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Like other posters, we visited this bar last night shortly after it opened at 8.30pm and were lucky to get a couple of seats perched next to a ledge. The owner was great, service was efficient despite the growing crowd of people as the night...went on and the tapas were first rate. We were a bit hesitant of visiting given our lack of Spanish but it was easy to communicate and we felt like locals. One of our favourite tapas bars in Granada.More
We decided to visit after seeing Anthony Bourdain visit here in his travels in Spain. It didn’t disappoint. On advice we arrived as it opened at 8.30 pm. Just as well as the small bar was packed within ten minutes. For every drinks order they...bring fresh, simple and delicious tapas. The service behind the bar was friendly and efficient with lots of encouragement to taste different wines. Highly recommended .More
Came here on a Tuesday night in January. It was packed!! We found a spot and service was good, however their English was very basic. Free tapas with drinks. Would defo come again and recommend.to anyone.
I have been there in September with my friends. We had a lovely dinner: locale wine and tapas very good. Try the salmorejo!
The place is small but very nice and the staff very efficient
Definitely to try!
We came here first just for a glass of wine (accompanied by a tapa of course) and then decided to be back because we were impressed by their selection of wine. Definitely a good decision! Had a lovely evening with Luisa guiding us through a...wine discovery accompanied by delicious tapas. Even though the place got very crowded at some point, the staff were always attentive and remembered every single order. It’s amazing how many good bottles they offer to try by glass. Authentic spanish service with lots of emotion. Really loved it and hope to be back some day. Muchas gracias!More
Taberna La Tana is tiny, crowded and noisy. Yet, when the sophisticated dishes start to arrive you can easily forget that you're in a tapas joint, and think that you're in a high-end restaurent. We ate here the best foie gras ever (with quince jam...inside) - nothwistanding all the Michelin starred French restaurants we visited over the years. Came as soon as the open, or you'll have to stay outside.More