Tapas (How to Eat Spanish Food for Free in Granada)


On Friday night, we met up with our friend Fernando, a Granada local, to sample three different tapas restaurants. I heard that Granada was one of the only remaining Spanish cities that do not charge for tapas. The general idea is: order 1 drink and get 1 order of tapas. The value of the food, depends upon the bar that you go to. Not every spot is the same. Some will give you only pretzels and crackers. Others will have you stuffed after only two or three beers.  On this tour, my favorite food was the kebab from “Big Tapas.” The total cost after three stops was seven euros per person. For that I received: Three beers, stuffed chicken with french fries, a hamburger with french fries and a huge kebab. Watch the video if you want to get hungry and learn more.


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