30 Michelin-starred chefs will be featured at the IV Málaga Gastronomy Festival, in April from 4th to 7th, turning Malaga’s Marina Square into the meeting point for the gastronomic sector but also for avant-garde food lovers.
Málaga Gastronomy Festival, a project impulsed by Malaga’s Tourism and Promotion Area, Sabor a Málaga and Andalusian Tourism, brings to Malaga DC the concept of gastronomic tourism based on cultural and leisure activities, focusing on tourists, foreign residents and locals with a foodie profile.
The aim is to promote the knowledge and enjoyment of local and regional cuisines to attract a new profile of tourist, reinforcing the sector and promoting Malaga and its province as a foodie destiny on the Southern Spain, helping a growing gourmet public to discover our quality cuisine.
At B bou Hotels we share this idea of underlining the quality of our Mediterranean cuisine, defending our own flavors, and that’s the reason why B bou Hotel La Viñuela & Spa recently received the Santiago Domínguez Award given away by Malaga’s Gastronomy Academy, establishing it as the 2016 Best Traditional Cuisine. It’s our bet for the Malaga flavors, from a contemporary perspective, something that our Executive Chef, Manolo Ramos [on the following picture, preparing our renowned goat’s pate, the ‘Axarquian foie‘], has translate it to the rest of B bou Hotel’s unique places too.
Concerning what this fourth edition of Málaga Gastronomy Festival has to offer, after a first phase developed in Ronda in the month of April, its “grand week” allows us to enjoy activities such as gastronomic cinema, photographic exhibitions, lectures, showcookings, wine tastes or workshops, all around the city but specially at the “Marina Street Food” located downtown at the Marina Square. All the program is available at www.malagastronomyfestival.com