Restaurante del Parador de Cruz de Tejeda

Traditional Canarian cuisine

Restaurant of the Parador Cruz de Tejeda

Cruz de Tejeda, s/n, 35328, Tejeda
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Traditional Canarian cuisine

At the Parador Cruz de Tejeda you will enjoy the exquisite regional Canarian cuisine with typical island dishes such as watercress stew or the popular "papas arrugadas" (wrinkled potatoes) with their Mojo sauces. In addition to the local produce, there is also the excellent baifo (kid) meat that is reared in these mountainous areas and the tasty local fish from the coast, such as the wreckfish.

Restaurant of the Parador Cruz de Tejeda

Eating amidst the clouds

To sit in the restaurant of the Parador Cruz de Tejeda, at an altitude of 1,560 metres, is to prepare to eat amidst the clouds. As well as regional specialities such as escaldón de gofio, watercress stew or papas arrugadas (wrinkled potatoes), you can taste the cheeses of Tejada, marine delicacies such as octopus, grilled wreckfish and amberjack or baifo with almonds. A nut very present in the cuisine of Tejeda and the basis of the famous sweet bienmesabe.

restaurante del Parador de Cruz de Tejeda
Carta Parador de Cruz de Tejeda
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