The coastal towns of Tenerife are full of charms to discover, and that is because, beyond the island’s tourist spots, this land has unique corners in which to enjoy landscapes, good beaches and spectacular cuisine. It is the case of Saint Andrewa town with essence and tradition in which restaurants such as Bar Escorial are hidden, run by Miguel for four years and with a formidable product and treatment.
In the Escorial Bar They have a wide variety of dishes, among which we can find everything from oxtail and cow tongue to local and fresh fish that can be consumed with a glass of wine or a cold beer, a perfect plan for this September. In addition, they have potato omelette or stew, which can be consumed while you read DIARIO DE AVISOS through the new app, which allows you to read the newspaper through a smartphone device.
This place does not have a fixed menu, since it varies based on the products it finds depending on the season and the market. Their food is homemade and prepared daily, and, as if that were not enough, their prices are unbeatable, even having very cheap breakfast and lunch menus. The midday menu consists of a first and second course, drink, dessert and bread, while the morning menu is made up of natural orange juice or canned juice and flea to choose from the wide variety they handle, as well as coffee.
The reality is that Miguel has managed to turn this place around 180 degrees in just four months that he has been in business, enhancing the traditional essence, the fresh flavours, the zero kilometer products and the gastronomic and customer service quality.