Right in the centre of the village, just past the Cultural Centre and the church. This is a great Spanish bar serving traditional food (and chips!) at very good prices. They have recently extended their menu which can vary from day to day. There is a lovely inside area with tables (and a fantastic view of Montana Tindaya) for those who prefer not to eat at the bar. Drinks are the cheapest I have found anywhere on the island. No draught beer.
TV showing Spanish football, and English matches if available on a second screen. Pool table. The locals love their dominoes and cards and their sometimes heated exchanges are a great way to learn some new Spanish words!
Opens at 7am (Arehucas on the way to work!) and stays open until late/the last person leaves, food seems to be served all day including takeaway. This is a bar serving good, basic food, not a restaurant so don't expect steak on the menu.
Today's menu included Ropa Vieja (beef and chickpea stew), homemade empanadas, pulpo, carne de cocino, patatas bravas, pescado en salsa cebolla (a fish in onion sauce), carne de cabra and various bocadillos made to order.
Well worth a visit if you are out this way.