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.