Have you ever wondered what volcano charred chicken would taste like?
Perhaps some tender beef, sauteed over a deep volcanic well? If you’re
up for a bit of travel, adventure, and volcanic food, El Diablo on the Spanish island of Lanzarote might be just the place you’re looking for.Built on top of a dormant (but still very hot) volcanic site in the Timanfaya National Park, tourists can sit back and relax as chefs cook their meals on grills built above deep volcanic pits. As you’ll see in the video below, the land beneath the restaurant is still very… volcano-ey.
All of the cooks have perpetually furled brows, sweat dripping, deep in
concentration. Given the fiery pits below, I can’t say I blame them for
either.There very few pics of the interior but this is the exterior structure
Tags: volcanic, restaurant, el diablo, charred, chicken, beef, travel, lanzarote, spanish, dormant, timanfaya national park, interior, exterior
Location: Canarias, Spain (load item map)
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