Outside the main resort areas and the more sophisticated city center of Las Palmas, food in Gran Canaria is typically simple and based on local produce. Having said that, this authentic cuisine can be hard to find amongst the cosmopolitan collection of restaurants lining the southern coastline, but is well worth seeking out. As you'd expect on an island, there are seafood restaurants aplenty. For authenticity, head to one of the fishermen-owned Cofradia restaurants seen in most harbors.
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