Stopped for lunch here and had some sangria, ham and cheese and marinated tomatoes. Got a fried fish tapa that was great also. Prices were much lower than what we saw elsewhere in Granada. Definitely would recommend.
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Dropped in whilst on the prowl for tapas... Good burger as emergency food option!! Great ambience - lots of crusader stuff which sounds weird .... Lots of suits of armour but really worked! Words to describe from the tribe Excellent Eclectic Decent .. mate (teenager)...More
I could give at least 3 stars but when you have people that make very bad customer service you deserve the worst. He denied me to pay with credit card, there was no sign outside that said that the c/c were not accepted and you...More
La Antigualla was the first tapas bar we tried and it was amazing. Lovely beer on tap and the food kept getting better and better! The staff were very friendly and the aircon was really cold which was nice when the streets were 30 degrees...More
Dropped in for glasses of Sangria which turned out to be the best presentation of the drink on our weeks holiday. As a result we ordered two meals which were again of superb quality. Friendly, helpful service in a bodega style bar which was decorated...More
It looks tired from the outside. Inside lots of armour. BUT - surprise - service is prompt and attentive. Beer is tasty and the free tapas was toasted ham/cheese bagel and chips (fries) - a meal in itself. We loved it.
We ended up in this bar for beers after being terribly disappointed by an awful diner in another place nearby - and what a difference it turned out to be! Even though this was a week day, there were quite a few people in La...More
A cut above others we've had. Nice cozy environment in a cool day in December. Responsive service. We each had two drinks, which came with free tapas - first a skewer of marinated lamb, fries, and sauce with a bit of a kick in it....More