I didn't see the flamenco but did go here three times for food and wine in the bar. In Granada there are a lot of very average tapas. Not this place! The food was fantastic (my friend died for the mushroom croquetas but everything we had was so good). The wine list was also good (I'm a bit of a wine snob and I was happy!). In addition, the staff are fantastic - they remember us on our third visti. There are a couple of cons - it's pretty quiet (often we were the only people in the bar) and definitely the most expensive place we ate in Granada (but worth it in my opinion).
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