Restaurant with Moroccan Halal food and exotic oriental atmosphere in the Caldererías Barrio. You could easily be forgiven for believing that you had been instantly transported by magic carpet to Morocco when you enter this area of Granada.
The food is OK, the price is medium. NO alcohol is served. The soft drinks made with mint are worth trying.
It's a good place to go if you are bored of "platos combinados" and you fancy something different.
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This restaurant has been reviewed by 6 people. The figures on the right are the average score out of 10 based on all reviews. There are 5 reviews in English and 1 in Spanish. Click here to see the reviews in Spanish.
|Comments of Mariam from Australia|
Last Visit: July 2009
|halaal food and good value for money. Tasty food, inexpensive and friendly staff.||
|Comments of robert tait from Girona|
Last Visit: September 2009
|A popular restaurant with tourists tired of tapas. When we visited all the other customers were American (no locals) The food is good but make sure you check your bill as the accounting seems a bit random||
|Comments of Pernod from Sweden|
Last Visit: December 2009
|Great friendly service. Poor overpriced food. Awful so called "arabic coffee". A tourist trap. 5 euros for aubergines dip? Go to a Spanish place instead.||
|Comments of yasmina from manchester,uk|
Last Visit: February 2013
|Nice decor. Too small for families. Food OK.Quite expensive||
|Comments of Rojjoc from Spain|
Last Visit: September 2014
|Arraynes was mediocre at best. While it appears in pretty much all the tourist books as a recommended restaurant, it turned out to be a "tourist honey trap" in my opinion. Food was average, price a little too high for what was served. Service was excellent but only because they wanted to turn the tables quickly for next tourist bus. I would not go back.||