After a whole day walking it was great to sit down to have a meal. Even though our original plan is to go to a tapas bar on the same street. We had Small portion Fried squid served with a bed of chips, a Stuffed...More
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four of us went here for breakfast it looked the part we sat and looked at the breakfast menu nothing different but churros were on offer two of us wanted churros and ordered them, when they arrived the waiter placed the dish of 4 churros...More
We were starving for lunch so ordered patatas bravas and the tapas sampler. The server asked if we want one at a time or both together, warning that the plates are rather large for the small table. I said, bring em on! Well the plates...More
I am sure that there are many better tapas experiences than this in Granada. The mixed tapas dish we shared was very ordinary as was the wine we tried.
The grilled squid was barely cooked. I had to send it back but still no visible grill marks . The salad was swimming in olive oil and inedible. And this is from someone who eats olive oil. The Rabo di Toro was also swimming in...More
We visited this place recently in this past xmas season. The whole town was very busy and we decided to make a pit stop here and try out some tapas. We had the fried seafood sampler. It was very good and also local house wine....More
Where do I begin? ... The 'homemade' soup was reminiscent of packet soup and dishwater... the meat in sauce and the meatballs (albondigas) were insipid and cold, the scrambled eggs with prawns, mushrooms and ham (jamon) was an insult to Spanish cuisine: heaps of soggy,...More
Paella had no taste at all, just two shrimps in a seafood paella the rest was calemari and rice. Worst service, and the atmosphere was not very good either. Price had been ok if food had been better. We recommend you to eat somewere else!
My wife and I just returned from dinner at La Chicota. She had the paella and I ordered the albondigas. The paella was very salty but my wife ate it with out too much complaint. My meatballs were cool, not even warm, so I asked...More
There were all these tapas places along this little street, and I just didn't know how to choose. So, I stopped a policeman and asked where he had lunch. He pointed out this tiny place I hadn't even noticed. What a great lunch we had!...More