La Andaluza Low Cost Vegueta with gluten-free menu –
La Andaluza Low Cost is a chain of restaurants located throughout Spain. Despite being a chain the menu is full of peculiar dishes and you can have all of them without gluten.
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La Andaluza Low Cost Vegueta with gluten-free menu
Las Palmas – Gran Canaria
Address: Calle Mendizabal, 38 – Las Palmas de Gran Canaria – email@example.com
The following are the menus that you found online, in the restaurant where I was are missing some and there were others more:
The restaurant is located in the “casco antiguo” (the old district) of Las Palmas, it’s small and rustic, but fairly well maintained.
“Morcilla de Burgos de kobe con huevos de codorniz” – a pudding of blood, Kobe beef and rice, on a gluten-free cracker and top with a quail egg fried. This dish was really good, the best of the evening, absolutely recommended. The “morcilla” is a dish that some don’t like, I’d never tasted it (the idea of blood bothered me 🙂 ), but I must say it’s really worth a try.
“Revuelto de patatas confitadas con crema de queso” – a pie with eggs, cheese and potatoes, this too was delicious.
“Secreto ibérico al oloroso” – a very soft and long-cooked cut of meat topped with a mushroom sauce, very good.
“Carrillada iberica” – a piece of very soft flesh, with a caramelized onions sauce. I don’t like the dishes with sweet and salty together and this had a very strong sweet note, so I didn’t like it.
“Hamburguesa de Kobe” – mini kobe beef burger served with roast potatoes. Not bad, but nothing memorable.
For dessert, we had two gluten-free crepes, one with Nutella and the other with “dulce de leche” (caramel). Both delicious, accompanied with vanilla ice cream.
You can have all dishes in “tapa” version (small portions) and that’s how we had all.
We took 6 dishes in tapa version, 2 crepes, and natural water, spending € 36.00, including tip.
The restaurant is not particularly fancy, but the dishes are all good and some of them above average.
NOTICE – The features of the facilities we report in our articles may vary from what our experience was like: change of management, closure, or other circumstances. In this case, they may no longer be able to provide (totally or partially) gluten-free foods, so we advise you to ask them in advance.