4 C/ Calderería Nueva, Granada, Spain
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Kasbah Teteria Granada Reviews
Great old Moorish tea room in the heart of Albaicin! Feb 19, 2007
Enjoy a relaxing hour or two for tea, lunch or dinner after walking around the Albaicin by enjoying Granada's famous tea rooms!
Kasbah Tereria is decorated in Morroccan/North African design, with arches from the old Moorish influences and traditions, made comfortable with silk embroidered pillows and nooks, and a cool basement area. This small, intimate, candlelit tea room has an extensive tea selections from all over the world but a rather small but delicious food menu.
Dishes here include couscous with lamb, chicken, and vegetables, as well as desserts selection of cookies, cakes, and pastries. They also have a selection of hookah (also called shisha) flavors.
I ordered a lunch special menu wherein I had a salad, soup, and an entree lamb with vegetables, only for 9€! My sister and other friends ordered some appetizers, mimosas, chicken and lamb with couscous, and some vegetable side dishes. Each of us ordered different types of teas from their wide selection of teas. Each tea costs no more than 3€, with servings good for 2 people. Between the four of us, we paid less than 35€ for everything (including the 3 entrees, 2 appetiers, 4 teas, and the lunch special menu that I ordered.)
The service is a bit on the slow side but we were in Spain and we weren't in a rush. We enjoyed sitting by the window, watching people pass by the narrow street, taking our sweet time as we sipped our tea.
Tip: They also have live music and belly-dancing night during the week/weekend so call and inquire!
Part of the Spanish Jaunt 2007 travel blog
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