C/ Mariana Pineda, 8
958 22 38 10

Versión española

Medium to high price, approximately 35 euros per head.

The principal point of note about this restaurant is the curious decor of the upper balcony which attempts to recreate a typical Andalusian street including washing hanging on the line and bicycles.

This restaurant seems to be popular with French people which I suppose must be a point in its favour. It was quite full on a Tuesday night which is another good sign.

The waiter was very pleasant without being too obsequious and he speaks a little English.

There is also a tapas bar at the front of the restaurant.

There is a good wine list. By the way if you know nothing about wine, order a bottle of Marqués de Cáceres and you won't go far wrong.

The oak charcoal grill made my steak taste nice.

To see the location of this restaurant in a map of Granada, click here. It is the R icon next to the Tourist Information Centre.

This page was made without the knowledge of the owners of the restaurant.
It is based on a visit to the restaurant and represents the independent opinion
of and not of the restaurant itself.