By Christopher A. Pape
In the realm of fine dining, the three major cuisines of French, Italian and Japanese have reigned supreme. Until recently, no one would have spent a moment’s notice on the cooking of the Iberian Peninsula, thinking it too crude and too rustic for serious consideration. But there has been a dramatic and penetrating Renaissance. La Fonda del Sol, tucked away in a corner of Grand Central Station is leading the charge in recognition and praise of Spanish cooking.