19 Jun, 2012 @ 17:35
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Spanish chef Dani Garcia flying high

TOP Marbella chef Dani Garcia is to design the menus served to passengers flying business class with Iberia.

The double Michelin-starred food genius is one of four chefs being employed by the airline in a new initiative to bring the best of Spanish cuisine to its highest-paying customers.

Heavily inspired by Andalucian cuisine, Garcia’s menu will include raspberry gazpacho, peach salmorejo, Iberican pork cheeks, asparagus and greens in sherry sauce.

His restaurant Calima, in Marbella, received its second Michelin star last year, only the second such restaurant to win the accolade in Andalucia.

Wendy Williams

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  1. I wasn’t at all impressed with his Marbella restaurant. I’ve had far better tapas and raciones at local Spanish cafes out in the sticks. The only mouth watering aspect was the price.

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