A Marbella restaurant among the winners with two Michelin stars.

 

The Cantabrian restaurant Cenador de Amos has been the only one in Spain and Portugal to get 3 Michelin stars. And, despite the fact that Dani García’s Marbella restaurant has lost the third Michelin star due to new business orientation, we are very happy that the prize has remained in Spanish territory.

Jesús Sánchez, creator of Cenador de Amós together with his wife Marian Martínez, have managed to get the inspectors to notice them to the point of granting them the third Michelin star.

On the other hand, we cannot fail to recognize how proud we are of Andalusia, since it has been recognized as what it is, a place of excellent gastronomy. Best of all, we have not won a single prize, there have been three.

One of the two Michelin-starred restaurants is here in Marbella. The lucky one is the Skina restaurant. From the beginning this restaurant is clear that since the customer enters through the door, he has to make him feel important, since it is the most valuable thing he has. It makes your experience unique, enjoying an exquisite meal of great quality, exclusive wines and a service that is attentive to the last detail, making your meal an unforgettable experience.

Other Andalusian restaurants that have been awarded two Michelin stars have been for the Bardal de Ronda restaurant and for Noor, another Cordovan restaurant. The restaurant Dama Juana de Jaén and Mantúa de Jerez de la Frontera have also been awarded a Michelin star.

On the other hand, other Spanish restaurants that have also won two Michelin star awards have been Angle, by Jordi Cruz, in Barcelona and El Poblet, by Quique Dacosta, in Valencia.

Finally, the Michelin star awards have been widely distributed in Spain, the following restaurants being:

La Aquarela (Patalavaca, Gran Canaria), Aürt (Barcelona) Cinc Sentits (Barcelona), Ola Martín Berasategui (Bilbao) Voro (Canyamel, Mallorca), Magoga (Cartagena), La Biblioteca (Pamplona), 99 K Sushi Bar (Madrid) , Gofio (Madrid), Los Guayres (Mogán, Gran Canaria), Arzuaga Workshop (Quintanilla de Onesimo, Valladolid), Es Tragón (San Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza), Delirante (Salou, Tarragona), Iván Cerdeño (Toledo), Retama (Torrenueva, Ciudad Real), La Salita (Valencia), Tula (Jávea, Alicante).