Eating in Granada allows you to discover firsthand its regional gastronomy. Consequently, in order to make the most of your stay there, you should know which are our typical dishes.
Taking a typical food tour and eating some tapas in Granada may be one of the best possible options if you do not have time enough to plan your trip thoroughly.
Not only you can try all kinds of gems from Spanish cuisine, but you can also get the opportunity to learn how to make some classics such as different types of tapas, Paella or Gazpacho
The Plato Alpujarreño is typical from the Alpujarra region, which has an area belonging to Granada and another to Almería. This dish is elaborated grilling some of the most representative local products (morcilla, lomo, longaniza, eggs, potatoes, and serrano ham) and serving them together.
Habas con Jamón is one of the most traditional dishes from Granada. It is best to try it in spring as the beans will be in season, which will make this bite even tastier.
The Pipirrana is a salad whose ingredients are tomatoes, green peppers, onions, and cucumber cut into small pieces and marinated with salt and olive oil.