Tel: 34 958 228 290
Concierge.com's insider take:
This is the first and best of the carmen restaurants that are now so much in vogue (carmen is the grandest type of Albaicín house). Tables are set out on various terraces, and food hovers between traditional Granadino cooking and the pre-Christian culinary heritage. Feast on cardoons with an almond sauce, baby broad beans with ham, a fantastic local sheep cheese flavored with rosemary, and jamón de Trevélez (cured ham). Wash it all down with organic wine from the restaurant's own vineyards. On Tuesdays at 11 p.m., the place transforms into a flamenco hall.
Closed Sunday evening.
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In the Albayzín, the ancient Moorish quarter of Granada and a UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, you will find a beautiful restaurant with a spectacular view on the... more