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How to enjoy home-cooked meals without cooking in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

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For people who don’t like or don’t have time for cooking, finding food can be a real challenge. Eating out every day can be expensive and time-consuming. However, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, there are several options for those who want to enjoy good food without spending too much time or money. In this article, we will explore some alternatives, besides UberEats, Glovo and JustEat.

Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.

I recommend this service which I am using myself: Eco Rico.
David | 10-02-2023

Sonia | 10-02-2023

I haven’t tried it but this place is in Las Canteras: La Yeyita
Dan | 10-02-2023

Daniel | 10-02-2023

Hire a local abuela to do your weekly meal prep. Maybe post an ad on Milanuncios.
Owen | 10-02-2023

I would also recommend Mona Las Palmas and Eco Rico.
Nelleke | 10-02-2023

Someone mentioned My Tupper Canarias.
Mar | 10-02-2023

I like El Taller de Allende to grab food. Home cooked style ready to go meals. Avoid going in prime lunchtime, it gets very busy, better pop in say 12 and buy ahead.
Kristina | 11-02-2023

Spar sells quite good prepared meals. This place also has nice food for take away Cimarrón. Simply try to find comida para llevar places.
Anna | 11-02-2023

You can check this small place – Asadero Faro (named differently on Google Maps) with local food and friendly ppl (it’s named differently on ggl maps). It’s for take away only.
Domi | 13-02-2023

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