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16:33

Opinion

Hard times

ANDREW J. LINN

While governments have reacted differently to limit the spread of the coronavirus, some Spanish bar and restaurant owners may consider that the restrictions here have been too drastic. Compared anyway with places like Hong Kong, where restaurants ... have grouped together to offer substantial incentives to regulars who eat in more than five restaurants until the end of March. Incredibly the rewards are more restaurant meals, making social distancing difficult to enforce! In Spain the ... segregational procedures mean that while larger restaurant groups may be able to survive in the medium term, the smaller ones will probably go under. Many of the latter category invested their life savings in opening establishments of one kind or another, and

12:15

National

Businesses rally with crisis cash, supplies and logistical support

SUR

...avoid duplication. Meanwhile, clothing-giant and owner of Zara, Inditex, is to donate 300,000 masks and has opened up it logistics network to help governments if needed. Mercadona and other supermarket and restaurant chains have strengthened their

12:19

Opinion

Hot plates

ANDREW J. LINN

There's a surefire way of knowing if the people at the next restaurant table are foreigners or Spaniards. In the exact instant that the waiter brings the serving plates to the table and places them in front of each diner, they will timidly and ... surreptitiously caress the plate to check its temperature. It's not rocket science. Non-nationals prefer their food to be served on hot plates, obviously providing the product is hot. (No-one wants to be served a salad on a hot plate). If they are in a restaurant ... stables of the ex-husband of 'La Preysler', this white Rueda is fine for everyday drinking, and maybe more. There must be many hundreds of such wines on the market, so the trick is to find one you like at an acceptable price. €8.25. A restaurant owner in

16:29

LifeStyle

Dani García heads back to New York

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

As he promised when his Marbella restaurant was given its third Michelin star this time last year, chef Dani García served his last customers at his haute cuisine venue last week. Less than 48 hours after celebrating an emotional "last supper" with

12:01

Local

Noisy brotherhood in Marbella is ordered to soundproof building after complaints from restaurant

Héctor Barbotta

Granda, the owner of Skina, a restaurant 20 metres away from the Hermandad premises, filed a complaint back in September 2016. The decision comes after the noise produced by the brotherhood was found to exceed the permitted number of decibels and was ... causing disturbance for the restaurant and the family living on the floor above. The court warned that if the brotherhood's noise pollution is not reduced and the disturbances continue, their activities will be banned altogether.

12:51

Local

Foundation stone laid at project to give new life to La Fonda as a hotel

CHARO MÁRQUEZ marbella

Mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, marked the beginning of an 18-month construction project to give new life to the former La Fonda restaurant (and latterly catering school) by laying the foundation stone for a new hotel-restaurant on Monday. ... history, taking the name of the former well-known restaurant in Plaza del Santo Cristo. The old La Fonda restaurant used to host famous international actors, intellectuals and celebrities during the 1960s and 70s. To further this culinary history, there ... will be a restaurant called La Fondona that will serve international cuisine, as well as two bars on the hotel patio and on the roof of the building's northern wing. Muñoz highlighted that the project will "allow us to recover part of our recent

13:03

Opinion

Has the Michelin Guide taken the wrong route?

ANDREW J. LINN

...principles. It is the only restaurant-rating publication that has the loyalty and support of working chefs, but is it wearing thin? In the future restaurants will be rated on their contribution to the environment and are being asked (usually by telephone) if ... they are sustainable and climate-conscious, and how they do it. As the chef of a long-time Michelin-star holder commented recently, "If a restaurant works with meat it emits CO2. So it's not the easiest thing in the world to be a 3* Michelin restaurant ... where someone called the restaurant and asked "So are you sustainable, yes? Tell me how? Ok, thank you." Copenhagen chef, Christian Puglisi, of Relae, thinks Michelin has lost its way. "Just a phone call gives you the right to display a clover next to