Classic Andalusian plates decorate the ceiling and Moorish tiles prettify the casual bar area, while flamenco music radiates throughout. If the view of the Creek doesn't blow you away the Spanish fare will. With an extensive, traditional menu featuring classic Catalan and Andalusian dishes, Spanish cheeses, cold cuts (with pork), a good selection of mouth-watering desserts and a well-sourced wine list to match. The warm atmosphere is complimented by a friendly, efficient team, with the head chef hailing from Barcelona. If you fancy taking the night further, head up to Cielo (the restaurant's sky lounge) to prolong the fun… (Mention this to your waiter and he/she will aid you for the smoothest transition on busy nights.) CP Tip: Don't forget to try the sangria (cava, red or white, we're still not sure which one's our favourite)… The salt baked sea bass is a must and if you're a fan of squid ink, the fideua (with baby squid, prawns, cuttle fish and black angel hair pasta) is excellent.
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