Costa chef makes a meal of it with third Michelin star

MICHELIN STARS: Marbella's Dani Garcia. Photo credits:

MARBELLA’S Dani Garcia has scooped a third Michelin star in a glittering award ceremony for the Michelin Guide 2019 in Portugal last night (Wednesday).

With his third Michelin star for his restaurant in the Hotel Puente Romano Beach Resort and Spa, Dani García has positioned himself as one of the top chefs in Spain.
A creative chef who never stops with almost 20 years of experience in the kitchen, his cooking is global and cosmopolitan, feeding off a multitude of influences: from his Andalucian roots, his experiences travelling around the world and from the cultures that he continues to discover, and from all his years of learning.
Garcia was trained at the Malaga’s “La Cónsula” catering school and in 1996 he started his career under the wing of Martín Berasategui, who he claims to share the “chef’s DNA” with.
Dani developed a cooking style filled with intention, youth and colour during his time at Tragabuches in Ronda between 1998-2004, where he was awarded his first Michelin star when he was only 25-years-old.
Then at Calima (2005-2013) he matured as a chef, perfecting his techniques and becoming the first chef in Andalucia with two Michelin stars.
Lats night, in Portugal, he received his third Michelin star for the Dani García Restaurant.
A total of 22 Michelin stars have been awarded to restaurants in the Andalacia in the south of Spain.

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