Extremely buzzling crowdy place.
I managed to sneak in and find a table although it can be difficult at peak hours. Free tapas with beers, so you might as well just order at the bar and eat there.. If you find space.
Ordered a meat ball and their legendary croqueta, for 1 euro each. Both were tasty (and big size). The obligatory additional free tapas was a small dish of paella, which was appreciated.
For the rest, the menu was not impressive. The service is acceptable, considering the mass of people they serve. You might feel like you have to leave the table asap, cause people keep pouring in.
All in all, your typical good place for free tapas in Granada; it doesn't stand out from the mass.
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