Thursday, July 16th, 2009
Malaga” is a gastronomic initiative being undertaken in the province of Malaga in which fourteen restaurants will be aiming to promote the haute cuisine available in this part of Spain, and encouraging greater creativity among the participating restaurants.
Many of the participating establishments have received international praise for their menus, yet remain relatively unknown to the local population. To encourage people to try a new level of cooking, special menus including three different tapas, a fish course, a meat course and a dessert have been set at just 45 euros per head. The menus have also been created to reflect the individual styles of the chefs in each restaurant.
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