Fodor's Expert Review Rías Bajas
Seafood lovers, look no further: This Galician restaurant serves some of the most pristine fish and shellfish on the island, from rape a la marinera (monkfish cooked in wine and garlic) and zarzuela de pescado y marisco (fish and seafood stew) to various rice dishes such as paella. It's a well-established favorite with islanders—many travel all the way here from Las Palmas just for dinner. It's been run by the same Galician family since 1986 that also owns Las Rías, in Meloneras, to the west of Maspalomas.
Av. de Tirajana at the corner of Av. EEUU
Playa del Inglés, Canary Islands 35100, Spain
- Fresh seafood
- Fish and seafood stew
- Rice dishes