Place looked appealing, staff were friendly but that was as good as it got. Russian salad starter was supposed to have prawns - I suppose it did if you count 2 measly prawns like you get from Iceland frozen foods, but not what I was...More
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It was 100+ when we visited Granada, but the staff at Cunini couldn't have been nicer by plying us with sparking water, ice, super chilled rose. They also have plenty of shade and a cooling mist spray. Our seafood lunch was superb. We tried a...More
Great location, and lovely outdoors seating. The service was great. We had a very friendly guy from Italy who was well-versed in several languages and very nice. The food was average, at best. A bit bland, even by Spanish standards.
We have visited this long-established fish and seafood restaurant on 2 occasions, firstly for (free!) tapas at lunchtime last winter and again recently for dinner on a busy Saturday evening. "Cunini" is located, appropriately enough, in the tiny Plaza de Pescaderia, a few steps from...More
good for seafood lovers, but not good for foodies. good location near cathedral and Arab street. a little expensive for quality. Don't order scallops if you are a scallop lover. The cooking ruins the taste of scallop and 10 euro a scallop.
We trusted the recommendation from Los Patos, but this was the worst meal we have had in Spain. The clams with white wine were the saltiest I have ever had. We ordered prawns in a chili oil - what showed up was this boiling bowl...More
My partner and I had a fine meal at this restaurant a few days ago. The ingredients are of a very high quality and splendidly cooked. My Turbot was memorable. This long established restaurant does not rest upon its reputation, but continues to maintain standards...More
Able to get a table by waiting till it opened. Very well presented tuna cooked nice and pink in the middle. Really tender. Large chunk of Fish. Only criticism is being given a huge chunk of hard bread which we didn't want or eat but...More
We stopped in to Cunini in Calle Pescaderia on a Sunday and had a wonderful quick lunch standing at the bar. We were served a plate of tender fried fish pieces as a tapas with our drinks and we then ordered the sizzling prawns which...More