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Contemporary Spanish cooking with a decidedly North African accent is only half the attraction here. There are also great views (looking up) of the Alhambra, and a range of menu choices from inexpensive couscous to veal steaks with foie gras. Most plates are intended to be light and bright, and there are a number of salad entrees at lunch. The wine list includes some bargains on local white table wines as well as a great selection of bottles from some of Spain’s emerging wine regions, such as Jumilla.