Create the dishes served in Malaga’s finest restaurants
Cook the best Malaga cuisine in your own kitchen with real recipes on the menu at Malaga’s finest restaurants.
Malaga Fine Wining & Dining includes recipes for dishes served at Restaurante José Carlos García, Sollo, Café de París, Araboka, La Antxoeta, Alexso, El Pimpi, Aire Gastrobar, Los Patios de Beatas and Uvedoble.
Malaga Fine Wining & Dining has been compiled by the Guide to Malaga team, led by Joanna Styles, a highly-experienced travel writer and creator of Guide to Malaga. The recipes come from Malaga’s best chefs – two have Michelin stars – and all offer excellent cuisine, service and value for money.
“ Congratulations Joanna, it looks so beautiful and so well designed too. As a chef I never stop learning and love the seasonal chapters and wine advice too.”
Neven Maguire, Chef proprietor of MacNean House and Neven Maguire Cookery School
“There are some cracking recipes in it and they all look surprisingly simple to prepare with really impressive end results – but no never-ending lists of ingredients or complicated techniques. I am a big fan of the Uvedoble gastrobar and will definitely be giving their pil-pil prawns mini kebab a whirl. I’ve been going to the labyrinthine El Pimpi for decades and was thrilled to have their recipe for salmorejo. The gazpacho with roast peach and cured crayfish from the Aire gastrobar sounds delicious too – I would never have thought of that combination myself but it’s an easy recipe and looks very fancy. Reading this book has made me want to return to Malaga as soon as possible but meanwhile I am going to get into that happy Mediterranean groove by having a go at the recipes.”
Annie Bennett, Madrid and Spain expert for the Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
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Create the taste of Malaga in your own kitchen with Malaga Fine Wining & Dining.
“The city of Malaga is somewhere I love to travel to eat well. This great little cookbook shares the recipes of some of my favourite haunts and I’m delighted to get my hands on them to attempt to make in my own kitchen. One thing for sure is that it’s unlikely they would have shared these recipes if I’d asked! So, thank you Guide to Malaga. Highly recommended for any foodie dreaming about delicious Malaga.”
Annie B, Vejer de la Frontera, Cadiz
The cookbook has been compiled by Joanna Styles, an experienced travel writer and creator of the Guide to Malaga website.
More importantly, she is passionate about Malaga, a city she has lived in for 5 years and visited regularly for 30. Since September 2015, Joanna has been writing about Malaga and helping tourists experience the very best of the city. Guide to Malaga has over 400 pages of information including a very popular What to Eat section. The site welcomes over 25,000 visitors a month.