For another foray into international cuisine, next-door Spain is well represented by the Quayside district restaurant El Asador, on Quai de la Monnaie. The feel is very Andalusian courtyard, with orange trees, jasmine, fountains, and so on, and the bill of fare features the likes of black-rice paella with squid, potato omelet, suckling pig, and a range of cured hams. There's a good Spanish winelist and even an olive oil list!
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