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Waitress in Spain’s A Coruña finds €4,000 pearl in plate of clams

NATALIA Freire had a ‘huge craving’ for a plate of clams when she went out to eat with her boyfriend. That hankering proved to...

Ready to celebrate: Wagamama and Las Iguanas in Gibraltar’s Ocean Village offer a taste of Christmas with a difference

AS Christmas approaches, Ocean Village Marina in Gibraltar is the perfect place to head for an international festive celebration. Two of its most popular spots...

Two restaurants in Spain get first-ever coveted ‘three star’ Michelin award

TWO restaurants in Spain have been upgraded to a maximum 'three star' Michelin status in the organisation's 2023 guide for Spain and Portugal. It brings...

Restaurants in Mallorca cook up plan to stop ‘no show’ customers

Restaurants in Mallorca have cooked up a plan to stop ‘no shows’ wasting their time and money.  Restaurant owners on the popular tourist island could...

Tourist app for Spain’s Alicante area reaches landmark of over 100,000 downloads

A multi-lingual Alicante City tourist app has notched up over 100,000 downloads since being launched in May last year. The Passporter app allows easy access...

Indian Spice and Lemon Grass: Exotic fine dining in Benahavis in the hills above Spain’s Costa del Sol

The picturesque Andalucian mountain village of Benahavis, with its charming winding streets and Moorish past, has long been known as 'La sarten' (frying-pan). It is...

EXPLAINED: Why bars and restaurants in places like Benidorm on Spain’s Costa Blanca desperately need to stay open until...

THE Conhostor hospitality association has called for a two-hour extension on bar and restaurant hours in the Valencian Community to start from Monday(May 10). That's...

Mao brings a touch of class to Chinese cuisine on the Costa del Sol in Spain

HAD enough of insipid sweet and sour and unimaginative fried rice? Well now there is an alternative on the Costa del Sol. I popped along...

El Oceano…paradise is closer than you think!

THE fabulous El Oceano is delighted to announce that it is now open for the 2021 season! After a challenging year to say the least...

There is more than just good fish restaurants in the seaside resort of Manilva

EVER since I took a photo of giant octopus’ drying on a line at one of my favourite secret chiringuitos a few years ago,...

Malaga restaurant named 10th best in Spain as Andalucia dominates top 100

Malaga has six eateries in Spain’s top 100, according to ElTenedor

Boathouse team launch opulent new container bar in Mallorca’s port

“COME for a drink, stay for the food!” enthuses Deborah McKay. Deborah is the part-owner at Palma’s latest sophisticated and stylish place to be seen,...

Perfect ten: Mallorca remains a foodie paradise

MALLORCAN restaurants have held on to their ten Michelin stars. Chef Fernando Pérez Arellano's Zaranda in Es Capdellá continues to be the island’s only two...

Why Casino Barcelona is best in Europe

The summer might be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t still an opportunity to get away from it all...

The joys of eating out in Andalucia

Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke on the best of outdoor dining

Spanish hearing charity launch ‘dine quietly’ campaign

Hearing impairment charity Oir es Clave are fighting back against noisy eaters.

Grand re-launch for romantic Ronda getaway

Hotel Molino del Puente is back after a winter refurbishment

Where to eat in the Serrania de Ronda

The Serrania de Ronda offers up a wide variety of dining options

Madrid restaurant named best ‘secret’ eatery in the world

The hidden gem has some killer views

Restaurant review: Petit Bistro, Tarifa

One large dollop of classy French cooking has been added to Tarifa’s competitive dining scene

Where to eat in Vejer de la Frontera

Vejer de la Frontera has slowly carved itself into Cadiz province’s main culinary capital, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

Half the diners at elBulli, part II, will eat for free

Ferran Adria discusses new restaurant venture, due to open 2016

Madrid: Food Capital of Spain 2014?

A culinary revolution is gripping Madrid, a city once known for its roast suckling pig and little else. Olive Press editor Jon Clarke went to investigate, meeting the city's hottest new three-Michelin star chef David Munoz (pictured) in the process

Taking a stroll – and quite a few lunches – around one of Andalucia’s best kept secrets

All the best things to add to the to-do list in Alpandeire and the Genal Valley

Eating out doesn’t Costa lot

Dining out just got cheaper making Spain the cheapest European holiday destination for Brits once again

Spain goes à la cart

Spain's top chefs embrace horse meat for gourmet dining as sales rise nationally





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