Stopped here on the recommendation of our hotel, and we were NOT disappointed. This is not "Spanish" food, per se, but rather "Andaluz" cuisine; they only serve items that could've been made locally before 1492. Began with some sherry and mixed nuts/fruits in the dark and incensed smoking lounge. At our own pace, we asked to enter the main dining room, which is a brick-lined cavern cut into the side of the cliff-face. Fried cheeses with fig spread, sesame duck breast with honey and dates and pistachios...it was all sublime. The owners' kitten, Zoraya, spent most of the meal in my lap, alternately napping and trying to steal my duck. The house wine is a weak homemade blush...perfect for not overpowering the flavors of the food. Very fruity and juice-like.