From gourmet restaurants to tea rooms and steak houses, you'll find a variety of international flavours on offer in Costa Adeje. With everything from British foods to traditional Canarian cuisine, there's something for all tastes. Have your pick from fancy cuisine or hotel buffet dinners, like those served at the El Bernegal, the restaurant at the luxury Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque. Alternatively, find a family-run hotspot such as Carlos, for seafood specials and local dishes.
Wherever you eat on your holidays in Tenerife, be sure to dine in one of the many terraced restaurants that look out across the Atlantic during your stay. The spectacular views of nearby La Gomera island are not to be missed.
A small Italian restaurant with a magnificent view of the North Atlantic Ocean and La Gomera, this family business will impress with its great value meals made using only the freshest ingredients. Here's a tip from us - you must try their homemade pasta!
In the little fishing village of La Caleta, a short walk down the coast from Costa Adeje, is the terraced restaurant of Masia del Mar. It has a stunning sea view and serves some of the best seafood on the island in a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere. The restaurant is also host to occasional performances from local bands and pianists.
Be sure to make a reservation at this popular restaurant. It has an impressive menu - largely made up of fresh local seafood - and specials every night. Enjoy the highly recommended seafood chowder in a relaxed, family run atmosphere.
From square sausage and poached eggs to Sunday roast dinners, you'll get a real taste of home visiting laid back Micky O'Malley's on your cheap breaks to Tenerife. Of course, there are healthier options, if that's what you fancy. Try their salad - it virtually overflows the plate.
One of many eateries located at the luxury Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque, this restaurant has daily breakfast and themed dinner buffets and a spectacular wraparound terrace that looks out towards the island of La Gomera.
With a combination of both fine Indian Cuisine and American-style pizzas, everyone will find something to eat at Roy's. If you fancy eating at your villa they'll even deliver within the area.
Tony Roma's is the place for large portions of ribs, burgers, steaks and BBQ chicken. Don't be put off by the fact that it is a chain with over 200 restaurants in 33 countries - everything here is freshly prepared freshly and cooked just how you like – it's famous for a reason.
Restaurant Otelo is one of the most traditional restaurants in Adeje, best known for its delicious garlic chicken – a speciality of the area. It has a large terrace, with panoramic views of the surrounding Barranco del Infierno mountain landscape. The only downside is the steep climb to get to the restaurant, but this can be avoided by driving or getting a taxi.
Set above a cliffside in the Hotel Jardin Tropical, you can enjoy wonderful views from gourmet restaurant Las Rocas. It combines fresh fish and seafood with traditional elements of Canary Islands cuisine and a dash of creative flair.
For light bites and afternoon teas, head to Harriet's. On the menu you'll find an assortment of sandwiches, cakes and fruit pies that you can wash down with proper cup tea or coffee served in a china cup.