Buried in the Albayzín, this hard-to-find restaurant might appear to be closed, but ring the doorbell—once inside, you'll have unbeatable views across the gorge to the Alhambra, particularly from the wisteria-laden outdoor terrace. In colder weather you can enjoy the open fireplace and attractive dining space inside. The menu has some surprising sweet-savory mixes such as bacalao gratinado con alioli de manzana (grilled cod with apple garlic mayonnaise), and
presa ibérica con salsa de higos, vino dulce, membrillo y puerros (Iberian pork with fig and sweet wine sauce, quince, and leeks). Service is sometimes a little on the slow side. The restaurant has several flights of steps.
Calle Pianista García Carrillo 2, Granada, 18010, Spain
May 20, 2009
We recently went to this restaurant based on Fodor's review and review from our travel agent, however, once there (VERY hard to find even with a taxi)we were seated at the table next to the register and then ignored for 30 minutes. Though American, we are fluent in Spanish and were treated most rudely. Ended up leaving! Don't waste your time or dinero aqui!