Potato pancakes with applesauce in Harry´s Gourmeteria.
Exposición de arte de la colección del IHEC.
Art exhibition for International Women´s Rights Day.
Sopa verde en El Limón
I was there with my friends Cristobella and Georgia. They ate, I did not.
Main course vegetarian and meat lasanga.
I tasted the meat lasanga and it was delicious.
For dessert, Cristobella had tiramisu.
I tasted the tiramisu, it was delicious, and very light and nicely presented.
The food was good, but sadly the same could not be said of the service.
On arrival, we asked for a table for three. They directed us to a tiny table for two, and suggested we pulled up another chair. We said no, and pointed to much better tables. They said no, then grudgingly said yes.
The better tables also had blankets over the back of the chairs.
The waiter had to be told several times what sweet. We were then presented with a bill, we had had no sweet, and once again had to explain the sweet that had been ordered.
Our table was noisy, witha speaker blaring out a moronic pop radio station immdediately abover our table.
Why do people sit outside, for peace and quiet. I guess we should be grateful no widescrean TV.
The Spanish mentality appears to be, loud music, widescreen TV, then express surprise when bars and restaurants are empty, then go bust.
On leaving, a couple walked inside for a drink. It was now late afternoon or early evening and getting cold. They were refused a drink, and told to sit outside. Inside was empty.
Don Camillo is an Italian restaurant located in the old part of Puerto de la Cruz, not far from Plaza Charco.
Calle Benjamin Miranda at night, before and during rain.