The latest edition of the Michelin Guide awarded a total of ten stars to eight Costa del Sol restaurants.
Famous local chef José Carlos García runs his own Michelin-star restaurant in Málaga. The most demanding diners can enjoy his innovative take on the province's traditional cuisine. The avant-garde menu combined with the restaurant's privileged location in Muelle Uno, offering some incredible views across Málaga Bay, promises a perfect eating experience that will surprise the most exacting palates.
Skina, with two Michelin Stars, is one of the smallest Michelin Star restaurants in the world, tucked away in the typical Andalusian streets of Marbella's old quarter. With only five tables available inside booking in advance is essential.
Another of Marbella's Michelin star classics is El Lago, a benchmark for Andalusian cuisine. The dishes here combine traditional flavours with modern culinary techniques. The result is nothing short of spectacular.
Also in Marbella is the Messina restaurant, based on a creative cookery concept and signature cuisine. The menu offers original and exquisite dishes. Could you ask for more?
Benito Gómez is the chef in charge of Bardal, awarded two Michelin stars. Its cuisine is a mixture of Andalusian tradition and avant-garde with its own stamp and without surprises: its menu makes it clear that you are eating in Ronda.
The unrivalled quality of the Costa del Sol's products has attracted numerous chefs from outside the province, who have chosen to develop their ideas here. The restaurant of Diego Gallegos, El Sollo popularly known as the Caviar Chef, he favours the use of fresh water fish in his culinary creations, although caviar is the star of his kitchen.