Fresh seafood, great service and cozy place. Located in central part of Granada, with very nice atmosphere and outstanding food
We tried two locations in the chain and the Los Diamantes II was our favorite location for the service and the tapas. It looks like a tiny hole-in-the-wall and we were skeptical when we walked by before noon and found the place mostly empty. However, when we walked back a little after 12, the place was totally packed with locals... 更多
A triumph for TripAdvisor - as you probably wouldn't risk it otherwise. Looks like a dump at first glance and the noisy atmosphere seems intimidating - and little English is spoken. But take a chance - the seafood is outstanding and everyone is really friendly. Get there early - of the fifty or so clients, only six will get seated... 更多
Now visit every week or so for lunch. Busy with locals which is always a good sign. Tapas (boquorones/gambas/paella etc) reliably good, mixed racione (media) of fried seafood, fabulous.
These bars look quite clinical in their decor but the magic is what comes out on the plates! Friendly service goes hand in hand with the lovely fresh seafood. We only had room for the fried prawns after staggering across from La Tana, the 1/2 portion was very generous. It's always interesting to watch the locals go about their late... 更多
Very traditional restaurant with excellent seafood cooked in the local style. The gambas (prawns) were especially good. Lunchtime is a great time to come if you want to enjoy the local atmosphere and feel the vibrancy of expressive spanish conversations going on around you. A great place to enjoy some southern spanish seafood and atmosphere.
One of several of these restaurants in Granada. This one is a little difficult to find being tucked away in Calle Del Rosario. We turned up at 10.30 one night having just arrived in Granada. The glass of wine came with a plate of prawns. Surtido de pescado seemed to be the most popular dish. A half ration of lightly... 更多
We worked up a good appetite walking around The Alhambra all morning. Was a bit chaotic getting a table but that's the nature of the place. We chose lunch on the basis of what the locals were eating and their choices were good...Rosada (fried fish) and Gambas were fresh and went down well. We were amused at the English translation... 更多
Our hotel recommended this restaurant for lunch and they were bang on . We went on Saturday at 2pm and it was packed with local people virtually all standing and enjoying the most fantastic fish dishes . We had a selection of fried fish and a wonderful Paella plus 2 drinks for under €20 , great value for money .