Tel: 34 958 223 094
Concierge.com's insider take:
This down-home, family-run eating house is in the heart of Sacromonte, an eccentric neighborhood where much of the population (mostly gypsies) lives in caves, putting on overpriced flamenco shows for tourists. The Juanillo rises above all that in a one-room dining space with a few tables, terra-cotta plates, and great views from its open-air porch. The foodSpanish ratatouille called pisto, baby lamb chopsis plain, authentic, hearty, and good value. The owners are given to breaking out the guitars and engaging in some impromptu flamencoand if you are interested in one of those gypsy shows, they can arrange it. (Leave most of your money back at the hotel, though; these shows are designed to fleece you.) Book ahead.
Closed Sunday evening and Monday.