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The speciality is revueltos (scrambled egg) with prawns, wild mushrooms and so on, but there's also good ham, chorizo, black pudding, and a variety of wines...

C/Manuela Malasaña 15


Restaurants & cafés

Named after Granada's magical palace and done up in suitably Andaluz-Moorish style, this is a pretty and peaceful spot during the day, serving basic tapas...

C/Victoria 9


Restaurants & cafés

A quirky basement bar, kicking to the strains of flamenco and best described as rustic technicolour, with its wooden painted furniture and Gaudiesque mosaic...

C/Martín de los Heros 72

As de los Vinos - La Casa de las Torrijas

Restaurants & cafés

A charmingly old unkempt bar, tiled and mirrored, with table-tops constructed from old enamel adverts. Since 1907, it has served little more than torrijas -...

C/Paz 4

Bodegas la Ardosa

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

A tiny local bar with a lovely old tiled exterior (confusingly marked No.58) and walls lined with bottles of wine. There are especially good patatas bravas...

C/Santa Engracia 70

Bodegas Ricla

Restaurants & cafés

A tiny, bright and friendly mother-and-son operation, Bodegas Ricla does a great line in garlicky boquerones and an incongruous one in soft rock. Cheap but...

C/Cuchilleros 6

Café Melo's

Restaurants & cafés

It's got all the aesthetic charm of a kebab shop, but this bright little bar is something of a classic. It's famous for its zapatillas - huge, open...

C/Ave María 44

Casa Alberto

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

One of the city's most evocative old tabernas, hung with oil paintings and presided over by a septuagenarian. It still has its old zinc bar complete with...

C/Huertas 18

Casa do Compañeiro

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

A tiny jewel among tapas bars, with wonderful tiling inside and out. The tapas are mainly from Galicia, with lots of octopus, gammon, pig's ear and, of...

C/San Vicente Ferrer 44

Casa Granada

Restaurants & cafés

A very ordinary bar serving very ordinary food, which has an extraordinary view. To get in, ring the buzzer on street level, and then ride the lift all the...

C/Doctor Cortezo 17

Casa Labra

Restaurants & cafés

Famously the birthplace of the Spanish Socialist Party back in 1879, this legendary bar, with its brown 1950s paintwork and luggage racks, is worth a visit...

C/Tetuán 12

Cervecería Alemana

Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

Famous for being Ernest Hemingway's daily haunt (his table, should you be wondering, is the one in the near right-hand corner). The decor is fin-de-siècle...

Plaza Santa Ana 6

Cervecería Santa Bárbara

Restaurants & cafés

The prawns are the thing here, consumed in rosy platefuls by the uptown shoppers crowded round the horseshoe-shaped bar. Always full, with a loyal...

C/Goya 70


Restaurants & cafés

The Conache look is casually hip, even though the bright lighting and fruit machines keep scenesters at bay. The food, however, is absolutely where it's at....

Plaza de San Ildefonso

De 1911

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Restaurants & cafés

Despite the address, De 1911 actually sits on the tiny pedestrian street C/Coloreros, on which it has tables. It is indeed from 1911, but is a curious mix...

Plazuela de San Ginés 5
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