As you will see from the list below, the majority of places to get something to eat and drink are located after security in the departures area on the ground and first floors of the terminal building.
There are a couple of Cafe di Fiores in the arrivals hall, one of which is in the public area and is therefore an ideal place to sit and have a cup of coffee if you are waiting to pick up someone who is arriving. But make sure you specify you will be in the one opposite the doors you come out of which open into the public area.
If you have acquired a taste for Canary Islands beer then your "last chance saloon" is Cerveceria La Tropical in the passenger only zone.
When I want a snack before boarding the plane I always look for a Pans & Co which offer baguettes with a good selection of fillings. Although not cheap, they are reasonably priced for airport food and tend to be better than sandwiches on the aircraft and I often buy on to take on board to eat.
If you want one last holiday splurge before going on the diet back home then Haagen Dazs ice cream parlour offers you this opportunity with flavourings that are as plain or rich as you want.
Fresc Co is good if you travelling with a family as it is a self-service buffet and you can pick as little or much as you want. Pokins is an American hamburger bar which also serves pizza and finally the Green Bar Grill has a large selection of self-serve salads, hot food and made to order gourmet sandwiches.
By Linda Craik Google+
|Cafe di Fiore||Ground and first floors arrivals and departures|
|Cerveceria La Tropical||First floor departures|
|Fresc Co||First floor departures|
|Green Bar & Grill||Ground floor departures|
|Haagen Dazs||First floor departuires|
|Pans & Co||First floor departures|
|Pokins||First floor departuires|