The interior may look a bit bare, but whatever this fish restaurant lacks in warmth it makes up for with the food. Less pricey than its neighbor Cunini, it serves simple but high-quality dishes like grilled mullet, dorado baked in salt, prawns with garlic, and monkfish in saffron sauce. The tapas bar, which is more popular with locals than the dining room, offers classic dishes (€1.50) like migas (fried bread crumbs), beans with serrano ham, and tortilla del
Sacromonte (tortilla with lamb testicles and brains, as traditionally prepared by the Sacromonte's gypsies). Granada visitors on Fodor's website community highlight the good, friendly service here.
Pl. Pescadería 12, Granada, 18001, Spain