Moroccan in Granada

The Albayzín quarter is the place to sample Moroccan food, and this well-known restaurant has a reputation as one of the neighbourhood's best. Ceramic tiles, ornate latticework arches and crimson seats set the stage for classic North African staples such as bisara soup, made with split beans, rich, fruity tagine casseroles, and flaky pastelas (stuffed pastries). Note that alcohol isn't served.