If you’ve ever been fascinated by volcanos, you might want to head to the Spanish island of Lanzarote. Local restaurant El Diablo is using the heat from an active volcano to cook food.
Evidently, this restaurant has been around since 1970, when artist-turned architect Cesar Manrique opened on an area that overlooks the island’s volcanic landscape (which is now a national park). With the help of two other architects (Eduardo Caceres and Jesus Soto) he was also able to create a multi-layered giant grill on basalt rock.
Take a look at these vids to see the El Diablo cooking method in action:
What do you think?