Lonely Planet review
Still a frequent award winner 15 years after it launched, Moro serves Moorish cuisine, a fusion of Spanish, Portuguese and Moroccan flavours. The restaurant is always full and buzzing, and the food is divine. Reservations are essential but you can often turn up without a booking and perch at the bar from some tapas, wine and desserts.
Its constantly evolving menu has delicacies such as charcoal grilled sea bass with sprouting broccoli, Seville orange sauce and wrinkled potatoes or grilled lamb chops with pistachio and orange zest pilav. Try the rose-water and cardamom ice cream for a taste of brilliance.