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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,...

Is bar-hopping in San Sebastian as good as its three Michelin star restaurants?

THE idea was as intriguing as it was exciting: To compare one of San Sebastian’s famous three Michelin-starred restaurants with its world-famous tapas district.A...

High table – Ronda has mountains of top restaurants

FEW places in Andalucia have it all when it comes to food.The Serrania de Ronda however has the lot, whether you are after tasty...

EXCLUSIVE: Olive Press exposes Spanish expat firm caught out selling fake reviews on TripAdvisor

An Olive Press investigation has unearthed companies offering packages of 50 glowing reviews for just €400 to boost restaurant rankings

Surf and turf – exciting mix of restaurants on the Costa de la Luz

THERE is something about the province of Cadiz that brings out the best in restaurateurs.A combination of style, creativity and, above all, positive vibes...

Pollensa offers one of the best ranges of restaurants on the island

FEW corners of Mallorca offer such a good range of quality places to eat.As well as a couple of Michelin-star joints, there are plenty...

Taste on a high – Mijas is fast developing a vibrant and exciting restaurant scene

Mijas is fast developing a vibrant and exciting restaurant scene both in the village and coast, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

The dirty (two) dozen- Restaurants closed from health violations

NEARLY two dozen restaurants were closed over hygiene standards in Mallorca last year.Another two were temporarily shut, while 125 received fines of up to...

Those in the know are swapping Marbella for San Pedro when it comes to dining, writes Jon Clarke

Everything from Italian to Argentine, and Japanese to French, all nationalities are represented in this pavement tussle.

Grand cru Andaluz as leading Marbella restaurant Casanis opens a new joint

The hippest restaurant group in Marbella has grown again with La Tapa, writes Jon Clarke

The real stars!

Marbella is the true foodie capital of Andalucia, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

It’s cooking

C’an Pastilla is starting to see a culinary revolution, writes food critic Jon Clarke

Three Spanish restaurants feature in annual world’s top ten list

Girona’s El Cellar de Can Roca comes third on a list of the top ten restaurants in the world. Another two claimed sixth and ninth position respectively.

Three Michelin Star chef Francis Paniego challenges foreign cooks to invent new Spanish fusion cuisine

Three Michelin Star-ranked Francis Paniego of Echaurren in Ezcaray (La Rioja) wants cooks abroad to put their own twist on traditional recipes to invent new fusion cuisines

Dining Secrets of Andalucia’s not so secret supporters

Revamped Dining Secrets of Andalucia gets the backing of top chefs and restaurateurs from around the world and region

More British travellers choosing ‘gastro-holiday’

Food is an increasingly important factor

Estepona’s fast-growing restaurant scene

Estepona has a great mix of places to eat, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

Mijas’ foodie revolution

Mijas and, in particular, La Cala is developing an exciting restaurant scene, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

Manilva munchies… where to eat

There is a host of good places to eat if you have the knowledge, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

Spanish hearing charity launch ‘dine quietly’ campaign

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

Sherry good in Jerez

Jerez has finally got a range of top class places to eat, writes Jon Clarke

San Pedro on fire in the food stakes

San Pedro is becoming one of the key dining references on the Costa del Sol, writes Jon Clarke

Sherry makes a comeback in Jerez

Jerez’s most famous export is stepping back into the light after a decade in the dark

Where to eat in Fuengirola

Jon Clarke tries out everything from Fish Alley to fancy fish in Fuengirola

Where to eat in Marbella this summer

Marbella is Andalucia’s true dining capital, writes Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke

Where to eat: In Benalmadena and Torremolinos

Benalmadena and Torremolinos have finally got a dining scene of which to be proud
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