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Its discasting the worst place i have ever been.The food is terrible.Its a tourist trap the meat raw dishes dirty,overpriced menu i am not a competitor its true save your selves and eat somewhere else.
Stopped by for a wine and tapas. Waiter didn't speakmenglish, but understood perfectly. Delivered wine and very fresh coked aubergines with honey. Excellent.
We sat outside in street. Great fun made up by fresh hot food good wine and a very funny hard workin waiter
WE encountered only locals and only Spanish. The service was friendly, playful and helpful. The food was good , hot and well served. Local Wine fit the our appetite as we watched the restaurant fill with people who all appeared to know the owner. The...More
This place is good if you want to try average tapas in Granada, their speciality is the fried-eggplant, which is quite good. We ordered an avocado and tomatoes salad, (1tomato and probably half-avocado, with some olive oile and balsamic vinegar) 8,50Euros.
Typical tapas bar, even it's not in the center of Granada an if u want to go u will need to change a few minutes your route to go.
They serve the "first" tapa with the drink for 2€ which it's the typical deep fry...More
Stumbled across this place looking for some late night grub. It was pretty busy but luckily got a table before the big rush. The service was a little slow because of the crowd. The eggplant was yummy (complimentary) and the croquetas were the bets I...More
We came here with family twice for late lunch at the weekend. It took a few minutes to find a free table .There was a happy bustle with many tables occupied by large families tucking into plate-fulls of various fried fish etc. They had run...More