15 Nov, 2014 @ 08:30
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Gordon Ramsay approved Granada Divino restaurant in Gaucin brings in new menu

THE restaurant made famous by Gordon Ramsay has made a few changes for autumn.

La Granada Divino – in Gaucin – has launched its new autumn menu del dia, all Ramsay-approved.

Chef Neil Brown’s menu offers a two-or-three course option, with dishes such as home-made pork terrine with plum compote and pan-fried sea bream fillet with crushed potatoes, spinach and roasted pepper sauce.

The restaurant was ‘fixed up’ by Ramsay for his Channel 4 show, Ramsay’s Costa del Nightmares.

Jacqueline Fanchini (Reporter)

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1 Comment

  1. we went to this restaurant a little while ago after watching the programme and I have to say the food was fantastic.

    We also assumed, because we were given a choice of two or three starters and main courses verbally with no menu or prices that we were having the menu del dia. (It was 2 pm). I was therefore very very shocked when we were presented with a bill for €160 plus still for the 4 of us. The was not much alcohol consumed

    So be very careful

    But the food and service was exemplary.

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