Reviews on European food in La Zubia, Province of Granada, Spain including Lola Gastroespacio, Taberna Hita, Restaurante Pizzeria Fralisani, Monte Velez, Tagliatella, Atelier-casa de comidas, Divino Ristorante Italiano, La Cantina de Diego, Lucuma restaurant, Colagallo Craft Beers & Cocktails
Things to do in La Zubia
5 based on 252 reviews
Bar specialized in craft beers , we have all local, great selection of national and international beers , both bottled and tap. Enjoy our tapas and plates.Also wide selection of cocktails and gin and tonics . We also include food pairing .
I found this bar on tripadvisor and couldnât believe my luck. I had been very disappointed with a bar we went to the previous night who claimed to offer craft beer but only had 2/3 options and only one on tap. Here there is a selection of at least 20 on tap and many more in vans or bottles you really are spoilt for choice.What I liked most about this bar is that it is so refined more wine bar than normal bar. It has a lot of space between tables and the bar with bar stools and music playing. The service was friendly and efficient. We were offered a tapa but declined this. We enjoyed our beer choices and will definitely return and stay for food too.
5 based on 87 reviews
We are a small restaurant , which offers a different cuisine with a touch of creativity.
We really enjoyed our Sunday evening meal with our two well-behaved children. The homemade bread was warm and delicious as was the goat's cheese and potato starter. The veal steak was extremely tasty and tender and a very reasonable price. As was a beef steak on a previous occasion. The pasta was sublime. We took away most of the paella which was much better the next day when the flavour had had time to come out. I will order their more innovative dishes next time, I think it's their specialty. I wish we had had room for dessert! The service was in English as was the menu. Very informative and helpful. We look forward to our next time! Afterwards, I would recommend a nightcap at Barberia in Monachil pueblo, a 5 minute drive further on from the Monachil barrio, where Lucuma is, especially their coffee with a piece of dark chocolate at the bottom!Thank you so much for your opinion. We hope you come back soon.
4 based on 335 reviews
We were a party of 4 celebrating an important family event. We found out about this restaurant through Bib Gourmand Michelin and Trip Advisor comments, and decided to try it rather than use other restaurants we are familiar with in Granada. We were not at all disappointed. The welcome we received on reaching the restaurant was very good (most welcome as our Sat Nav seemed incapable of getting us to the right bit of Monachil!). The general atmosphere of the dining room was very pleasant and attractive, and the waitress most helpful. The food was excellent - beautifully prepared and presented, and full of flavour. The menu choice is limited, but of quite exceptional quality with a strong emphasis on local produce. Portion sizes are large, so for a party of 4 as we were it would probably have been sensible to choose 2 or 3 starters to share. As main courses, two of our party had steaks, and the other 2 fish - all felt they were of very high quality. The wine list was good, and not overpriced. I think reservations are necessary and whilst there was an English menu, the staff do not speak much English, so try your Spanish!!! Strongly recommended. We most certainly will go again.
5 based on 135 reviews
Italian restaurant. All homemade by the Italian Chef. Fresh pasta, Risotto, Meet, Fish, Seafood and the best deserts. Food for coeliacs and vegetarians
The restaurant Divino can be summarized as âthe perfect combination of delicious Italian food and outstanding, friendly serviceâ.Notwithstanding the several tasks keeping him busy in the kitchen, the chef Marco Frontani is always available to tell you some story about his menu: how the fresh pastas are done or how he prepares his own mozzarella. Divino offers traditional Italian recipes with a twist of newness and a great attention to the right ingredients as far as freshness and provenance are concerned.A little Italian gem along the Genil river that will enrich your experience of stunning Granada with a touch of taste. FrancoFranco, thank you for leaving your experience with us on tripadvisor.Good bye and Arrivederci.
4 based on 251 reviews
Small, unpretentious restaurant that serves the most amazing dishes.Dont be put off by external appearance of restaurant as it looks nothing special. Presentation is key here and it certainly delivers the wow factor. Every dish is presented so artistically and beautifully. Excellent service too.
4 based on 544 reviews
You will find our restaurant La Tagliatella on the first floor of Centro Comercial Serrallo Plaza in Granada. Take advantage of your shopping day to visit us and enjoy the unique flavors of our Italian cuisine. Our carefully crafted decor you transport yo
This is full flavor Italian food and paper thin crust wood fired pizza. I see other reviewers saying their food was saucy and that the pizza was too thin...those are personal preferences I suppose but our experience was great. We ordered a traditional bolognese which was good and another pasta with goat cheese and tomato cream sauce and Italian sausage which was very good. House bread is delicious and they have a very interesting take on Tiramisu. Portions are huge--great for sharing.
4 based on 309 reviews
cerno a cementerio Nuevo de Huetor Vega, en la zona de los Rebites
This is a family run restaurant higher up in the hills just on the outskirts of Granada. You have indoor and outdoor seating, The waiters are fast and the food is great. I dedicated to only the appertizers and picked from my friends plates The flavoring in the steaks was a little light but you can salt because lot of places in Granada are heavy handed with the salt
4 based on 192 reviews
Best place in Granada to Eat cheap and quality food. Pasta and pizzas are great and the meat even better. However, the home made tarts are just incredible.
4 based on 219 reviews
Dinner time and full house? No problem, they set up an additional table for us immediately :-)Following the recommendation we had the house wine - an excellent tinto, accompanied by delicious bruschetta, compliments from the kitchen. As suggested we tried as main courses their wonderful tuna steak and outstanding pork fillets with clams; this combo was a first for us and a wonderful surprise too, really good!When we complimented the waiter and asked about the chef, our surprise ended: of course, cooking is done by his grandfather and he certainly does an outstanding job! From freshness of the ingredients, to presentation and definitely the taste!The Taberna Hita is a little bit out of the way if you visit Granada, but for sure worth the short road trip!
4 based on 200 reviews
It was absolutely awesome to find such restaurant in La Zubia. Chef is really creative and experienced.We really liked the atmosphere, food, wine, service and music. This was the best beef tartar I ever had. Having visited it once we stopped looking for other places.
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