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If there was just one bar to recommend in Granada, it would be this one. Come here for the best range of tablas (platters of cold meats, cheeses and pates) and tapas in town. The food and drinks are presented beautifully in an atmosphere where time seems to have stood still. The clay floor, tiled walls, bulls' heads, wine barrels, aged wood bar, and mirrors make this a perfect example of the Andalusian tavern. Unlike the old days, though, the bar staff are agreeably friendly, efficient, and professional. It's always full of animated people enjoying eachother's company as much as the beer and tapas.
Come here for top quality fresh seafood brought daily from the Port of Motril on the Mediterranean. You won't find a better range of fresh fish and shellfish in town. The mixed seafood platter and the spicy, sizzling prawns al pil-pil are worth trying. The adjoining bar serves great tapas at reasonable prices. The menu is not adventurous, sticks firmly to tried and tested local favorites, and doesn't offer much choice for serious meat-eaters. Nevertheless, the lunchtime menu of the day is available for good value. Head here for a good meal.
If you want to impress your clients, colleagues or business associates without having to travel too far from the Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones Conference Center, you need look no further than this place, within easy walking distance. One of the oldest restaurants in town, it is proud to tell you it first opened on September 29th 1919. You can choose from a range of fish or meat dishes or opt for the local specialty - hearty mountain stews packed full of nutritious ingredients. The decor is simple, rustic and uncluttered, with wood, exposed brick walls and columns, set off nicely by the starched, white linen tablecloths. Remember to bring your credit card. It is expensive. There is a customer car park, too.
This is a good spot to have a delicious meal. Easily accessible by car, the restaurant has great service. The emphasis is on Mediterranean cuisine and homemade desserts.The number of tourists is overwhelming in high season as well, but what makes it special is its great food.