Bistro Estrada is the ‘a la mode’ space of the city of Granada. Located in the historical center of the city, two steps from the Plaza de los Leones and one step from the San Francisco Convent, you will find a place out of the ordinary. With a totally restored colonial environment you will be able to choose from the comfort of the air-conditioned dining room or the view of the beautiful patio, enjoying one of the gourmet delights of the house. The food at Bistro Estrada, defined as international gourmet, has been created specially by our specialized culinary team. In addition to the out of the ordinary culinary experience, the professional personnel will suggest enjoying exquisite wines, quality cocktails, and all other types of national or foreign drinks. In a short time Bistro Estrada has become “the place to be” in Granada!

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Our Chef's Column)
INTERVIEW: Chef Freddy Corea and Owner Pascal Picot Since opening Bistro Estrada has grown with the passion and enthusiasm of our culinary team. After nearly three years Chef Freddy Corea and Owner Pascal Picot sit down to tell us about the journey of Bistro Estrada, its future and gastronomy in Nicaragua.

Cooking with the Chef! The third class will cover the uses of milk in the kitchen with a few great recipes to follow!
Special of the Week
Plato fuerte: Pollo al gratín en salsa bearnesa acompañado de puré de papas y vegetales
Ensalada: Seasonal Salad
Postre: Coconut/Coffee Flan
Cost: US$ 10.44

Always delicious and at an unbeatable price!! $12.00 Taxes Included


Bistro Estrada’s First Anniversary and Soft-Opening of Hotel Estrada
The first anniversary of Bistro Estrada and pre-opening of Hotel Estrada was celebrated this past Friday, May 24th. Our friends and clients joined us for the event with Bistro Estrada’s exquisite flavor and fine attention. The guests enjoyed the gastronomy, wine, and music that characterize the Bistro.

The talented Eduardo Araica and Staccatos filled the night with Latin jazz music and the Granadino tradition was relived with a presentation of “Atabal”.

Thanks to everyone who shared with us this special day!