Located inside the Al Qasr Hotel in the Madinat Jumeirah Resort, Al Hambra serves traditional Spanish fare, including tapas. The dining room reflects a blend of Arab and Spanish culture with an ornate domed ceiling, stained glass lanterns, and gossamer curtains. Diners can find a familiar selection of Spanish fare, and highlights include the paella with chicken and prawns, which is perfect for sharing, and the quail’s egg and Spanish omelette. Housemade sangrias serve as the perfect complement to meal selections.
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From Food & Wine , DEC 2005
Its top restaurant, Al Hambra, has vaulted ceilings and terra-cotta floors, a reference to the Moorish edifice in Andalucía from which the restaurant takes its name. Chef Alfonso de la Dehesa, a Ferran Adria protégé, trades El Bulli–style experimentation for slightly more traditional Spanish food. The best dishes include rack of lamb with foie-gras sauce, salted cod with crispy bread and a perfect paella....MORE