Breakfast is served on the patio or in cooler months, around the communal dining table. The emphasis is on good quality local and home made produce and includes orange Juice, local mollettes, homemade granola, fresh fruits, yoghurt, eggs, serrano ham, cheeses, local olive oil and fresh coffee.
The favourites on the menu are fresh yogurt with homemade granola and fresh seasonal fruit and berries and the delicious Almohalla 51 Shakshuka! Porridge topped with chopped oranges, homemade granola, nuts and honey is also a big hit with groups of walkers and cyclists.
Whilst there is no formal restaurant at Almohalla 51, for those days that you don’t fancy dinner in town, we can provide meals on request. Using locally sourced ingredients the menu is created to order, and include Spanish and continental cuisine, all of which are served either on the terrace in warmer months or in the stunning dining room with a roaring fire lit in winter months. Smaller plates and Tapas boards are also available.
There are many superb restaurants just a few minutes away in the town, particularly in the historic octagonal square, serving traditional, high quality Andalusian cuisine. And if you don’t fancy a full meal, tapas and local speciality beers, wine, cava, dulce and sherries are always available in the local cafes.