Where to eat in Granada?

It is difficult to find a place in the geography where you can eat that well because there are so many delicious tapas at such a good price and surrounded by such a pleasant atmosphere. In Granada you will eat incredibly well and you only have to listen to those recommendations that Oway gives you. We care about you and your hunger after hours and hours of sightseeing in this wonderful city full of attractions. The fried fish is delicious and just removed from the sea. You can eat dogfish, knives, shrimps, cuttlefish, “chopitos”, “boqueroncillos”, monkfish, shrimps and squid. Everything you can imagine and more. The food is always served with beer or wine. Lastly, you cannot forget the aubergine with honey which is so traditional in Granada. Start to salivate!


La Rivera, good atmosphere and better food

This place has more than 50 varieties of beer and an old armor presiding over the bar and it is located between Gran Vía and Calle Elvira. It is situated at the entrance of the district of Albaicín and undoubtedly, its medieval details make the difference, as well as the quality of their tapas, especially the threaded loin and octopus. The cuisine is homemade and traditional. You can enjoy the “pescaíto frito”, omelets and “montaditos” varied. Good atmosphere and better food.

Address: Calle Cetti Meriem, 7
Schedule: every single day from 12:30 to 0:30.
Telephone and website: 958 22 79 69 | https://www.facebook.com/CerveceriaLaRiviera/

Los Diamantes, a jewel of the cuisine

This place has more than 50 varieties of beer and an old armor presiding over the bar and it is located between Gran Vía and Calle Elvira. It is situated at the entrance of the district of Albaicín and undoubtedly, its medieval details make the difference, as well as the quality of their tapas, especially the threaded loin and octopus. The cuisine is homemade and traditional. You can enjoy the “pescaíto frito”, omelets and “montaditos” varied. Good atmosphere and better food.

Address: Calle Navas, 28 | Calle Rosario, 12 | Plaza Nueva, 13
Schedule: Mondays to Fridays from 12h to 18h and from 20h to 02:00h. Weekends and holidays from 11h to 01:00h.
Telephone and website: 958 22 70 70 | https://www.barlosdiamantes.com/

Casa Julio, the temple of “tapeo”

This is a place you'll repeat. We guarantee it. You get with every bite and every tapa all the flavor of Andalusia at once. It's hard to find because it’s located in a alley that's a bit ramshackle. Apparently, you don’t fall in love for the local, but when you sit and start trying tapas, you get impregnated with the magic of the establishment and you'll reach another culinary dimension. You’ll find aubergines with honey, salmorejo and marinated dogfish. Everything has an amazing price and it is as if you felt like family. You will end up swapping tapas with other visitors who will feel as comfortable as you do at Casa Julio.

Address: Calle Hermosa, 5
Schedule: todos los días de 13h a 16h, y de 20:30 a 0:00h, excepto el lunes que cierran.
Website:https://www.facebook.com/barcasajulio/

Carmela, a triumvirate of pleasure

The Carmela group has in total three restaurants. The most traditional one (next to the Isabel La Católica square), the one called the Cuchara (next to the Roman Bridge) and the one called the Pescaíto next to the Cathedral. Every single one of them has its own style and gives emphasis on a specific component of the cuisine of Granada. It has a pleasant, renewed, and cozy atmosphere, and a kitchen that mixes tradition with new trends. Of course, always being faithful to the Mediterranean product with Andalusian flavors.

Address: Calle Colcha, 13 | Calle Paseo de los Basilios, 1 | Marqués de Gerona, 12
Schedule: they have the kitchen open every day from 12h to 00:00h, although from 08:00 in the morning they are already in serving lunches.
Telephone and website: 958 22 57 94 | https://www.restaurantecarmela.com/

Restaurante Carmen Aben Humeya: how to taste from paradise

This is a restaurant located in the Albaicín with spectacular views of the Alhambra. In fact, it has been chosen among the 5 most romantic restaurants in the world! According to a list drawn up by Zagat, it is considered one of the gastronomic places with the most magnets for love due to its mixture of cuisine and idyllic surroundings. The reason is because it is located in the gardens of the Casa de Aben Humeya, a 16th century Moorish house.

Address: Cuesta de las Tomasas, 12
Schedule: everyday from 12h to 16h and from 19h to 23h
Telephone and website: 958 22 83 45 | https://www.abenhumeya.com/

La Fábula, a blessing for the palate

It is part of the Hotel Villa Oniria and it is a restaurant with an exquisite and sophisticated decoration. It also has a big terrace surrounded by gardens and water fountains. It is a market cuisine where the flavor and taste for the local product prevails with a great and evident creative touch. It is a blessing for the palate. It is managed by Ismael Delgado with the supervision of Santi Santamaría and t was awarded a Michelin star in 2008.

Address: Calle San Antón, 28
Schedule: everyday from 14:00 to 16h and from 20:30 to 23h. Closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Telephone and website: 958 25 01 50 | https://www.restaurantelafabula.com/

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