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