THE GASTRONOMIC LOCAL PRODUCT OF THE CANARY ISLANDS
The Canary Islands are so peculiar that they will surprise you. You have in your hands a brushstroke of our local product, fruit of our land, of the volcanoes, the sun, the winds and the sea. These products are created by the hands of our people, so you can get to know us a little more and we can share with you our treasures, with the hope of allowing you to discover an exotic gastronomic landscape.
Enjoy an original and unique heritage, centuries-old, transmitted from father to son or reworked by our great chefs.
Enjoy your meal!
THE FORTUNATE ISLANDS, WELCOME TO THE CANARY ISLANDS
Europeans, Americans and Africans have visited us since ancient times. The Canary Archipelago has always been a bridge between cultures, between people from three continents that come and go, people who have shared, and still do, their best products, forming an important part of our uniqueness.
Together with what our visitors leave us, they shape the gastronomic identity of the Canary Islands.
Products that, thanks to our geographical condition, have evolved and adapted to the environment, many times deriving in unique varieties.
CANARY ISLANDS: EIGHT ISLANDS
Some distant from each other, sometimes with an intricate geography, often with communication difficulties and each of them with a different climate – all of them offer us an enviable and surprising diversity.
ISOLATION AND GASTRONOMY
This isolation has encouraged our cuisine to be transmitted with great love from generation to generation. We keep recipes, especially of popular culture, which we continue cooking as hundreds of years ago and our renowned chefs have turned into new textures and surprising combinations.
THE FUTURE OF OUR CUISINE: LOCAL PRODUCT
We do not yet know, but it looks incredible. Thanks to new technologies and the current ease to travel, international chefs have discovered our products and processes.
Proof of this is our ‘Recipes‘ section, where you can find the most exquisite creations which mix local products and local chefs.