My husband and I visited on January 18 at about 7 pm. We were the only customers. We wanted to try a Nicaraguan steak. The first thing the waiter told us was that he had been working there for 33 years, and recommended the house wine, a Navarro Correas Argentine red. It turned out the wine was vinegary, so we order a new one. He brought two new bottles, but didn't know the price... When we asked, he brought the menu for us to look it up. It turned out they were the two most expensive wines. We ordered another red wine, that was being kept in the refrigerator, no good for a US$30 bottle of red.
When we tried to order the food, it turned out that my husband and I had different menus with different items, and different prices for the same items. So we called the waiter, and he couldn't account for the discrepancies, or managed two produce two similar menus. Anyway, we ordered a rib-eye steak and three sausages. The rib-eye was supposed to come with baked potatoes, but the waiter said they didn't have any, and brought us mashed potatoes instead. It turned out that although the steak was ok (nothing outstanding), the sausages had been precooked and were greasy and soggy, not grilled, as announced in the menu. Also, the bread that the waiter said had been baked on the premises was simply unedible. Soggy and old.
To top it all up, when the check came, instead of the US$19.90 listed for the rib-eye steak, it showed $26.95. We pointed this out to the waiter, who had no idea. Ten minutes later we got a new check.
We spent US$77 for a very poor dinner and poor service. For US$77 two people can have several wonderful dinners everywhere else in Granada.
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