It was good news for Dani Garcia, one of the leading stars of the Marbella culinary scene, as he recently received his third Michelin star – just about the highest accolade in the restaurant business. The Ronda-born chef now has several excellent eateries in the area, but it is for his signature Dani Garcia restaurant within the Puente Romano resort hotel on the Golden Mile that he was awarded his third star. This in recognition not only of his skill as a chef but also of the fact that he has shown great leadership and innovation in using local ingredients and modernising traditional Andalusian recipes, and bringing them up to international gourmet levels.
The experience at the restaurant is therefore an authentic one, offering diners local taste discoveries presented with the highest international gastronomic standards. It is one of the reasons why the Golden Mile in particular has become an increasingly important fine dining destination, but Marbella as a whole is fast finding favour with foodies as well as golfers, sun lovers, socialites and those who wish to relax in style. The town is awash with first class dining opportunities that offer the cuisines of the world.
For Marbella, Dani Garcia’s success was also great news, as it confirms its standing as an important gastronomic destination with top-level restaurants and chefs that offer menus of excellence where you can discover, beautiful settings and the kind of service you would expect from Michelin-star establishments. Far more than just a glamorous sunny destination with beaches, golf and other facilities for year-round sport, relaxation and nightlife, Marbella and its surroundings also offer fine dining, shopping, culture and lots of nature and authentic Andalusian towns and villages to explore –making it a perfect place within Europe to visit, live or own a home for all the seasons.
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