Egaña Oriza (Seville; tel. 95-422-72-11): In a restored mansion near the Murillo Gardens, Seville's best and most fashionable restaurant serves a savory mix of Basque and international specialties. Many of the ingredients, notably the wild game, originate in Andalusia. Try the woodcock flamed in Spanish brandy.
Bodegas Campos (Córdoba; tel. 95-749-75-00): Not particularly elegant or grand, this restaurant still serves the best Spanish and Andalusian food in Córdoba. Going strong since 1908, Bodegas Campos uses market-fresh ingredients to concoct the tastiest food in town.
Los Santanderinos (Granada; tel. 95-812-83-35): In the newer part of Granada, this wonderful dining choice serves a fine mixture of Spanish and Andalusian dishes within the city proper. Chef Jesús Diego Díaz is a media darling of the Spanish gastronomic press, and his tapas are among the tastiest in Granada.
La Meridiana (Marbella; tel. 95-277-61-90): Sophisticated and fashionable, this swank restaurant in a romantic setting with a garden terrace pleases the most discerning palates of the Costa del Sol. With top-rate service, the chefs turn out the best Italian and international cuisine in Marbella and beyond. All those high-end favorites -- foie gras, Beluga caviar, freshly caught lobster -- are routinely dished up here.
Tragabuches (Ronda; tel. 95-219-02-91): High in the mountains, Daniel García's impeccably sharp and refined restaurant turns out modern Spanish and Andalusian cuisine with sublime flavors from his inventive menu.
El Ventorillo del Chato (Cádiz; tel. 95-625-00-25): In the ancient port city of Cádiz, this Andalusian restaurant's origins date to 1780. But on the culinary front, it's outpaced the times, turning out a virtual celebration of time-tested regional dishes. For added flavor, flamenco shows are also presented.
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