restaurante pinocho adeje
Found in the reasonably fashionable area of Adeje, San Eugenio Alto, this is a quality Italian restaurant.
One unique feature of it is that, apart from providing excellent examples of Italian cuisine, it also caters extremely well for children, with the presence of a bouncy castle, no less, and a play area (although the prospect of your child bouncing up and down vigorously straight after a meal may not be such a good idea!).
In any event, this facility means that, for quite long periods throughout their dining experience, parents can be left in peace while their kids amuse themselves. Surely a big plus for families.
Anyway, on to the restaurant itself. All staff are actually Italian and reviews on the web all state that they are very helpful and friendly.
People, it seems, are returning time and time again, so they must be doing something right.
Part of this is the quality of the food on offer. So often, if not prepared with enough care and flair, Italian food can be a touch mediocre, but, in this case, Pinocho's chefs produce dishes of the highest standard, prepared with fresh ingredients, to order.
Examples off the menu includes all the famous Italian staples: spaghetti in both bolognese and carbonara sauce, lasagne, ravioli, penne, gnocchi and around 30 different varieties of pizza.
This restaurant goes one step further, however. You can sample more exotic mixes with your spaghetti, such as onion, bacon and tomato, or seafood, or a cream sauce with courgette and prawns.
There is also a comprehensive selection of starters to choose from.
The average price for one person is estimated at around 18 euros.
Telephone: (+34) 922 792958
How to find this restaurant is both easy and difficult. Let me explain. The address is Avenida Austria, which is the road that contains the famous El Molino Blanco restaurant, with its landmark windmill and the equally famous waterpark, Aqualand.
This can be accessed from the TF-1 motorway at junction 29. From the Los Cristianos direction, this slip road actually becomes Avenida Austria. From any direction, just follow signs for Parque Acuatico.
It's where the restaurant actually is on this road that is the problem. Looking at photos of it on the web, it appears that its terrace looks out onto a sort of car park area, so it's reasonable to think that it's not actually on the main road.
Here's an educated guess from me. Directly opposite Aqualand, there's a group of shops and bars (including a Spar supermarket). The restaurant might be round the back of there.
Please also be aware that, to the right of the Molino Blanco restaurant, there is a sign for a restaurant called "Pinocchio". This is a different restaurant altogether.
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