An excellent fine dinning experience. Fabulous food, very knowledgeable staff. We were very excited to meet chef Juan Andres. Thankyou so much for making our experience in Granada memorable.
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My husband, daughter and two grandchildren (4and 10) decided to have a nice dinner on our last night of a twenty day vacation in Spain. The food was good and the service was exceptional. We asked for a bottle of tempranillo and a local Granada...More
The point of this restaurant is to offer a modern, high end take on classic Spanish food. Which sounds great for about a tenth of a second until you realise classic Spanish food probably doesnt need a modern take. There are enough high end Spanish...More
I went there with my husband..he had the degustation menu which was very good..and i had the sea bass ratatouille..which was very good as well..the location is very beautifull..u feel like going back in time...the staff was really nice to us...for sure we will go...More
We arrived by chance, having found La Fabulo closed, we were recommended to come here. The hotel looks like nothing from the outside, but when you enter, you step back a few centuries. The tables are located in the cloister of the monastry and the...More
This is the restaurant in the hotel in which I stayed. It was so good--from the amuse-bouche to the appetizer to the interlude to the entree and dessert--I did not eat elsewhere. Excellent Andalusian cuisine. The service was attentive and the presentations were exquisite.
On my last night in Granada I decided to treat myself to a more formal meal than the taps etc I'd been having. I did a quick search in the neighborhood and found this place. Since it is located in a hotel, I first called...More
We stayed in the hotel where this restaurant is situated so easy to find. We had a very nice table outside in the courtyard under a clear dark sky with on the background live Spanish guitar music. Aperitives were fun and playfull and tasty and...More