Best Places to Eat in Costa Adeje
Costa Adeje is home to intriguing black-sand beaches, awe-inducing mountainous backdrops and a world-renowned water park. Therefore, a holiday in this area of Tenerife is sure to impress every type of tourist. One of the most exciting parts of a trip abroad is trying local cuisine and having new dining experiences. So, we've complied a list of the best places to eat in the sunny, stylish resort that is Costa Adeje. But, before you go, we recommend pre-booking our airport transfers, to avoid long shuttle bus queues and higher local rates.
1. Three meals you must try
Make sure to try some good paella. The dish, that originated in Valencia, is now synonymous with Spain, and the Costa Adeje version is served up by the bucket load. Also try Papas Arrugadas and Mojo, also known as 'Canarian Potatoes', which incorporates locally sourced potatoes and a zingy salsa. Finally, enjoy the classic Spanish dish of fresh churros and chocolate sauce at Churreria Marcos in Los Cristianos.
2. Don't stick to hotel food
The majority of resorts in Costa Adeje will have a restaurant or numerous restaurants to choose from. Of course, if you have opted to stay in an all-inclusive hotel, you will want to make the most of its food offering. However, try to sample some local flavours at least once. Many local restaurants are great value too so even the most budget-conscious holiday makers can experience the Costa Adeje food scene.
3. Child-friendly restaurants
Cheers Salud Na Zdorovie is a popular restaurant that only uses fresh ingredients. For this reason, it is known for providing some of best paellas on the island. The food prices are great too which means that feeding the entire family won't break the bank.
4. Local cuisine restaurants
With Canarian cuisine think seafood, rice and warm spices. Three of the best traditional restaurants in Costa Adeje are Oasis, Las Aguas and La Rambla. At Oasis you can sample some local wine in the historic old town of Adeje.
5. Beach restaurants
Dining by the beach is a must when on holiday somewhere notorious for its long stretches of soft sand. Le Club, Kaluna and Roca Negra are three of your best options, with the latter offering a great food and drink selection with outdoor seating. Its menu varies between Italian, Mediterranean and regional cuisines.
Remember to book your Costa Adeje airport transfers so you can enjoy the diverse food offering the resort has to offer in no time.