Restaurant with wide menu and flamenco in the evenings
Open every day from 12.00 (midday) onwards
An Italian pizza restaurant in the Albaicín, Granada. The restaurant has a bar, an inside dining room and spacious outside garden area. There is Flamenco in the evenings (20.00 & 22.00)
The menu has a selection of home made pizzas, typical Spanish food such as gazpacho, paella… etc and also more traditional meat and fish dishes. There is a fixed prices menu del dia from Monday - Saturday at midday.
There are live flamenco shows every evening after 20.30. It is a good idea to reserve a table so that you can watch the dancing while you eat. The performances are in the interior dining room in the winter and outside in the summer.
The restaurant is near the Plaza Aliatar and just next to the San Salvador Church.
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This restaurant has been reviewed by 7 people. The figures on the right are the average score out of 10 based on all reviews. There are 5 reviews in English and 2 in Spanish. Click here to see the reviews in Spanish.
|Comments of johnb from Birmingham UK|
Last Visit: August 2010
|The food is good. This is a good place to come with children and adolescents because they always like Pizza. The pizzas were very tasty and they have thin bases like in Italy. I haven't seen a Flamenco performance here yet and I would like to know if it is any good or not.||
|Comments of Nigel from Rotherham UK|
Last Visit: September 2012
|The food was very nice and was full of Andalusian flavours. We enjoyed the flamenco performance there were two dancers (one played percussion as well), a singer and a guitarist all of whom gave it their all and treated us to a cultural delight. I could not get over how fast those feet moved!||
|Comments of Jason and Debbie from Darwin, Australia|
Last Visit: October 2011
|we loved the overall feel of the place when we went there for lunch - yummy food, great service - so we went back for dinner the next night - more yummy food and great service but the Flamenco was spectacular! So much passion - we will be going back for more!||
|Comments of Richard from Granada|
Last Visit: April 2010
|Upon our visit to Granada, we made a point to see a flamenco show. We visit Spain a few times a year and have worked our way around most of its cities. The restuarant itself is situated in the old moorish quarters 'la albacin', a beautiful place well worth visiting. We had seen the 'Jardines de Zoraya' advertised in the tour guides and when in the area thought we'd go and have a look. We went during the day and were told that the daytime show was cancelled but there was an evening show. As it looked so nice there, we booked a table for the evening. When we arrived later that night the show was infact not in the beautiful 'jardin' but in a very uninspiring room to the side. We were given a menu set at 35 euros. When we were there during the day there was another evening menu with more options and not set at 35 euros but priced per course. On the leaflet given to us, the minium dining options were stated as at least one main course and one drink per person or 15 euros without food for the show. The other menu was nowhere to be seen... The show itself was worth seeing although the musicans seemed a little bored (4 shows 7 days a week must take its toll!) however they performed to a very high standard with amazing guitar playng and dancing. The food was a different story...bland was an understatement! Also the curried tapas we were given with cous cous during the day had reappeared as a topping to a plastic like tortilla (like the ones you can buy in the spanish supermarkets)!!! We left feeling like we'd been taken advantage of. Our advice BE WARNED.||
|Comments of josephine from Switzerland|
Last Visit: December 2010
|Every year I come to spain by car from my country and visit different cities. This year I decided to visit Granada, lovely city. There, after walking uphill and downhill, I decided to stop in this restaurant with a beautiful terrace, Jardines de Zoraya. I enjoyed a nice dinner watching flamenco dancers performing and listening to the guitar and drums.Food is very well prepared, perfect quantity, quality and taste. Toguether with the fact you are enjoying a really special flamenco show I think it is a good price. And they give you different options and possibilities. I am a turist but I don´t like to feel like a sheep going with the turist flow. Here I didn´t feel like that at all. I TRULY RECOMEND IT.||