To begin with, on December 14, the gala for the presentation of the Michelin Guide Spain and Portugal 2022 took place in the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia. Therefore, in this list we show you the Restaurants with a Michelin Star in Andalusia.
On top of that, with the publication of the new edition of the prestigious French guide, the magnificent moment that the gastronomy of the Andalusian community is experiencing is evident. Furthermore, it is that two new restaurants have obtained a new Star in the guide, Cañabota in Seville and Nintai in Marbella. Therefore, it leaves the complete list at 18 restaurants.
In addition, it is worth mentioning that chef Mario Cachinero (Skina, Marbella) has obtained the Young Chef Award , a new award with which Michelin wants to highlight the work of a young chef with great projection.
- 1 Restaurants with 3 Michelin Stars in Andalusia 2022
- 2 Restaurants with 2 Michelin Stars in Andalusia 2022
- 3 Restaurants with 1 Michelin Star in Andalusia in 2022
- 3.1 Cañabota, Seville.
- 3.2 Nintai, Marbella
- 3.3 Dama Juana, Jaén
- 3.4 Mantúa, Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)
- 3.5 Lú Cocina y Alma, Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)
- 3.6 Bagá, Jaén
- 3.7 Alevante, Chiclana de la Frontera (Cádiz)
- 3.8 Choco, Córdoba
- 3.9 La Costa, El Ejido (Almería)
- 3.10 Sollo, Fuengirola (Málaga)
- 3.11 José Carlos García, Málaga
- 3.12 Messina, Marbella (Málaga)
- 3.13 El Lago, Marbella (Málaga)
- 3.14 Abantal, Sevilla
Restaurants with 3 Michelin Stars in Andalusia 2022
Aponiente, El Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz)
To begin with, one more year, Aponiente will be the only Andalusian restaurant to display the three Michelin stars, those that reward exceptional cuisine that justifies the trip on its own. Moreover, it is located in the Cadiz town of El Puerto de Santa María, in an old tide mill (it was used to grind wheat using the force of the sea) from the s. XVII. Besides, It is completely surrounded by the sea. In addition, the location is not by chance, as chef Ángel León focuses his gastronomic proposal solely and exclusively on preparations whose main ingredients come from the marine environment.
C/ Francisco Cossi Ochoa, s/n. El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz.
+34 956 851 870
Restaurants with 2 Michelin Stars in Andalusia 2022
Bardal, Ronda (Malaga)
Firstly, Bardal is located in the impressive city of Ronda (Málaga), perhaps one of the most beautiful in Andalusia. On top of that, Benito Gómez is the chef of the Ronda restaurant Bardal with two Michelin stars. In addition, he gives all the prominence here to the fresh product that comes from local producers. Therefore, it is a clearly Andalusian menu where nothing is what it seems. Besides, it offers the opportunity to taste two menus, Bardal and Gran Bardal.
C/ José Aparicio, 1. Ronda, Málaga.
+34 951 489 828
First of all, from the hand of chef Paco Morales comes Noor, a surprising proposal for its originality, impressive for its image, and exceptional for the incredible documentation work carried out to recover the flavors of Al-Andalus Cuisine. Moreover, the menus of each season are structured around different facts and historical events related to Al-Andalus and the Caliphate of Abderramán II. Besides, it is a walk through the centuries of history of this kingdom allows us to appreciate the century-by-century evolution of its cuisine based on the changes that have occurred.
C/ Pablo Ruiz Picasso, 8. Esquina pintor Muñoz Lucena, Córdoba.
+34 957 964 055
Skina, Marbella (Málaga)
To begin with, apart from the undoubted charm of eating on a terrace in the heart of the Marbella town, Skina’s gastronomic proposal is creative and daring, in which an evolution of the traditional Andalusian recipe book is sought. For instance, premium meat, fish and seafood alternate with the best of the garden in a forceful “Grand Cru menu” with an exceptional pairing that will even be accompanied with Vega Sicilia. On top of that, the restaurant also offers the possibility of eating à la carte.
C/ Aduar, 12. Marbella, Málaga.
+34 952 765 277
Restaurants with 1 Michelin Star in Andalusia in 2022
To begin with, we travel to the center of Seville to discover one of the novelties on the list, the Cañabota restaurant. The sea and the embers are the fundamental pillars on which his proposal moves.
Furthermore, the place has two well-differentiated areas: the gastronomic restaurant and the bar. In the first, apart from grilled fish and shellfish, we can enjoy a much more elaborate and avant-garde cuisine in which the fundamental ingredient is always the product of the Andalusian Atlantic. However, at the bar, we will find the typical atmosphere of any Andalusian tavern where fried fish, salad, croquettes, a wine, manzanilla or a beer are served. On top of that, we can also choose any fish or shellfish and see how they prepare it on the grill in front of us.
C/ Orfila, 3. Sevilla
+34 954 870 298
Firstly, it is a Japanese restaurant with pure lines, large windows, a predominance of wood, and an exclusive sushi bar for twelve people, although the place has several private ones. Therefore, here it reigns peace, tranquility and harmony. In addition, the gastronomic proposal is made up of two unique tasting menus made from market and seasonal products, one of them shorter that can only be tasted at midday. So, it is worth having a good time after a meal to enjoy sake. Since, Nintai has one of the best menus of the traditional Japanese spirit drink in the whole country.
C/ Ramón Gómez de la Serna, 18. Marbella, Málaga
+34 952 608 966
Dama Juana, Jaén
To begin with, in its sober and elegant living room, we can enjoy the best of updated traditional Andalusian cuisine recipes.
Furthermore, at Dama Juana we will have the possibility to choose between three complete menus, Sierra Sur, Otiñar, and Umbría, through which the chef takes us on a tour of the La Parrilla estate, run by his father, from which many of the ingredients of their elaborations.
Calle Melchor Cobo Medina, 7. Jaén
+34 953 006 454
Mantúa, Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)
First of all, Mantúa is the name of a grape variety with which generous wines were once made. Therefore, with this declaration of intent, the Cádiz-born chef tells us about the importance that the product from the province of Cádiz has for him, and especially the wines from the Jerez region that the chef himself masterfully incorporates into his creations. Moreover, the reformulated and avant-garde traditional Andalusian cuisine stands out, closely linked to the enological tradition of the region that has marked the step with a star since 2019.
Plaza Aladro, 7. Cádiz
+34 856 652 739
Lú Cocina y Alma, Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)
Firstly, it perfectly fuses classic French cuisine with that of its land while reinterpreting the recipe book. Moreover, it is a kitchen that does not lose sight of the past. However, that does not stop looking to the future and in which the common denominator is powerful and durable backgrounds. Besides, they offer three different tasting menus so that the diner “experiences a kitchen on the way between reason and madness”. Furthermore, the restaurant has also been distinguished with two Repsol Suns.
C/ Zaragoza, 2. Jerez De La Frontera.
+34 695 408 481
First of all, Bagá is a place with an urban tavern atmosphere and from whose bare tables we can observe the movement in the kitchen at all times.
On top of that, Pedro Sánchez’s cuisine is an ode to color, to creativity, but above all to Andalusian products. Furthermore, it exalts the virtues of Jaen cuisine, simple in appearance and intense in flavors and textures. In addition, it offers a complete tasting menu.
C/ Reja de la Capilla, 3. Jaén.
+34 953 047 450
Alevante, Chiclana de la Frontera (Cádiz)
Firstly, Alevante, located in the Hotel Meliá Gran Lujo Sancti Petri, Cádiz is run by chef Ángel León. Besides, this is an elegant and sober dining room where the scarce decoration that alters the blue is sometimes altered with original sculptures of fish and the white of the furniture and tablecloths.
Furthermore, in Alevante the diner will be able to enjoy delighting himself with many of Ángel León’s dishes and creations such as ham or sea cheese. Moreover, the gastronomic offer is based on a menu that can be paired. In addition to a Michelin Star, Alevante has been distinguished with a Sol Repsol.
Gran Melía Sancti Petri. C/ Amílcar Barca, s/n. Chiclana de la Frontera.
+34 956 491 200
To begin with, Choco is a restaurant that draws from the tradition of a thousand-year-old Andalusian recipe book and from the old tavern that the chef’s own father opened in the neighborhood many years ago and in which Kisko, its chef, grew up.
In addition, Choco is a perfect fusion between the tradition of Andalusian recipes, modern culinary techniques, and the tremendous imagination of a generation of Andalusian chefs who are turning Andalusian cuisine upside down. Of course, always looking for the product, the flavors and the aromas of the land.
C/ Compositor Serrano Lucena, 14. Córdoba.
+34 957 264 863
La Costa, El Ejido (Almería)
First of all, the gastronomic offer of La Costa passes, as it could not be otherwise given its location. Since, through a closed menu in which the stars are the exquisite fish and shellfish from the neighboring Alboran Sea and the vegetables from the excellent Almeria orchard. Besides, the gastronomic experience goes through visiting the kitchen where a series of appetizers will be prepared on the spot to later taste the menu in the dining room.
Avda. Bulevar de El Ejido, 48. El Ejido.
+34 950 481 777
Sollo, Fuengirola (Málaga)
First of all, most of the ingredients they work with are produced by themselves through aquaponics, which is a technique by which fish and vegetables are produced in perfect symbiosis.
In addition, its gastronomic proposal is articulated around a tasting menu with modern, delicate elaborations and with nods to Latin cuisine.
Av. del Higuerón, 48. Fuengirola, Málaga.
+34 34 951 385 622
José Carlos García, Málaga
To begin with, José Carlos García’s restaurant is located in a privileged environment, in front of Pier One of the port of Malaga, from where there is an exceptional view of the luxurious yachts that populate its pontoons and the immense blue of the Mediterranean. In addition, the cuisine of Malaga-born chef José Carlos García is contemporary Andalusian cuisine with classic roots and an attachment to local, seasonal products.
Pza. de la Capilla. Puerto de Málaga.
+34 952 003 588
Messina, Marbella (Málaga)
First of all, its eclectic gastronomic proposal involves fusing Mediterranean and South American cuisines based on local products. Beside, two different tasting menus are offered with the option of pairing and the possibility of eating the dishes included in the menu a la carte. On top of that, there is also a careful selection of wines in the cellar. Furthermore, the restaurant has also been accredited with a Repsol sun.
Av. Severo Ochoa, 12. Marbella.
+34 952 86 48 95
+34 679 77 00 62
El Lago, Marbella (Málaga)
Firstly, Malaga chef Fernando Villasclaras offers us an honest, but modern and surprising culinary offer based on local and seasonal products.
On top of that, the Restaurant, which gets its name from the artificial lake that surrounds it, is in an idyllic place where you can breathe the authentic Marbella way of life. Furthermore, the formal culinary proposal goes through a tasting menu in which you have to choose between a series of snacks and passes. In addition, for the mornings, the restaurant offers a light and casual menu, which includes snacks, tapas and portions, more in keeping with the terrace and the way of eating on the long summer days of the Costa del Sol.
Urb. Elviria Hills, Avda. La Cumbres, s/n. Marbella.
+34 952 832 371
Firstly, it is located in Seville’s old town. On top of that, it is an elegant and sober restaurant in which chef Julio Fernández, chosen as the best Andalusian chef in 2005, presents us with his particular and impeccable update of the Andalusian recipe book, turning it into contemporary and modern preparations without giving up its essence.
In addition, Abantal offers the possibility of choosing between two tasting menus. Furthermore, it offers a complete list of wines and oils. Beside, it has two Repsol Suns.
C/ Alcalde José de la Bandera, 7 y 9. Sevilla.
+34 954 540 000
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