With just one night left after travelling the country for 2 months, I had eaten at just about every restaurant on La Calzada and most of the ones located away from “Gringo Gulch”
Looking for something different I was faced with two options. A self-promoting “ #1 restaurant”, famously abusing the intellectual property rights of a long dead hero of mine- John Lennon- or the place I finally chose.
At first glance El Tercer Ojo looks like a throwback to the hippie days of the ’70’s with Batik adorned walls. Buddha statues and incense burning. The décor so overwhelms that it takes a while to realize that you are not inside but rather in a small courtyard with the stars as your ceiling.
While Jimmy Three Fingers will always remain my first choice for an evening meal in Granada, the Third Eye was the perfect choice for “something different” on my last night.
A Thai influenced, sweet and sour chicken provided the perfect balance of flavour and texture. Accompanied by rice and a just cooked blend of carrots, broccoli and cauliflower, it was simple yet simply delicious. A caramel custard with a small scoop of icecream was my reward for eating all my vegetables! Service was excellent with wait staff being attentive but not intrusive. I look forward to eating here again on future visits.
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