Come on Sundays for the paella and migas (breadcrumbs fried in olive oil with garlic, raisins and spicy sausage). These tasty traditional Andalusian ... More
Come on Sundays for the paella and migas (breadcrumbs fried in olive oil with garlic, raisins and spicy sausage). These tasty traditional Andalusian dishes will fill you up for the rest of the day. The owner always gives generous portions of tapas with drinks and the prices are very reasonable. Consequently, it's a popular and busy bar. One of the best tapas he gives is papas a lo pobre (thinly sliced potatoes slow-cooked with garlic, peppers and onion in olive oil). You'll find it just before the first bridge on your way along Carrera del Darro. The decor is typically Andalusian. Potted geraniums in the windows, ceramic tiles on the walls and wooden wine barrels behind the bar make it alluring.
This place is always full at the weekends with people who come to enjoy the carefully prepared traditional Asturian dishes.
The quality of the fish and shellfish is excellent. They serve all the northern Spanish favourites, like bean stew ...
The menu here features over 100 different main courses followed by 40 imaginative desserts. There are 11 private dining rooms
and two spacious public dining rooms to choose from as well as another branch in Castilleja. All the shellfish ...
Hotel Casa Capitel is an ancient Renaissance palace built in 1503, renovated in 2002 and redecorated in 2012. It is
located in the picturesque area of the Albaicin, in front of the Alhambra in Granada and in the city ...