We ate in the less formal, 'café' (or 'bistro'?), part of this restaurant, at a terrace table with a view of the Generalife. The food was delicious - a lovely creamy gazpacho and an absolutely incredible almond soup. The young staff couldn't have been nicer, even though we were only having a snack, the atmosphere was friendly and relaxed and the view was amazing. You do pay a bit more for the location, but we experienced no trace of 'tourist trap' meanness and low quality - just lovely service and lovely food.
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