Where to Eat in the Alpujarras - Tipical Food and CuisineIn the the Alpujarras, stand out casseroles, stews and hot pots, made with pride and knowledge by those who know what good food and good wine is.
In Lanjaron the popular stews are the stew of fennels and remojon of orange (orange, sugar and oil); in Busquistar, rabbit stew (estofado de conejo); in Capileira, pot of chestnuts (potaje de castañas) and gypsy pot of potatoes (olla gitana de patatas) in Trevelez.
In Pampaneira, porridge (las gachas); in Mecina-Bombaron garlic porridge (las gachas de ajo 'quemao'); in Valor, the pickled partridge (la perdiz escabechada); in Rubite, roasted pig's head, etc.
The pork meat products are the most popular in the Alpujarras, such as sausages, black pudding, pork sausages and others. The ham, especially Jamon de Trevelez, is the most famous.
In the A1pujarras you can enjoy the curds and almond cakes and Ala-Ju 'Soplillos' of Arab origen.
The best vines are the vines that come from the North and the South-West of Granada.
Tropical Coast Cuisine The Costa Tropical cuisine based on ancient tradition, squid, blue fish marinades and sardines.
Cuisine of Granada Arabo-Andalusian cuisine: a pot of San Anton and the Sacromonte omelette, typical dishes from the Alpujarras, famous Trevelez ham.
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Page Updated: March 21, 2020
Opinions about Gastronomy of the Alpujarra
Traditional dishes, homemade foodWe tried typical food in Capileira: the baked steak and the Alpujarra’s dish. The restaurants of the Alpujarra offer traditional gastronomy, a homemade food and family treatment. Most of the dishes are made from meat, so Alpujarra is an ideal place for us. I think it would be difficult for a vegetarian to find something other than the Spanish omelet.