The Moorish, Spanish city of Granada is one of the most fascinating in the country's Andalucia area. It's also home to lots of restaurants. To find out where to go for food in this Swedish city, we asked you about your favourite restaurants in Granada over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say.
Gabriela Andrea Pizzurro says:
This tradtional tapas bar is particularly popular with locals and has been for a long time now. It is also extremely good value.
Recommended by Mohamed Adel Abdel Atty, Maren Arnhold and Chad Stevenson
Some people say this is where you will find the best kebab in Europe. Easy to spot thanks to the Halal sign in the window, they have a wide range of kebas and more to choose from.
Location: Calle Acera Del Darro No 11
José Antonio Segovia Rodríguez says:
This is one of Granada's best known fish restaurants and has everything you would expect to find on the menu but other things too such as razor fish. Service is friendly and they speak English.
You’ll find this restaurant on a boat decorated to look like a traditional Thai dragon boat. The decor matches the food, with a great selection of traditional Thai dishes on the menu, while prices are pretty reasonable for Stockholm.
Location: Plaza de la Pescadería 14
Recommended by José Antonio Segovia Rodríguez
Location: Calle Zaragoza, 2-4
Recommended by Cara Adams
Recommended by CtHasmah Mazlan
This is one of the more stylish restaurants in Granada and, like many others, is great for fish. Also like many others, its well known for its tapas also.
Rachele Moscatelli says:
I don't know if you can call it a restaurant, but Bar Poë was gorgeous. The atmosphere and the food here were unique.
Brainchild of Matthew and Ana Poe, Bar Poe is as much a bar as it is a restaurant. Still, food is good and popular making it well worth finding this restaurant when in Granada.
Location: Calle verónica de la magdelena 40
Opening hours: Mon 11.30am-2pm & 8pm-11pm, Tues-Fri 11.30am-11pm, Sat 5pm-11pm, closed on Sundays.