We arrived in the city at lunchtime on a Saturday and this restaurant was the first we could find that had spare tables. It soon became apparent why.
As we sat down, the waiter approached and we tried to order some drinks. He told us in no uncertain terms that this wasn't possible and that we should go elsewhere if we just wanted drinks. I asked him if they were doing food and his reply was a curt "yes, of course we do". I told him we wanted food and drinks but that we wanted drinks first. He grunted and took our drinks order. No apology from him for his presumptions ignorance. Had there been other restaurants with free tables nearby we would have left at this point, but unfortunately there weren't.
We placed an order for two dishes: a plate of cheese slices and a plate of sliced tomatoes with a sprinkling of tuna. Each dish was listed at a hefty €9.50 each, but hey, these are city prices and we were tired and hungry.
The bill arrived and we were actually charged €10.50 for each dish. When I queried this with the same arrogant waiter, he grunted "if you read the small print on the menu, we charge one euro extra per dish for bringing the food out to you". I took our change, left no tip and told them they were ripping people off.
Not a good introduction or advert for Granada tourism. Avoid this place.
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