tinajo you can eat well and cheap almost anywhere. For that reason, any of the above options would also apply in this section.

But also note Gulliver Tapas Bar to try the local cheeses, fish and “arrugás” potatoes. It has very good prices and a great variety of tapas.

La Luchada is the perfect place to eat homemade food in more than generous portions. Fried cheese is one of its most delicious specialties and is typical of the area, so you can’t leave without trying it.

There is also the Los Dolores restaurant, an excellent buffet with unbeatable potatoes with mojo sauce. All delicious!