This excellent deli sells its meats and cheeses on one half of the shop and serves it up to order on the other half. Started in 1912 and has five stores in Granada. We went to the one next to El Corte Inglesis. Red wine and a tapas of jamon was 2.70. We stayed for another 3 rounds of the same, each time the quality and the quantity increased notably, he even let us try different wines before we chose. People were coming in after work for a small bite and a natter. It's not designed for lingering with white counters and only 3-4 tall tables that could only fit 3-4 people max. Great for single travellers wanting to have high quality food with no hassle as prices and descriptions are clear though in Spanish. Staff able to speak passable English to help you out.
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