Open since 1930, this two-story restaurant has fed the likes of composer Manuel de Falla and poet Federico García Lorca. There are four colorful dining rooms and a small but superb tapas bar, all furnished traditionally with lots of dark wood and decorative plates and pictures on the walls. On sunny days opt for the outdoor terrace overlooking the Royal Chapel and cathedral. Dinner is accompanied by live guitar music from May to September. The dinner menu includes Granada
favorites such as sopa sevillana (soup with seafood), fresh whitebait stuffed with black pudding, and, for braver diners, tortilla al Sacromonte (with lamb's brains and testicles).
Calle Oficios 12, Granada, 18005, Spain