You can tell this little bistro is a bit more sophisticated than the rest of the restaurants on the sea front solely by reading the menu- a simple list of fish and meat dishes with salads and authentic fresh dressings . The menu is in 3 languages and caters for children and vegetarians . Borga the owner is very helpful in choosing your options and is a great asset to the restaurant being a bit of a bon viveur and raconteur himself. The passion for food is reflected in the care and presentation of the dishes . Simple quality, local ingredients cooked well , what more can you ask for in a seaside bistro ?
We visited La Ola twice towards the end of September , a week when La calima brought unusually hot weather to the island . On our first visit we had the bacalao canelonni and black risotto with an accompanying fruit and seed salad washed down with Canarian white wine . Really tasty and very reasonably priced (but for us more than we would normally eat at lunchtime ). For our second visit a few days later we had a platter of garlic prawns followed by a large plate of salad and pickled tuna to share . With home made bread rolls this was more than enough for lunch for two people and again, very tasty . For both of us it was possibly the best food we ate during the week ,but I am sure, by now Borga is getting used to these compliments .
Gracias por una experiencia excelente que refleja todo que es bueno en la comida canariana. Definidamente vamos a volver en el futuro para probar el resto del menu.
Gracias tambien a su camarera de Cuba por estar muy agradable . Que tengan mucho exito en el futuro .
Richard y Luned Morgan , Gales .
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