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46 /100 CC LAS PALMERAS, LOCAL 4, CALLE MEXICO
“Nothing to go out of your way for. I walked from the puerto Los Christianos, along the boulevard. This is the most commercial area of the island, to me personally it seems like a waste of time. On tap a few belgian classics, and some more on bottle. Nothing noteworthy interesting. Just the usual suspects. The location of the bar is just off the quiet part of the boulevard, in a tiled pit. Like a room without a view. Because of the ambiance I passed for actually consuming anything here and instead found a tick at a kiosk stand in front of Burger King, drinking a pint sized cup of shite cerveza watching silhouettes of palm trees in front of a shimmering ocean and listening to the waves clashing on the rocks. Hmmmmm. Much better than drinking a window ripened Rochefort 10 in a white tiled pit at 23 degrees celsius in my opinion.“
sjogro 2693 days ago
50 /100
Cafe Rood (Bar)
PASEO MOCÁN
“Went past several times and the place was closed.. Finally happened upon it one Sunday afternoon - wished I hadn’t. The service is great - very friendly, but the beer was out of date (I had a Verdett Extra Pale that was yearly and funky and 9 months over) and the snacks, whilst not important, we’re also somewhat old! Should have been so much better..“
redkipper 3558 days ago
76 /100 CC LAS PALMERAS, LOCAL 4, CALLE MEXICO
“Looking for something other than Tropical or Dorada? Well this is a great place to visit. A little basic perhaps, and like a Belgian enclave amongst the surf schools, the ’Man Pis’ offers a very good selection remembering you’re in commercial, tourist Spain! The locals are welcoming enough, even if they mostly drink the local beer (!), but if you can stand the heat (it is a proper little sun trap!) then several happy afternoons were had here by me and my partner.. They also sell the beer as take away to brighten your hotel mini bar!!“
redkipper 3558 days ago
54 /100
Cafe Rood (Bar)
PASEO MOCÁN
“Visited March 2013. Darts and games to play. Football on tv. Only tropical on tap, but bottle selection i ok. The usual suspects from Belgium! :-) And that’s ok on tenerife. If in area worth a visit.“
MonMadsen 3779 days ago
66 /100 CC LAS PALMERAS, LOCAL 4, CALLE MEXICO
“Visited March 2013: Visited several times during my holiday, both evenings and afternoons. One of the evenings, packed. A 2-man band played belgian schlagers, spanish classics and english hits. Very nice atmosphere, people dancing and lots of belgians! In the afternoons more quiet and relaxing ambience. Belgian music in the speakers. As others have stated, this is an oasis in the desert. No new and hip beers, no surprises. But all great known belgian beers. Trappists, gueze, kriek and a like. A must visit if in the area, and you are fed up with the local lager and Guinnes!“
MonMadsen 4093 days ago
58 /100
Cafe Rood (Bar)
PASEO MOCÁN
“It’s quite convenient that this place is situated almost just around the corner from the other Belgian bar in the area. It’s far from superb in any way, but there’s a decent selection of Belgian beers available, and some local pale lager for those not knowing better. Westmalle, Chimay Bleu, ORVAL, Rochefort 10, Kasteel Blond and Brune etc. Didn’t spend much time here, but they allowed me to buy some bottles to go so I spent some money there anyway.“
yngwie 4416 days ago
54 /100 CC LAS PALMERAS, LOCAL 4, CALLE MEXICO
“It’s been a while since I was here, and I don’t really miss the place. I found the bar rather un-cozy and the waiters uninterested, but I would of course go back if I was in the area again. It’s an oasis in a desert of bland cervezas and world beers.“
yngwie 4908 days ago
58 /100 CC LAS PALMERAS, LOCAL 4, CALLE MEXICO
“37 beers were on when I visited (three times). As 5 of the beers are trappists (and some of the other also are decent Belgian ales), that fact alone makes this "Flemish" pub deserve its RB listing, in the pale lager desert of touristy Playa de las Americas, Tenerife. Food is limited to a few snacks. Friendly staff.“
Sigmund 4909 days ago
52 /100 CC LAS PALMERAS, LOCAL 4, CALLE MEXICO
“If you ever happens to be in Tenerife Gran Canaries Isles, and had enough of there usual borrowing Cerveza, there is one place that you can go to enjoy a few good beers. The place is well hidden; it was after walking past the place several times that I noticed the bar. So as you walk down the one-way street facing the ocean, it is located on your right hand side underneath ground level. It is owned by a Belgium guy, but he is not always present at the bar. The service is ok, but don’t expect a great dialog about Belgium beers. The selection is about 40 different beers, so for the seasoned Ratebeerian there is not of much interest, as it is a fairly regular Belgium selection the bar has to offer. Still I was quit happy to get away from the crappy Cerveza that all the other bars had on tap and bottle.“
Grovlam 6321 days ago
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