My friends and I were wandering around the square near Torremolinos station, looking for somewhere tasty to eat. We were put off by all the Brit-focused places, so took a gamble and walked up an alley, where we stumbled across Granvinos. The menu at the restaurant entrance was entirely in Spanish -- perfect! We don't speak a word, but surely that means we can get a more authentic meal? Once we sat down, the waiters offered us English menus and were very helpful with our selections. We ordered the obligatory Sangria jug and a few tapas and hot dishes. The young eel in garlic sauce was very tasty; the black pudding probably the best we've had so far in our European travels; the stuffed mussels was alright, but I'd prefer just straight mussels. The chorizo and it's sauce was amaaaaazing (save some bread to dip in the oil at the end). The cuttlefish was also very tasty. The croquettes were nice and crunchy without being too oily. Anchovy and cured cheese was tasty but very simple. Prawn and bacon was simple yet delicious. The scrambled eggs was the surprise dish. Our less adventurous Canadian friend was looking for something a bit more familiar, but ended up with minimal scrambled eggs mixed with mushrooms, prawns, and young eels. He was not so happy with what he received, but the rest of us found it quite delicious. Great place. Boring British tastebuds please stay away.
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