During my stay in Granada, I have already visited some nice bars and restaurants that I would like to present you. Every place I will mention is somehow different, everywhere you’ll find something special.
A comer bien
“A comer bien”, literally translated as “Eat well”, is a small place hidden in one of the streets of Granada. As a tourist, you wouldn’t find it at all but it’s definitely worth going there. This shop offers a huge variety of very tasty homemade meals. Everything is fresh, natural and made from high-quality products that are bought daily.
Every day they have different daily menu just for 6,50€ that includes first meal, second meal, dessert and bread. I’m sure that for such low price you won’t eat better food in Granada. The shop opens from 12:00 till 16:00 from Monday till Friday. So if you want to try typical Spanish meals, you shouldn’t miss this place!
Address: Calle Luis Braille, 5, Granada
Ichiban is a Japanese restaurant. You might think that it cannot have something different from this kind of restaurants. Believe me, it has. As I mention in the previous post, Granada is the city of tapas. Without exception. Even the Asian restaurants offer tapas with drinks. Ichiban has 7 kinds of tapas, including sushi! If you want to eat sushi as tapas, with one drink you get two pieces including wasabi and soya sauce. I tried various tapas and everything was freshly made and also very nice. Except the tapas, I also ordered mango pudding with cream and it was good as well.
This restaurants offers few different daily menus, you can also order meals by phone and they bring it to your place. It’s open every day from 12:30 till 16:00 and from 20:00 till 0:00.
FB page: www.facebook.com/IchibanGranada
La Cueva de 1900
La Cueva de 1900 (The Cave of 1900) is a chain of restaurant bars. In Granada you’ll find more than just the one I mention. Everywhere it has the same design. In this restaurant I had just one drink and one tapa so unfortunately I cannot tell you much about it. The place is very nice inside though, definitely pleasant to come there in the evening to have a glass of wine. It’s open every day from 9:00 till 0:00, just at weekends they open at 10:00.
Toma TÉ pan
Toma TÉ pan is not a restaurant or a bar. It’s a small tea house with beautiful decoration, it impresses you when you enter. Indise you can order various kinds of tea as well as coffee. They also offer delicous homemade cakes for 2,50€. I tried the chocolate one and I loved it. They have some kinds of sandwiches as well. It’s also a bakery so you can buy there pastry.
I would say that women will like this place much more than men. It’s very cozy and I think it’s an ideal place where to go to have some girly talks while drinking a cup of tea of coffee.
It’s open from Monday till Friday 9:00- až 13:00 and 17:00-20:30, on Saturday 9:00-13:00 and 17:00-20:30, on Sunday it’s closed.
Address: Camino de Ronda, 43, Granada
Ysla is a chain of cafeterias/sweet shops that is famous because of its “piononos” (Check previous post.). The first sweet shop Ysla was opened in Santa Fe in 1897 by Ceferino Isla González, creator of piononos. In Granada you can find several shops. They offer many different kinds of sweet pastry and cakes. If you go there for the first time, you should definitely tried the traditional pionono.
Address: Calle Acera del Darro, 62, Granada