Filigrana

Filigrana


Last week I visited a bar that opened two months ago in Granada, called Filigrana. Just after it opened I already visited it with the colleagues of my coworking. That first visit was a bit of a disappointment. Three weeks ago we gave it a second chance, a better experience.  It was a bit warm outside, so we wanted to go inside, but unfortunately we were right under an extreme cold  airco. But they turned if off right after asking for it. So last week I went again. Giving it one more try.
 
They have about eight tables and six bar stools inside, upstairs about six tables with some more comfortable chairs and outside they have another seven tables. They also have WiFi. You can ask for the password.
 
The staff of Filigrana in general is nice and rather quick while serving, but taking their time when it is time to pay. One waitress totally ignored me at the bar and the other went on with her social chit chat with, I guess, a regular customer.
The popular pop music is nice background music when it gets busier, but bit too loud in a quiet bar.
 
They have a variety of raciones (portions) you can order as well as some rolls (bocadillos). They also serve some deserts in the form of cakes.
They have a total of 15 different, nice wines, you can order by the glass, including two red ones from Granada and a white local wine.
 
The tapas they served me were meat in curry sauce and stir fried mushrooms with ham. The second one was served a bit cold. The first one had unexpected bones in the first piece of meat, but had the right temperature to eat. The bones in the second and third piece were more than obvious.
 
I like the decoration of the bar, but I guess the tapas have room for improvement.
 
Address: Plaza Isabel Católica 2
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