Finding a place to have a good breakfast in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and on the island in general is complicated. That’s why this post is going to interest you. It is true that there are thousands of coffee shops, cafeterias and bars everywhere. In these cafeterias you can ask for orange juice, a sandwich and try the famous coffee “leche y leche” (coffee with milk and condensed milk). However, this post is dedicated to special places for breakfast healthy and unhurried, away from the traditional cafes of Gran Canaria.
Breakfast Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
We imagine that you have ever wondered where to go to breakfast in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Or you want to celebrate a birthday, a meeting of friends and you are looking for a nice place. Here are five options for you to choose the one that goes with you the most. Here we go!
1. Mr. Kale, Triana and Ruiz de Alda streets
It stands out for its offer of natural juices of different flavors mixing fruits and vegetables. In the same way, you can add the juices one or several super foods such as acai, chia seeds, oatmeal, gofio, matcha tea, spirulina, etc. You also have the option to try the trendy acai bowls and different types of toasts, eggs, etc. They have a terrace and also a cozy indoor dining room in both of their restaurants. For further details, you can visit the post of Mr Kale.
2. Breakfast Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. 1478 restaurant, Vegueta
Inside the emblematic hotel Suites 1478 in the neighborhood of Vegueta, it is hidden the 1478 restaurant. A great discovery for art lovers, good service and quality. We love their big and unique toasts, especially the salmon, arugula, homemade hollandaise sauce and egg. Moreover, they prepare the eggs as you wish and it is one of the few places in Gran Canaria that offers the famous eggs Benedict. They also have sweet breakfast options with homemade cakes and pastries. Everything always caring of each detail.
3. Dara Feeling Food, Mesa y López and Triana streets
Dara Feeling food is well known in the city among fans of breakfast and brunch. As in Mr. Kale, here you can drink natural fruit juice (although not with so much variety). It stands out for its different types of breads (onion, brioche, butter bread, Arabic bread, spelled bread, wholemeal toast… They also offer other options without bread such as their omelet with avocado or the seasonal fruit salad with yogurt. If you are more sweet lover, they also have a delicious croissant with egg and salmon and pastries of the day… Definitely, everything you are looking for. Here you can see more details about Dara Feeling food (opening times, location, etc.).
4. Zoe Food, Triana neighborhood
Like Dara Food and Mr. Kale, they have a good menu of toast, homemade cakes, eggs and natural fruit juices. It is located nearby one of the most beautiful streets of the city, Pérez Galdós street with Domingo J. Navarro st. in Triana neighborhood. A pedestrian area full of shops and quality restaurants. Zoe food has a nice terrace and indoor dining room. They also offer lunch and daily menus. Zoe Food opens from Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. On Sundays they close. So that, if you are planing a weekend breakfast here it will have to be on Saturday.
5. Casa Suecia, Las Canteras
The Café Casa Suecia is a classic for taking cake and coffee in the Las Canteras area. All their cakes and pastries are homemade. If you are more salty, here you also have toast, eggs with beans, toast with salmon, etc. However, Casa Suecia is more a corner for snacks and breakfast for the quality of their cakes. A very cozy place at 70 Tomás Miller st. nearby Las Canteras beach. They are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Breakfast Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Gran Canaria restaurantes guide
If you want to know more places to eat in Gran Canaria, you can continue browsing for free on our website. However, if you want to save time, we recommend our easy and synthesized guide of 50 restaurants classified by type of food and area of the island. Moreover, the guide also includes other breakfast places in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, such as the typical cafés where you can eat a good sandwich of omelet, roasted pork leg meat or calamari accompanied by a Canarian milk and milk coffee.