We were staying a 2 minute walk from this restaurant for a week. We decided to give it a try on our last evening in Lanzarote so we had eaten out in quite a few places in the north of the island. Our fish (local fresh fish at 15e each) was as good as anywhere else we had eaten similar dishes. We popped in earlier in the week for a drink, so knew it was a local type spot. There were no other diners while we were there despite being after 9pm on a Friday night. The bar area was quite busy and there were a few people coming and going with take away bags. The staff were lovely. There was an English menu and we mostly communicated with gestures and smiles. Complementary bread, mojos, honey rum and lollies were appreciated. Would recommend. Also 2.5 euro for a glass of wine, very reasonable.