Spanish Cuisine

The cuisine of the islands is a mixture of some native Guanche elements, as well as Spanish, African and Latin American foods. Historically, the islands were the first stop on Spanish soil as ships returned from the Americas, and thus they began growing and incorporating foods from the Americas into their diet, such as potatoes, beans, tomatoes, avocados, papaya, maize cocoa and tobacco. Other foods from around the globe were brought to the islands by sailors, and as a result the banana (of Asian origin) became a staple in the canarios diet, where it is served fried or made into tarts, served with rice, eggs or meat sauce.

Wine & Drinks

For hundreds of years wine produced in the Canary Islands was very popular with upper class Europeans, however this type of wine fell out of favor in the 1700's and wines produced in France and Portugal became popular. Today the traditional sweet Malmsey wine is produced on the island of Lanzarote in the volcanic fields.

Restaurants In Caleta De Fuste

Restaurante 15

Dining options: Lunch Spot, Dinner, Reservations, After-hours, Dessert.

Fado Rock

Good for: Child-friendly, Groups, Outdoor seating, Special Occasion Dining Dining options: Lunch Spot, Dinner, Reservations, Takeout, After-hours, Dessert.

La Frasquita

Good for: Local cuisine, View Dining options: Lunch Spot, Dinner, Reservations.

Nestor's (The Bahia de Cata)

Good for: Child-friendly, Romantic, Local cuisine, Special Occasion Dining

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