This elegant restaurant, nestled pretty on the ground floor of Al Qasr, prides itself on authenticity. Thankfully, it delivers. Make sure to book a table outside (if weather permits) where diners will be serenaded by some of the best Spanish singers we’ve heard in the city, with views of the Burj Al Arab and palm trees creating an intimate setting. The menu is dominated by tapas and paella, with a few grilled mains as an alternative, all of which will likely exceed expectations – meat is tender, seafood above par, flavours abound and the portions large enough to satisfy. Oh and don’t even think of skipping the Sangria – just one sip and you’ll aready be planning your next visit down.