The “famous” Adeje chicken, without the need to schlep to Adeje.
And that’s it for main courses on the menu. Just the chicken. There’s chips or Canarian potatoes. And a salad to go with it. And a handful of things you might consider as a starter. But you don’t need more. If you’ve found this place, you’ve only come for the chicken.
So, you get a plate of chicken to share – drumsticks and thighs. It’s been coated in garlic, pimenton, chilli and, I think, a little vinegar. Maybe other spices. You’re asked if you want it “piquante”. Well, of course you do. It’s then fried, so the coating sticks on, leaving just a little sauce. It’s spicy but not overly so – you can still taste the chicken.
The chips are chips. The salad is as simple as you like – nothing more than iceberg lettuce, thick slices of tomato and onion, just dressed in oil and vinegar.
Good lunch – and well worth checking out.