Unlike other restaurants, “El Diablo”, located at the Timanfaya National Park on the island of Lanzarote off the coast of Spain, uses an active volcano to cook its food. That’s right, diners can choose from a variety of meat and fish dishes barbecued on a volcano-heated grill that reaches temperatures of 450-500 degrees Celsius. Continue reading for a video and more information.

The construction, of course, wasn’t easy. All that heat just beneath the surface meant that digging foundation trenches was impossible. So instead they set down nine layers of basalt rock, in order to provide a foundation for the structure. Traditional Canarian food is now served at the restaurant, but food is only one of the attractions the place provides. Many people make it a point to visit the volcano-restaurant for the stunning surroundings and view that it provides. The landscape of the island, although barren, is breathtaking to look at.

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