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14:52

Opinion

Restaurant hell

ANDREW J. LINN

...the road. Take for example the experience of top international chef, late of El Bulli (regularly voted World's Best Restaurant) Albert Adrià. His gastronomic empire in Barcelona, consisting of five establishments, four with Michelin stars, has ... Pallarols, local director of the hospitality association. The initiative of the UK government earlier this year to subsidise by ten pounds every meal eaten at a restaurant on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, recently withdrawn, was hailed as one of the ... complete a sad week, Barcelona's Michelin-starred Hisop restaurant has closed because of Covid infections among the workers, as has El Celler de Can Roca and DiverXo in Madrid. The suicide of French chef Taku Sekine completes a heart-rending week for the

16:47

Local

Search on for 'amateur' thief who stole 1,000 euros from a restaurant

Fernando TORRES

The search is on for a man described as an "amateur" thief who stole 1,000 euros and two mobile phones from the popular Poppins Coffee & Restaurant in Alhaurín de la Torre last week. CCTV footage showed the man in the bar, using his hoodie not

17:06

What to do

An exhibition that offers an 'escape' from the pandemic

Jennie Rhodes

Architect and illustrator Nigel Gilbert is holding an exhibition of his work at the Bio Beach Club restaurant and gallery in El Morche until 28 October. THE EXHIBITION What. Escape, an exhibition of line drawings by Nigel Gilbert. All drawings are ... for sale. Where. The Bio Beach Club restaurant and gallery, Paseo Marítimo, El Morche. When. Until 28 October. Restaurant open 9am to 11pm. The exhibition, Escape, is a collection of 30 line drawings, filled with pastel colours. Nigel, 74,

17:22

LifeStyle

Dani García's dishes made available to everyone through new project with Just Eat

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

Patrik Bergareche, just one week before expanding in Madrid with the opening of the Dani Brasserie at the Four Seasons Hotel. "Certainly home delivery is a completely different game from serving food in a restaurant and for that reason we have kitchens ... started in Doha and the plan will take him to the United States and Miami at the end of the year. Meanwhile he has been preparing to open his new restaurant in Madrid, Dani Brasserie, on the top floor of the Four Seasons Hotel. There he will combine

13:40

Local

Valparaiso closure signals the end of an era for an 'expat institution'

Tony Bryant

Valparaiso, one of the coast's longest-serving, and most popular restaurants has been put on the market after more than 35 years of business. A favourite among the local expat community, the restaurant has not reopened its doors since the lockdown ... restaurateur is hoping to ensure that the business continues as a restaurant and he is currently holding out against developers who have shown an interest in turning the plot into an apartment complex. Founded in 1984 by Raffaele and his brother Vittorio, the ... restaurant became renowned for its spectacular views, innovative cuisine and its extravagant gala dinner nights, all of which proved to be vital in building a faithful clientele. Situated on the winding road to Mijas Pueblo, the restaurant soon became a

17:44

Opinion

Different laws, different customs

ANDREW J. LINN

...restaurants. Even the pandemic has not cooled gastronomic ardour. Hardly any of the Coast's restaurants have closed, and Madrid has seen ten significant new restaurant openings in the last few weeks. All establishments have to close their doors earlier, with

15:31

Opinion

'Restaurant' dining while in confinement

ANDREW J. LINN

Judging from what is currently offered by restaurants to ease the effects of confinement, memories appear remarkably short. Have we really forgotten what it is like to enter a restaurant, be guided to a table in the bar area for the purpose of ... sales hits their bottom line, these are unconvincing arguments. The cost of the raw material is not usually a major factor in any establishment's cost column, so it is hard to justify restaurant menu prices for takeaways.

15:24

Local

Permission given to Banús businesses to expand restaurant terraces

Héctor Barbotta

The company which manages Puerto Banús has opened up the possibility for the port's restaurants to extend their outdoor terraces in order to be able to comply with the social distancing standards required by law without having to reduce their overall

13:48

Local

Grape harvest begins but the future is uncertain

Eugenio Cabezas

Bernardo, Salvador, Pepe, Francisco and Paco form one of the teams of grape-pickers who, between now and October, will be harvesting the 110,000 kilos of grapes which are expected this year for the A. Muñoz Cabrera (Dimobe) winery in Moclinejo, a com

17:53

Local

Lockdown estimated to cost the Costa del Sol's restaurant sector 270 million euros

juan soto

...season for the hotel and restaurant sector. Buri, one of the owners of Casa Lola, a chain of five restaurants between Malaga and Marbella, is aware that nothing will be the same when this health crisis is over, especially in his business. The absence ... Sol. IN FIGURES 80% About 80,000 people work in bars and restaurants in Malaga province, which is around 80% of the sector. The hotels employ about 17,000 personas. 270 million eurosThe losses to be suffered by the restaurant sector in ... reopen, the drama for the restaurant sector can be summed up by the cold, hard numbers: business owners estimate about 270 million euros in losses and 80,000 people are currently without work in the province of Malaga. In fact the bar and restaurant sector

13:58

Opinion

Investor's Guide

ANDREW J. LINN

There is no country where restaurants are not falling like nine pins, so it is not rocket science to predict that no new ones are likely to open in the foreseeable future. Traditionally most restaurant projects have relied on private investment. No ... restaurant than cooking and serving food. There are endless operational procedures, suffocating regulatory requirements, and antisocial hours resulting in minimal family life. So it was rather unexpected that a veteran sponsor of the catering industry went ... From Delhi to the West Bank, from Hong Kong to Lima, limitless success stories abound, to the extent that food trucks currently appear to be the best investment in catering. Setting up in the business costs 30% of that for a conventional restaurant with

15:08

Opinion

Michelin rules in Japan

ANDREW J. LINN

The famous little red guide appears to have ambitions about laying the law down across the board. Its last venture out of the original restaurant guidebook semblance was to give awards for restaurants that were eco-friendly, with a heavy accent ... of a restaurant guide, many complained. Now the Michelin has intruded into another area that is outside its remit. Tokyo's Sukiyabashi Jiro has had a 3-star rating since 2007. Its owner and master chef is 90-year-old Jiro Ono, and he is obsessive ... about who he cooks for. Barack Obama dined there with the country's prime minister in 2014 and other customers include Hugh Jackman, David Beckham, and chef Joël Robuchon. The trouble is that the restaurant does not accept reservations except from

15:36

Opinion

No-one left to rate

ANDREW J. LINN

While the thoughts of many readers will not be far from the suffering that the restaurant trade is going through, has anyone given a passing thought to restaurant inspectors? These peripatetic professionals are surely taking a well-earned rest ... restaurant industry has led many to question the value of such awards in the first place. Another factor is the revamping of many top eateries. Stockholm's Noma, for example, frequently nominated the world's best, will become more of a hamburger joint than ... a restaurant (maybe René Redzepi has been talking to Marbella's Dani Garcia), and there are many similar examples. The James Beard Awards, World's 50 Best Restaurants, and Michelin have different philosophies about restaurant awards in a recovering

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

17:56

Opinion

Insure against anything?

ANDREW J. LINN

Not the premises or the fleet of motor vehicles, but unusual events that affect the businesses' profitability? Such as a pandemic. A group of US restaurant owners paid millions in insurance premiums over the years to cover any eventuality that could ... impossible, and although a claim would be accepted if there were an actual virus in, for example, a restaurant kitchen causing a closedown, this would be a specific identifiable issue. What the restaurants claim is that it is all part of a dastardly plan, ... restaurant to have such cover. Loss of profits for any reason must be qualified with facts and figures, but a general suspension of all activity is not envisaged to any degree, so, the insurers maintain, this cannot qualify for a payout. If potential

22:14

Opinion

Availability yes, demand no

ANDREW J. LINN

There would not be space in a thousand of these columns to include the hard-luck stories coming out of the hostelry sectors as a result of the Coronavirus. Restaurant groups are living their grimmest days, but it is also the suppliers who have to