Good authentic Spanish food, served by the family who makes it, at very reasonable prices. If you can spare some time and speak a little Spanish ask the owner about the history of the area. He is a local history buff and can tell you everything you want to know about the Albaicin. When we were there during the summer they were upon from 10a til about midnight. Breakfast including hand squeezed fresh orange juice was E3.50 and the Menu del Dia ran from E9.50- E11.50 and included an appetizer, main dish, dessert, glass of wine or beer (or soft drink) and bread.
We went several times and were never disappointed.
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