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News | Dec 05 2019

Dani García Commits to Internationalizing Spanish Cuisine

The chef closed his 3 Michelin star restaurant and plans to open 8 to 10 casual dining restaurants serving Spanish food around the world by 2020

Spanish chef Dani García is fully committed to growing his empire, and he has some pretty ambitious objectives. He announced his future plans at the San Sebastián Gastronomika conference. García will be leave behind the world of haute cuisine, where he has been a fixture and leading figure for over two decades, and expand his brand around the world with plans to open between 8 and 10 casual dining restaurants.

On October 22nd, he closed his eponymous restaurant, which beared three Michelin stars, at Puente Romano Hotel in Marbella, and began his crusade to open informal restaurants with excellent value for money.

His reason for this major change is that, this way, he can “contribute more to Spanish cuisine around the world and feed more people,” using products from Spain and helping internationalize Spanish gastronomy, according to lavanguardia.com.

His other, less high-end restaurants, Lobito de Mar and BiBo, will continue to run, and his first focus outside Spain is in Doha, Qatar, where he will develop an exclusive brand for the Four Seasons hotel chain.


Spanish Chef Dani García

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