National Geographic: ‘This is one of the most impressive restaurants in the world’
El Diablo de las Montañas del Fuego restaurant has been selected by National Geographic as one of the "six most impressive places in the world to eat". The popular magazine highlights the fact that "food is cooked with superheated steam escaping from an active volcano in the Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote”.
The restaurant's outdoor grill, which is built with basalt stone thrown up by volcanic eruptions, is used to cook meat and seafood at temperatures between 450° and 500°C, giving food a unique and unforgettable flavour.
El Diablo's expert chefs use unique cooking techniques to create a culinary experience not found anywhere else in the world.
National Geographic describes the restaurant as one of the most impressive places in the world to eat, due to its location in the Timanfaya National Park surrounded by a desolate volcanic landscape, and its use of unique cooking techniques, making it a once-in-a-lifetime culinary experience.
If you ever get the chance to visit this unique place, be sure to try some of the local dishes and products that El Diablo offers, as there are not many places where your food is cooked by the heat of a volcano! Without a doubt, it will be an unforgettable experience.