Tapas in Granada: A starting guide to an insane food culture

However, when I last searched Granada, a customer was accustomed to a Tortilla del Sacramonte on the side of my drink (alcoholic or non -alcoholic, and the same price in the opinion of the Spaniards). about booze). And I was happy to see that it would not be included in the bill, whether I sat for one or a dozen.

And if, like me, you continue (and before), the food will continue after you. It’s tapas-but not in the dreaded, overpaying-for-small-tables-of-greasy-muck way you’d find in British ‘tapas’ houses. This is the real deal.

So here’s my experience with tapas in Granada – and how it has served as an interesting and delicious introduction to tapas culture in general…

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