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the restaurant have place for 10 people and may be some more on the bar, it has relay nice atmosphere, and the service is efficient, its serves food cooked in bowl (like small Tagin) which was very good, and you can share many of the...More
We were greeted warmly by the bartender and woman who served us. This restaurant has 5 tables in a small room of white washed stone traditional to Las Alpujarras mountain towns. We are not meat eaters and found many genuinely vegetarian options thoughtful prepared. The...More
This is a bit hidden away but so worth it to go and have such a lovely dinner. Very friendly staff and it might be a small restaurant but the tables aren't too closely packed to each other. And the food is just absolutely delicious....More
We showed up at 8 pm and we’re lucky to get a table as only 10 people fit into this small restaurant, although there is a tapas bar in front for about 4. The service was wonderful and the food second to none. Great mix...More
Our first evening meal in Capilera did not disappoint. A shared Gazpacho so full of flavour followed by Kid Goat Casserole for me and Wild Boar casserole for my other half, both simply delicious. Dessert was Almond tart with an accompanying liqueur. Really reasonably priced....More
You must try this place. It is a little tucked away, and is definitely a 'hole in the wall'. The kitchen is tiny, as you will see, but the food that the chef produces is fantastic. It's got a small number of tables, so get...More
Our meal was delicious and the host is very welcoming and homecooks all of the tasty food. Vegetarian food is hard to find in Spain, however in bar tapa there are excellent vegetarian choices on the menu that's all taste fantastic! Highly recommend this restaurant
Cannot recommend this restaurant more.
Visited with two friends in August after seeing previous reviews. We shared pate, cous cous with fruit and nuts and two casserole dishes - a wild boar tomato based one, and a sweeter venison one. All were served fresh, hot...More