Thursday, August 28, 2014

Traditional yet Trendy Tasca Matul in La Orotava

We discovered two things after deciding to eat at Tasca Matul on Saturday night.

The first was that getting from the Puerto de la Cruz side of the TF5 to the La Orotava side of it on foot is no easy task.

The second is that there’s an increasing trend in restaurants, in the north of Tenerife at least, to take traditional Canarian menus and inject new and more sophisticated life into them; it’s a Canarian menu, Jim, but not as we know it.

Traditional yet Trendy Tasca Matul in La Orotava


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