Food and drink
It’s mainly innovative salads, tasty wraps, healthy kebabs and generously-filled pitas. My favourite is the abuela pita, which is overflowing with rocket, goats' cheese, caramelised onions and a lightly flavoured mustard dressing. Delicious. There's a good selection of local and imported beers too.
Shopping and souvenir bags, and briefcases and art portfolios line the pine benches in the windows as customers meet here for lots of upbeat, noisy chatter.
It can be a little slow at busy times, but the team, consisting mainly of students, are polite.
It's in a small alley way, around the corner from Plaza Mijeña, and just a minutes’ stroll from Calle Granada - one of the main shopping streets.
It's cheap and cheerful with main dishes costing around 8 euros. This is economic crisis-defying food.
- Backpackers / Students
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- No fuss
- Design and architecture