Restaurant in the high Albayzín with large garden.
C/ Horno de Hoyo
616 117 020
In the summer the Higuera has one of the most sought-after things in the Albaicín; a lush, cool tranquil garden with the sound of a trickling water fountain. There are two entrances, one from the Plaza Fatima and the other from Calle Mina. The restaurant is a little hidden and are unlikely to find it by accident although it is very easy to find. To get there, go to Plaza Fatima and go to the alley at the end.
Inside there is a pleasant dining room where you can eat on cooler days.
There are also art exhibitons and live music.
During the week there is a set menu for 9.50 euros and a half set menu for 6 euros. There is also a varied menu wih traditional Spanish and international dishes (meat, fish, pasta, vegetarian options, etc.).
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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 3 reviews in English and 3 in Spanish. Click here to see the reviews in Spanish.
|Comments of Benvolio Triscott from Frog Suck|
Last Visit: April 2010
|I loved it MAN!!!!!! It was AWESOME!!! Keep up the good work DUDE!!!||
|Comments of Deschamps Warren from United States of America|
Last Visit: January 2012
|The teraza is attractive and pleasant during the summer time.||
|Comments of Steve from Michigan|
Last Visit: January 2013
|This is a great little tapas bar/restaurant within a cool walled garden perched at the top of the hill in the Albaicin in Granada. It is quite difficult to find, tucked away in a little side street, but is well worth it if you can find it. Fantastic tapas free with every drink and eating off the menu looked pretty good as well.||