This is an excellent restaurant with tapas and bar menus and a small and intimate dining room down stairs in an ancient water cistern. Reservations are recommended for the restaurant. It was difficult to decide what to start with but both the Aubergine (eggplant) with honey, and the Mi-cuit of Duck Foie Mozárabe Foam were very good. For mains we chose the hake, with my partner choosing the stuffed sea bass, these were excellent. My partner chose a selection of wines by the glass, also very good. The service was professional, and friendly.
In the morning, whilst we were walking through the centre of town the chef recognised us, and gave a friendly greeting. We thought this was charming. In the evening we decided to go back and taste some more delicious dishes. This time there were not many people there, as the students were celebrating rag week, and most sensible oldies were staying at home! The patron and waiter suggested they could cook and serve a special selection of courses from the kitchen for us. We agreed, and were delighted by their recommendations. The Bluefin Tuna Tataki with Soy and Ginger Almadraba, and the whole octopus tentacle (very large) were especially memorable. We loved this restaurant, and will return if we are ever in Granada again.
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