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 Dani García (Marbella, 1976) studied at the La Cónsula Hospitality School in Málaga and was another of the apprentices of Martín Berasategui who were quick to become leading stars on the Spanish culinary scene. Today, together with José Carlos García (El Café de París in Málaga) and Ángel León...
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 The career of Ferran Adrià (1962, L'Hospitalet, Barcelona) is necessarily linked to that of elBulli, the restaurant he joined in 1983 when, under the management of Juli Soler, it boasted two Michelin stars. The restaurant had been named after the pet bulldog owned by the initial owners, the...
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 There's much more than a chef behind El Celler de Can Roca restaurant (in Girona, Catalonia). This thriving family business started life as a restaurant serving simple meals, and decades later it has become one of Spain's best restaurants, garnering praise from critics and diners alike.One of El...
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Zamora, a town in the region of Castile-León (north-west Spain) with one of the largest and best-preserved medieval districts in Spain, is famed for its traditional gastronomy. Hardly the sort of place where you would expect to come across the culinary avant-garde. But chef Antonio Jesús González...
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   Martín Berasategui (Donostia-San Sebastián, 1960) is one of the standard-bearers of Spanish avant-garde cuisine and, hardly surprisingly, the one and only chef in Spain who owns two restaurants in Spain with three Michelin stars, one in the Basque Country and the other one in Barcelona. As a...
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