3 good places where to eat in Granada, Andalusia
After exploring Granada, it is time now to give you some little hints on where to satisfy your appetite. This Andalusian city offers a lot and it is, therefore, difficult to choose from the many bars and restaurants. Calle Elvira is certainly the most popular street for a tapas and cervezas, but to me, I liked the atmosphere in the most characteristic Albaicin neighbourhood and with fewer tourist venues. In this post I suggest three places I have personally experienced and that I feel particularly good.
3 Top places for breakfast, lunch and dinner
1 – Panaderia/Pastelleria La Tentacion (Calle San Juan de Dios, 28)
Small and humble artisan bakery, but with fantastic crafts, both sweet and salty, and at very low prices. I would recommend a breakfast with small croissants stuffed with nutella.
2 – La cueva de 1900 (Calle Reyes Católicos, 13) – Great tapas bar – high-quality Jamon. A menu at 12 € with Jamon Iberico de Belota, chips and two bread slices with ham, croutons with fresh tomato sauce and two red wine glasses.
3 – Bar Los diamantes (Plaza Nueva, 13)
Fresh seafood tapas. A drink is served free of charge with a plate of excellent clams.