Looking for info on Moorish-influenced Andalusian cuisine
I'm interested in Southern Spanish cuisine, specifically food from the Andalusian region on the Iberian Peninsula. Andalusian food has been heavily influenced by centuries of Moorish heritage, and I'd like to sample them locally as I'm tired of the simple equation of "Spanish food = tapas".
I see there's one restaurant, Gitane in SF, that boasts "inspiration" from Andalusia, as well as Duende in Oakland that has Iberian-Californian roots, but does anyone know of any other restaurants in SF/Bay Area that fits this cuisine description? I'm open to restaurants or specific dishes within the Spanish/Moroccan range of cuisines, but don't care for strictly Spanish/Basque or Moroccan/Turkish-type Mediterranean restaurants.
Any input is welcome, especially from those who lived in Southern Spain for an extended period of time, or those who are culturally knowledgeable on the region. Alternatively, any cookbooks/websites that highlight Moorish influences on Andalusian cuisine is welcome too.
Please let me know!