With its heavy wood paneling, hanging clothesline, and bundles of flowers, the interior of Corrala del Carbón is charming recreation of an old-fashioned Andalusian farmhouse. For over 15 years, this restaurant has been serving dishes grilled to homely, well-seasoned perfection for a growing international clientele. Try the savory Iberian sirloin with port reduction, served with sweet plums and cinnamon; crispy oxtail croquettes on cassé tomato sauce with a hint of mint flavor; handcrafted, spicy gazpacho soup, a local cure for hot Granada summers; or the saffron-infused monkfish on potato confit. Corrala del Carbón also offers a separate tapas bar in the front of their restaurant, perfect for a quick bite on the way to the Catedral de Granada or Capilla Real de Granada.
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