Interesting experience. Went for lunch, and the total bill of 72 euros was as much as we spent at any restaurant in Spain. The food was all very good, but doesn't quite hit the mark they are aiming at. The goal is gourmet in the Michelin star tradition. The result is good, but somehow not meeting the goal (the sauce and meat just don't quite match, venison is yummy and the right temperature, but doesn't melt in your mouth), you don't have any of those incredible colunary moments where you taste something completely different and in a whole new way. However, the price is 1/4 of lunch at a 3 star restaurant, the service is good, and the view is absolutely incredible. A great ending to a visit to the Alhambra. Tip: Lunch starts at 1:30.
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