Restaurant located in the centre of the city with bar and dining-room based on Andalusian and Granada-style cuisine. Specialties include sevillian soup, shrimp cocktail, Basque hake, baked tuna, oxtail, zarzuela (seafood stew), grilled swordfish, and Argentine-style veal steak. Summer terrace.
Around the corner from the cathedral is Cunini, Granada's best seafood restaurant. This Spanish restaurant serves excellent fresh seafood and the menu presents fish dishes from all over Spain, including some Basque specialties. Specialities include "quisquillas" from Motril on the coast of Granada, fish stew (zarzuela), assorted grilled fish (parrillada) and rice with seafood in a "caldereta". A very popular Granada restaurant.
Some diners come here for the chance to view the unusual hotel that it is. Others come knowing that the place has become an "important" dining venue for the political and media grandées of Granada since its opening late in 2001.
El Claustro specialises in dishes created from local produce such as Remojón Granadino made with salted cod and orange. Ox sirloin with duck liver is an interesting option whilst there are a variety of dishes using mango and avocado from Granada's tropical valleys.
A former haunt of Lorca and his crowd, this city-centre based restaurant overlooking the Royal Chapel has been serving up typical Granadino dishes since the 1930s.For a main course at this Spanish restaurant, the cordero a la pastoril (lamb with herbs and paprika) is highly recommended. The best dessert is bananas flambeé.
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