A very tasty outlook forecast for this weekend in Malaga

The Malaga Gastronomy Festival is on until Sunday.
The Malaga Gastronomy Festival is on until Sunday. / SUR
  • This year's 'guest territory' at Malaga's Gastronomy Festival is Jaén, famous for its 66 million olive trees and tender Segureño lamb

Eleven restaurants (Cávea, Takumi, La Niña Bonita, Batik, Yubá, Ali-Olé, La Medusa, Casa Bellota, La Calle Burguer, Bertani and Excelsia) today, and until Sunday in the Plaza de La Marina, will be offering their star dishes as part of the Malaga Gastronomy Festival.

They will be sharing the space with exhibitors from Sabor a Málaga and one dedicated to Jaén, 'guest territory' of this year's edition.

The stand for the provincial government will be promoting Malaga's wines and cheeses and has invited renowned chefs for the Sabor a Málaga competition. They will also be demonstrating their skills at various cooking demonstrations. Cruzcampo will be offering tastings of their range of beers (until Saturday) and Jaén, will be offering tastings of its olive oil and a chance to try tender Segureño lamb (on Sunday).