Le Moka

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Le Moka in Faro Park is everyone’s stopping off place, whether for a coffee and croissant, hearty breakfast, snack from the all day menu, or an evening meal. The atmosphere is distinctly continental, and is enjoyed by Canarian, Spanish, English, Scottish, and Irish customers alike.

Le Moka was originally set up almost five years ago, as a continental style cafe and patisserie by Alex and Marjorie. Alex, an excellent French pastry chef, was also making all of the home made cakes and pastries. These quickly established a great reputation and following, with people travelling from all over Playa Blanca to buy his delicious creations.

David and Marion bought the business in June 2009, and now manage operations.  Alex, the previous owner, remains involved and still prepares a wide range of home made cakes, quiches, sausage rolls, croissants and sweet pastries fresh, every day.

The menu has been extended further in more recent times and now includes a full range of cooked and continental breakfasts. The all day menu, served from 8 am to 5.30 pm seven days a week, includes filled baguettes,  sandwiches and  jacket potatoes, and mouth-watering omelettes and salads. All are freshly made to order by Le Moka’s excellent team, led by Marion and David.

Celebration and birthday cakes are also made to order by Alex, with a variety of designs and fillings available.  Just two days’ notice is required.

Le Moka is now open in the evenings as well, and from 5.30 each day, serves a wide range of cooked meals with daily specials.  These include dishes such as lamb shanks in a mint and rosemary sauce, cottage pie, southern fried chicken, and other favourites.  A full range of wines, beers and spirits are also available; Le Moka is fully licensed, and serves drinks provided from The Snug bar, which is situated right next door.

Comments (11)

Linda & Mike
Said this on 19-07-2009 At 02:35 pm
Marion & Dave dish up some fantastic food especially an all english breakfast. Well worth calling in and trying the food and atmosphere.
Said this on 02-05-2010 At 05:40 pm
great breakfasts, lovely all day atmosphere, great hosts and even better birthday cakes. we will be back on fri sept 17 and we will be ordering another birthday cake as it's Alan's birthday..honest!
Alan and Amanda
mike and freddie
Said this on 17-06-2011 At 08:42 pm

hi marion and dave   we are returning to faro park again for our holiday this year we will of course be calling in for your WOW full english and scrabbled egg breakfasts have read you now close in the evening dont blame you as you both worked long hours on our visits to you last year is there somewear close we can eat out in the evenings we look forward to seeing you both in august  we are staying for 3 weeks so please make sure there is plenty of your tasty quishes see you soon    mike and freddie king

Said this on 24-06-2011 At 06:06 am
Faro Park is full of good places to eat these days, including the Port of Call pub, Lighthouse Bar, and a great Italian called Dal Travisano. There is also a very good Spanish tapas bar.

Slightly further away, by the Natura Palace Hotel, there is Luna Rossa, another very good Italian and pizza place, and Sebastyan's, a Greek restaurant. It's a really nice 20 minute walk along the promenade from the lighthouse to these places, or you can get the number 30 bus from Faro Park and walk down the hill from the main road.

Have a great holiday!

mike and freddie
Said this on 20-12-2011 At 07:40 pm

please can anyone tell us if dave and marion are still running le moka  and what now are their opening and closing times  ps is the bakery up and running hope so we are returning to playa blanca for our 7th holiday and want to visit le moka for their great brekies once again and the insults from dave happy christmas   mike and freddie

Said this on 20-12-2011 At 08:15 pm
Welcome back Mike and Freddie! Dave and Marion do still run Le Moka with pretty much the same menu, breakfasts and tremeendous omelettes, not to mention the pastries and cakes that are known for miles around. Have a great holiday.
mike and freddie
Said this on 31-12-2011 At 05:15 pm

We wish everyone who loves Lanzarote as much as we do all the happiness in the coming year,  Mike and Freddie 

Said this on 31-12-2011 At 05:22 pm

And the very same to you both Mike and Freddie.  Hope you are busy partying wherever you are. Happy New Year from the All Things Lanzarote team.


mike and freddie
Said this on 05-01-2012 At 10:45 pm

is there anywhere on lanz where clay target shooting is available  i did hear there was a clay club near yaiza is that true we would love to know as we shot for england many times and would like to visit a club on lanz and break sme clays  hpoe you can help us mike and freddie

Said this on 06-01-2012 At 06:50 am

Yes, well....this may seem a bizarre question, but actually there IS a clay shooting place in Lanzarote. Not in Yaiza however, but in Tachiche. I am afraid I don't have any further details or a phone number. Good luck finding it!


mike and freddie
Said this on 07-01-2012 At 08:58 pm

many thanks miles for info have serched lanz and yes the clay club is in tachiche next to the prison  oops funny place to be only 224 days and we will be back in heaven and then its fun fun fun in the sun sun sun bye for now mike and freddie

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