Love Is In The Air: 5 Romantic Restaurants in Granada

With its Andalusian passion and Moorish beauty, Granada is the perfect setting for any love story.

You’ll undoubtedly feel like you’re in your very own fairy tale as you discover Granada with your special someone. Make your way hand-in-hand through the city’s charming cobblestone streets and even the undeniably stunning Alhambra itself. You’ll probably work up an appetite while exploring, so keep the romance alive at one of the most romantic restaurants in Granada! Here are our top five picks for places that combine culture, food and amor into an unforgettable experience.

Want an unforgettable date night? These top romantic restaurants in Granada are the perfect setting for any love story!

1. Carmen El Agua

No food says romance like fondue! Indeed, that’s the specialty at Carmen El Agua. Located in the charming Albayzín district, you and your date can enjoy their famous melted cheese and chocolate from a stunning terrace with views of the Alhambra. It’s no wonder why this is obviously a top date spot among granadinos!

Address: Placeta del Aljibe de Trillo, 7

Enjoy sinfully decadent fondue at Carmen el Agua, one of the most romantic restaurants in Granada.
Views of the Alhambra, fondue and that special someone. Carmen el Agua has it all for a romantic night in the Albayzín! Photo credit: Carmen El Agua

2. Camaura

Enjoy a relaxing date night in the peaceful Andalusian countryside! Camaura is located 10 minutes away from Granada in La Vega. Nonetheless, its lovely terrace makes it a perfect choice for a romantic escape on a summer night. As for food, it offers modern cuisine that is priced fairly. We recommend the secreto ibérico!

Address: Camino de Purchil, 42

Enjoy the secreto ibérico at Camaura, one of the most romantic restaurants in Granada!
Secreto ibérico gets its name from the fact that it’s a “secret” cut of Iberian pork!

3. Yesterday

An Italian restaurant like Yesterday often makes for a popular date spot in Spain. It’s easy to see why this local favorite—which is a dead ringer for the iconic Italian restaurant in Lady and the Tramp—is one of the most romantic restaurants in Granada! This small, family-run establishment offers both Spanish and Italian cuisine, so it’s perfect for sampling the flavors of the Mediterranean. Savor the best of both worlds with the solomillo al curry (pork sirloin with curry sauce) with a side of spaghetti!

Address: Paseo del Violón, 11

4. El Trasgú

Experience the flavors of northern Spain without leaving Granada! El Trasgú is famous among locals for its traditional food from the Spanish region of Asturias. While we love their cachopo (fried veal fillets filled with ham and cheese—an Asturian classic!), it also offers a wide range of vegetarian dishes. Best of all, you can enjoy your meal while taking in the restaurant’s stunning views!

Address: Calle del Campo del Príncipe, 12

El Trasgú is one of the most romantic restaurants in Granada and home to delicious Asturian cuisine—and the region's famous cider!
El Trasgú is a great place to try Asturias’s famous cider! Can you pour it like a pro? Try it out with your date!

5. La Casona

One of the most romantic restaurants in Granada has an interesting past. La Casona is housed in an old mansion at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains! Aside from a beautiful setting, it puts a modern twist on traditional Spanish delicacies. During the summer, be sure to stick around after dinner to enjoy some drinks on the beautiful terrace!

Address: Carretera de la Sierra, 152

La Casona is undoubtably one of the most romantic restaurants in Granada!
There’s no place like Granada for enjoying a romantic meal!

You’ve eaten at the most romantic restaurants in Granada, now take date night to the next level! Our Evening Tapas & Flamenco Tour is the perfect way to experience the city’s famous passion with that special someone. Taste some of the city’s most iconic flavors and enjoy an intimate experience at one of Granada’s most acclaimed flamenco shows. Get ready for a night of romance!

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