Contrary to some of the reviews we had an excellent meal last night at the restaurant.
Tip one, get there by nine latest, this applies to most good bars and restaurants in Granada, any later and you will end up sitting at the bar. When we go there all of the outside seating were already taken, reluctantly we agreed to be seated inside, this turned out to be for the best, interior is modern, for those who might be interested, the wall lights are by Foscarini.
Three at the table next to us were regulars and there was family party of sixteen, I would suggest that all of the tables were occupied by Spanish
We had the Gazpacho for starters, ok, have had better in Granada. The mains was a sea food stew with rice for two, this was superb, Lobster, Crab, Prawns all for a mere Euro34 for two. You would pay more for two boring mains in a pseudo gastro pub in London.
In Granada when you order a drink you get a free Tapas, in our case we got a free ratatouille which was accompanied with some very tasty warm crispy bread rolls, great.
All in all an excellent night out, would recommend. If however you have a limited taste palate and decide on something boring like the fried seafood platter, you can get this most anywhere in Granada and don't then complain that it was exactly that, nice but boring.
Small grumble, no side plates but waiters were most obliging.
Tip number 2, order beer and avoid the wine, nothing wrong with wine,by going with beer and spend it on a higher priced items on the menu.
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