La Tabla

If you are visiting a Spanish island, it is a must to at least eat tapas once! La Tabla has the best tapas on the island.
Facilities: Wheelchair accessible, Toilets
Price: €€, €€€
A photo of tapas at la Tabla
Tapas at la Tabla

La Tabla is a great tapas restaurant located in the vibrant coastal town of Costa Teguise. They also are experts in wines, and they serve grill dishes as well. They have much different tapas, varying from fresh vegetables, potatoes, meat, and peppers. You can try many different tapas dishes, or let them make a good selection of their best tapas for you. The location is great, and the staff is welcoming and polite.


This great restaurant is located in Costa Teguise, on the first floor of a shopping mall. You can reach this place by car, there is a big parking place, but you can also get here by public transport, there is a bus stop nearby.

Opening Hours

La Tabla is open every day of the week, in the evenings. Mostly from around 18/19 till midnight. We recommend booking in advance because it can be busy, especially on the weekends!

Tips and Tricks

La tabla really serves the best tapas, in our opinion, but of course, we’ve also had our favorite! If you order tapas, you should really order their special local cheese. Let the staff make a good selection of their best tapas, and you will be fine. They know a lot about wine/food combinations, so order a glass of wine with your food!

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