Guests enter Casa Dani via a cosy lounge area with walnut parquet flooring, similar to what can be found in a typical Spanish villa.
One side of the room is dominated by a drinks bar with a countertop crafted from deep-green marble and a base clad in slender tiles of the same hue.
The other side of the room is panelled in stainless steel sheets, behind which lies the restaurant's 30-foot-long kitchen.
A band of glass running through the middle of the panels provides visitors with a direct view of the culinary theatrics that go into the preparation of each dish.
Guests must walk down a staircase with a leather-wrapped bannister to reach the vast dining room, where both the walls and floors are inlaid with terracotta tiles.
Paired with hanging plants, lantern-style lights and a smattering of olive trees, this creates the impression of being in one of the central open-air patios found in traditional Andalusian houses.
Billowing lace curtains separate the banks of leather-upholstered seating, adding to the airy, al fresco feel.
At the rear of the room, a towering fireplace is clad in glazed emerald-green tiles. Its rippling form is meant to echo the restaurant's ceiling, which is covered in a sequence of convex panels.
The photography is by Nikolas Koenig.