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La Rueda II

La Rueda II is a so-called “Tex-Mex” restaurant in the old town of Puerto del Carmen. Although located in Avenida del Varadero, the actual entrance is situated in a side street on the other side (Virgen del Carmen, on the corner of Calle Lanzarote). Here you will usually be greeted by a member of staff outside the restaurant – even if you don’t go in, children will love the lollipop!

The food is very good and one of the highlights must be the fajitas that come with the meat sizzling in an iron frying pan for you to roll up youself. This is actually one of the best value items on the menu.

The restaurant has a balcony overlooking the harbour with tables for all sizes. Closer to the edge of the balcony you can look down onto the bowling court, or just enjoy the view across the water towards Fuerteventura.

To book a table, call 928 515821.

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6 Responses to “La Rueda II”

  1. Calle Lanzarote » Blog Archive » Emma’s Cantina Mexicana in Puerto del Carmen Says:

    […] and allegedly has the only native Mexican chef on the island – which considering the number of tex-mex restaurants is quite a feat in […]

  2. Graham Says:

    Latest information: visitors to Lanzarote tell me that La Rueda II has not been open in the past few days and I am unable to reach their website.

    Does anyone know if they are on holiday or closed for good?

  3. Graham Says:

    Latest information: visitors to Lanzarote tell me that La Rueda II has not been open in the past few days and I am unable to reach their website.

    Does anyone know if they are on holiday or closed for good?

  4. Graham Says:

    OK, the site is online: http://www.grupopld.com/larueda2/larueda2.html

  5. Graham Says:

    OK, the site is online: http://www.grupopld.com/larueda2/larueda2.html

  6. Puerto Viejo | Calle Lanzarote Says:

    […] PluginOne of the disappointments during our last visit to Lanzarote was finding that the restaurant “La Rueda II” had closed, as we had not only enjoyed the food there but also the view from the balcony […]

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