Granada - Eating
Tapas is the famous style of eating in Spain, and refers to a portion of food rather than a type of cuisine. Tapas are small portions of a variety of dishes. The idea is to eat a little bit of many different items, rather than one large portion. Sharing food is a cultural necessity in Spain and adds to the energetic, friendly charm of this city. For every beverage you order at cafés and bars in Granada, you are given free tapas. It may not be necessary to eat a full meal, but here are some fabulous places to try if the free tapas isn’t enough!
El Aji is a cozy tapas restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Real Asador De Castilla
Real Asador De Castilla is an elegant tapas restaurant serving main dishes of meat, fish and vegetarian cuisine. To the food they have a lovely wine menu.
Pilar Del Toro
Pilar Del Toro is an authentic 17th-century Andalucian house with a charming interior patio. Exquisite regional Spanish dishes with a wide selection of meat and fish.
Venta El Gallo
Venta El Gallo serves excellent Andalucian dishes served in an authentic cave in the Sacramonte. The outdoor patio provides a magical view of the Alhambra. Post-dinner flamenco shows several nights per week.
Azafrán offers traditional Spanish cuisine with a sophisticated, cosmopolitan flair. Outdoor terrace provides stunning, romantic views of the Alhambra.