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Ruta del Azafrán information
One of the few high-concept restaurants in Granada, this sleek spot with its steely-modern interior has an eclectic menu which ranges from Asian-inspired tempuras to broccoli-based pesto, lamb couscous and roasted pork. The terrace outside on the Río Darro is a great place for a snack, but you’ll get better service inside.