You can find a wide range of restaurants in the South of Tenerife, both international and traditional cuisine is on offer in the resorts, with typical family run restaurants occupying villages closeby. Children are welcomed everywhere, and nearly all restaurants will offer menus with an English section.
The cost of eating out can vary tremendously, but most Spanish restaurants will offer a 'menu del dia' especially at lunchtime, usually consisting of 3 courses and a glass of beer or wine for a specified price.
WHAT TO EAT
Bananas - The taste of Canarian bananas, the main crop in Tenerife and the rest of the Canaries, is unmistakable and of such high quality that it is unmatched. Here bananas are grown under the best weather and altitude conditions as well as in the island's ideal, volcanic soil. The locals like to eat their bananas fresh although they are also used in dishes such as, "arroz a la cubana" (rice, sausages, egg and fried banana) and many others.