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Pilar del Toro is a great place to meet up with friends for a drink and some tapas and is even perfect for those who want a full meal. It's a large restaurant which has plenty of dining rooms upstairs. The interiors are impressive with sofas and upholstered chairs and guests can even dine in the outdoor garden area which is complete with dining tables and a few romantic and intimate candlelit dining rooms. The menu here is as appealing as the place and consists of favorites such as roasted lamb with fig sauce, roasted striped bass with mushroom sauce or light meals like puff pastries which are either stuffed with spinach and ham or codfish with a mousseline of avocado.
La Fabula is indeed fabulous, with its delicious food, plush interiors and splendid service. Chef Ismael Delgado Lopez crafts an assorted menu, that starts off with salads, while for the mains, there is a separate seafood and meat menu, with some tasty Stingray and Monkfish dishes and lamb, beef and boar tenderloins with the most delicious flavors. Every item is scrumptious, with an elegant presentation. The menu concludes with some much-coveted chocolate mousse and ice-creams for dessert.
If you're looking for a drink and a bit of local colour during the bullfighting season, this typical Granada tavern is worth a visit. It is actually located within one of the outside walls of the bullring, or Plaza de Toros. The atmosphere is homely, the tapas are good quality and the décor is all to do with bulls and wine. The drinks are a bit pricey compared to other nearby places, but it does have a unique location.