This is an excellent restaurant, which i strongly recommend you visit if you're in the Granada area.
We were seated quickly upon arrival (we didn't reserve a table). Bread, oil and drinks were provided quickly while we looked at the menu, which is available in English. I opted for the Harrira (Moroccan lentil soup) and the pretty lady chose goats cheese and pear in a sherry reduction. Both were delicious. The main courses were a perfectly cooked lamb dish with seasonal vegetables, and a very tender pork dish. For dessert, we shared a chocolate tart, followed by very good coffee. The recommended red wine was an excellent complement to the food
The service was friendly and not invasive. The waiter spoke excellent English. The view from the window of the restaurant looks up to the Alhambra, which is spectacular at night.
The meal was also good value for money (about 60 Euro). All together, a great experience that I hope to repeat some day...
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