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Playa Blanca Restaurants - Main Town

Playa Blanca offers many great eating out options, whatever your preferred style of food, or the makeup of your party.  Most restaurants are family friendly, certainly by day, and mostly in the evenings too. Many offer special children's menus - if you don't see these, don't be shy to ask about half portions, as many restaurants will oblige.

Brisa Marina

Address: Avenida Maritima 24, Playa Blanca, Lanzarote

Type of Food:
Spanish, International
Restaurant/Bar theme:
Family, Beach
Suitability:
  • Children Welcome
  • Appeals to All Ages
Brisa Marina serves a broad and varied international cuisine, including Canarian specialities, and lighter snacks.

Casa Brigida

Address: Puerto Deportivo, Marina Rubicon, local 33Tel: (0034) 928 51 91 90
Email: info@restaurantecasabrigida.com

L'Artista

Address: 18/20 La Tegala, Playa Blanca 35510, LanzaroteTel: 928 517 578 ‎

Popular Italian restaurant with views over Playa Blanca harbour and beach.

Legends Karaoke Bar

Legends is at Punta Limones, Playa Blanca. Open 9pm to 4am every night.

Punta Limones, Playa Blanca

Punta Limones, Playa Blanca is the area where the ferries leave from, also known as the port or Puerto.  This is a lively area, especially in the evening, and there are a number of restaurants, bars and clubs at two levels in a small commercial centre.

Snoopy's (also known as Bar Snupy):C/ Punta Limones, Playa Blanca 35580 Tel: 928 51 77 24

Drinks plus English based bar food. Great sea views.

Popeye's Sports Bar: C/ Punta Limones, Playa Blanca 35580

Very popular with British holidaymakers, several TVs showing football.

Rooftops Karaoke and Sports Bar: open late evenings. Release the Elvis within you!

Irish Anvil: Irish bar, all-day venue, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Live music most evenings

La Esquina: Spanish and Canarian tapas and snacks, coffee and drinks.

Rustica:mainly pizzeria and pasta dishes.

C'mon inn:Sports bar and restaurant.

Legends Karaoke and Wine Bar:Late venue, open 9pm - 4 am

El Volcan:offers Canarian and International dishes

 

At the side of the car park between the Punta Limones Centre and the start of the town promenade, are two locally run restaurants that are popular with locals and fishermen:

La Cofradia:unpretentious restaurant and drop-in local bar, serving mainly fish and seafood dishes.

El Galeon:slightly more formal ambience than La Cofradia. Fish and seafood dishes cooked the local Canarian way.

 

 

Playa Blanca Promenade (Avenida Maritima)

Starting at the Puerto end of the promenade and walking in the direction of Marina Rubicon, with the Femes mountains facing you, we have counted 23 restaurants and bars, situated in this order:

Yum Yums:cocktails, crepes, ice cream, iced coffee.

Deutsche Backerei:German bakery serving cakes, coffee and German sausage/bread.

Bodegon Las Tapas:Spanish bar serving tapas food as well as main course dishes

Mamma Rossa:pizzeria and Italian cuisine.

Sidreria Arenna:Spanish and Canarian food.

Tipico Espanol:typically Spanish food.

Spices:Asian cuisine, also serves general (non Asian) snacks and coffee etc during the day (see Featured Listing above).

La Gondola:Italian restaurant, serving a wide range of pizzas and other dishes.

La Vaca Tijuana:large menu choice of grilled meats, fish and pizzas.

La Chalanita:Spanish restaurant serving meat, fish and seafood dishes.

Restaurante Casa Pedro:well known fresh fish and seafood restaurant.

China City:Chinese restaurant, wide choice including fixed price banquet dishes.

King's Head:serves drinks all day, plus tapas.

Almacen de la Sal:Spanish and Canarian cuisine.

Varadero:Italian and International dishes, pastas, meat and fish.

Roca Mar:varied and international menu featuring meat, fish and seafood dishes, plus pizza and pasta meals.

Brisa Marina:the restaurant with the talking parrots (outside). Large restaurant serving Spanish, Canarian and international dishes.

Brisa del Mar:Spanish/Canarian, with an unusually wide range of fish dishes on the menu, as well as chicken and beef grill meals.

Volcan de Timanfaya:tapas, grilled and barbecue based meals, pasta and pizza dishes.

L'Artista(go up the steps from the promenade): Italian pizzeria.

Galeria Bar (also up the steps): English owned bar with TV showing football matches, Great views over the beach and Puerto.

Contin: Italian cafeteria, ice cream, snacks, coffee.

Tipico Canario:Canarian based menu with lots of Spanish influence. Known for its enormous T-bone steaks and bull chops.

Jumbo Chinese Restaurant: Chinese restaurant, wide choice including fixed price banquet dishes.

 

 

Calle La Tegala/Church/Banco Popular ‘Square’

Taking one of several sets of steps up from the promenade (Avenida Maritima) brings you to a small residential area around the church and the Banco Popular bank. Just behind the bank is Calle La Tegala.  There are two restaurants here that are popular with local people:

El Horno de la Abuela: Literally translated means 'Grandma's Oven', offering traditional Canarian and Spanish food. Situated in Calle La Tegala.

Restaurante Casa Jose:next to the church, and popular with local workers, especially at lunchtimes, but also open evenings. Mainly Spanish and Canarian dishes.

Calle del Cercado

Calle del Cercado is the busy road on the hill that runs down from the church in Playa Blanca to the roundabout and taxi rank.  This contains a number of restaurants and bars, as follows:

Bella Vita:small Italian restaurant and pizzeria.

Royal China:Chinese restaurant, offering banquet menus, as well as a la carte items.

Gravity:cocktails and drinks, plus snacks

Nag's Head:situated above the main run of shops and restaurants. British pub offering traditional pub grub.

Atlantico: also on the first floor,  Portuguese restaurant.

MyM:German bar and German snacks.

Restaurante Cervantes:mainly tapas and Spanish dishes.

Tipico Espanol:Spanish restaurant.

Jasmine:Chinese restaurant.

El Café:coffees, cocktails and ice cream.

Bar Avenida:Spanish run bar.

Slow Boat:Chinese restaurant with the usual wide range of individual and banquet meals.

Sandra's Cafeteria:Continental-style coffee shop, offering croissants, filled baguettes and cakes. Daytime hours only, popular for takeaways.

Romantica: "Cocina Fusion", offering a menu that seem to have oriental influence on mainly Western dishes.

Old Mill:Irish pub.

Calle Limones

This is the pedestrianised street of mainly shops that goes from the taxi rank, and above the main promenade at Playa Blanca. Many of these places enjoy elevated views of Playa Blanca beach and harbour:

Garibaldi:Tex-Mex restaurant.

Indian Tandoor House:one of only a few Indian restaurants in Playa Blanca.

Pizzeria Kemajo:local unpretentious bar and restaurant serving pizzas and other dishes.

Café 34:English meals and drinks from breakfast to dinnertime.

La Terracita:Spanish restaurant offering tapas and full evening meals.

Cantina Mejicana:tex mex food and grilled/barbecued meat and fish.

Restaurante La Cuadra:Spanish and international menu including grilled meat and fish dishes.

Café Puerto:small and friendly Spanish bar with seating outside, in a short side street off Calle Limones.