Reviews on Mediterranean food in Atarfe, Province of Granada, Spain including Pizzametro, Esencia el Restaurante, Meson EL Porton, Ermita de los Tres Juanes, Restaurante Casa Marino, Bar Freiduria La Caleta, El Zahir, Meson el Cordobes de Jose Peregrina, Pizzeria La Nonna, Taberna La Zarzamora
Things to do in Atarfe
5 based on 98 reviews
A small restaurant in the centre of the city where you can try the traditional tapas from Spain. To share or to enjoy by yourself. Based on the quality of the ingredients, it is a place of reunion where gastronomy and art fusion to create good memories. C
We spent the afternoon eating, drinking, and relaxing after a morning at the Alhambra. It was delicious and a wonderful atmosphere. We watched the owner hand slice the jamon, as locals spent the afternoon with friends. The carrillada de cerdo al vino tinto (pork with red wine) is a must try - best tapas weâve had! Thanks for your lovely comment Jennifer! We hope to have you back if you ever come back to Granada!
4 based on 443 reviews
Dinner in most restaurants starts late - at 8:30. We had kids and showed up at 8 and they accommodated us. Really great food for us and for the kids. And quick too. Very hard to get a reservation though. Generally very crowded. Highly Recommended!
4 based on 735 reviews
September is coming and with it, the end of the holidays. Next Thursday, August 29 we will be back again. We wait for you!
Visited last night with our small children. Followed trip advisors guidance and booked a table before we went. We were not disappointed. Food was amazing and service outstanding. They welcomed our small children (3&5) and offered to make them food off menu. They gave the children jelly sweets in little bowls at the end which was a lovely touch. We went for the goats cheese started on menu and local prawns and fresh fish off menu polished off with a bottle of local Granada red wine. Fantastic food & flavours and perfectly cooked. Little touches of ham, home made meatballs, chupito and home made desert on the house were great. Cannot but recommend to eat here if you are in Granada but book a table to not be disappointed. Note it is located away from the main tourist thoroughfare but easy to find with google maps.
4 based on 114 reviews
We did not feel like going back to the city so we found this restaurant on tripadvisor. The service started in spanish and we received some tapas with our drinks. Very good tapas so we were surprised as we did not know what to expect. Then a new waiter came out and translated the whole menu to english, another surprise. Both the meat and fish were very nice and the service was friendly and good. We recommend it to people who want good food outside from the city centre. The best food we ate in the granada area.
5 based on 8 reviews
El dueÃ±o, Fran, recomienda siempre lo mejor. Los guisos diarios: un placer. Cuando hay caracoles: un 10! Los cartuchos hemos tenido el placer de degustarlos. Es pequeÃ±o pero esconde el secreto de una cocina tradicional con productos de primera calidad. No puedo recomendar nada mas que ir. Y dejate aconsejar: no te arrepentirÃ¡s.
4 based on 74 reviews
OUR PHILOSOPHY: QUALITY BY TRADITION Restaurante Casa Marino, which opened its doors in 1920, has been faithful to its vocation traditional restaurant throughout its 90 years of existence. Today, the house has taken due updated Castilian recipes, giving p
Restaurante de cocina tradicional. Muy bien cocinado todo.Cuentan con cerveza Turia que es dificil de encontrar por Granada.Los salones son bastantes grandes para reuniones y eventos. Fui un dia de semana a una reunion de trabajo con clientes y me sorprendiÃ³ estar casi lleno de gente trabajadora comiendo "de menÃº ". Muy bien la relaciÃ³n calidad-precio.
3 based on 132 reviews
We were a group of 50 for lunch. Fernando and his team looked after us really well. The food and service was really good. The weather was warm enough to sit outside and the view is well worth the drive up the hill, past the quarry. Lovely find.
4 based on 43 reviews
You enter this eatery through a an arch leading to old fashioned courtyard then in to the restaurant which is a barn like structure. When we were there in February they had a log fire burning which besides keeping the place warm gave it a authentic tipico atmosphere.Tapas were plentiful and varied along with main meals available. We have visited El Porton 3 times now over a period of 5 years and it is always consistently good. Excellent food and reasonable prices. The restaurant is easy to find with it being at the top end of Avenida AndalucÃa which is the main street in the centre of Atarfe.
4 based on 90 reviews
Nice place, was difficult to find it because is into the Las Yucas restaurant.If you look for Esencia restaurant with your GPS it will take you to Las Yucas restaurant.Elegant place, at the entrance you will pass trough a tapas place, then you will be guided to the restaurant.Friendly service.
4 based on 655 reviews
The slice of pizza was nice. Comfortable resturant. Friendly service.But the coffee. I couldn't finish it. It was awful. Left a bad taste in my mouth for a hour.May be the owner should try his own coffee. If he likes it he knows he likes the worst cup of coffee served in Spain.Gracias
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