Jardines De Zoraya

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  • Address: Calle de Panaderos del Albaycín, 32 18010 Granada, Spain
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free

Jardines De Zoraya - Review

Jardines de Zoraya is a popular restaurant in Granada where you can enjoy traditional Mediterranean style food and live Flamenco shows throughout the week.

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  • Jardines De Zoraya Address: Calle de Panaderos del Albaycín, 32 18010 Granada, Spain
  • Jardines De Zoraya Timing: 24-hrs
  • Jardines De Zoraya Price: Free
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Things to Know Before Visiting Jardines De Zoraya

  • 0.27% of people who visit Granada include Jardines De Zoraya in their plan

  • 66.67% of people start their Jardines De Zoraya visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Jardines De Zoraya

Thursday, Friday and Sunday

95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Jardines De Zoraya

People normally also visit Basilica De San Juan De Dios while planning their trip to Jardines De Zoraya.

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Jardines De Zoraya, Granada Reviews

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  • Of all the places we ate at while in Granada, this one was my favorite. We went there at an odd time, 4pm but they still accommodated us. We sat outside and the sitting arrangement is very nicely done between plants. We ordered a lot of food and everything was delicious except a sandwich. We ordered : 1) an appetizer which had pumpkin and cheese. It was very good. There is a picture attached. 2) Lamb served with potatoes cooked with tomatoes. Excellent. 3) Another appetizer which was a cube of cheese that was fried and served with some raspberry jam. This was decent but heavy. 4) The thing that deserves the most accolades is their dessert called Mango Pannacotta (picture attached). Five stars, even more. We sat there for at least 2 hours just because the ambience was great. There was no one in the restaurant at that time. Their plates are so pretty and ornate. I asked the waiter and he told us that they specially get their plates from a different region in Spain.

  • The food was okay. Nothing spectacular. Ordered the salmon and the hamburger. The burger was a very large portion so that was a real great value however the burger came with goat cheese and the general consensus in the group was that, that was not a great combo. Also since the patty was large and I like my burger well done, it was difficult to get it all cooked without burning it. The salmon was good. The service was great no complaints, very friendly. Food order was accurate. The fries that we had ordered were also excellent.

  • The food was OK, not amazing and a bit over priced, specially compared to other places in the city... (12€ for a tomato salad...) but the strawberry gazpacho was really great and special! Also the service was very good, the women working there made the experience definitely nicer, specially compared to other restaurants in the city... But what we recommend the most is the flamenco show after the dinner... WOW!!! We saw the dancers leave their souls in the tables, it was an amazing experience, music and dance, amazing! It was totally worth it and we were so happy to have decided to go there!

  • A very nice restaurant with a huge garden in the back. Strangely Google doesn't list this place as one with "outdoor seating", but trust me, it's very nice.

  • This place is a hidden gem in Granada! The food is excellent, fresh and creative. Had a great time there.

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