The year of the Spanish Capital of Gastronomy which holds Vitoria-Gasteiz stands out among its restaurants. The Zaldiaran, which has a Michelin star for a decade, has organized a program of succulent gourmet menus for up to fifty guests will be offered on Thursdays until June 19, 2014. Gonzalo Anton’s restaurant has invited some of the best chefs in the country to take over in the kitchen and succumb Zaldiaran diners.
Ten chefs who treasure total a dozen Michelin stars and twenty Repsol suns prepare menus, which will cost € 60 per person (plus VAT).
Thursday, March 20
Marcos Morán, of Casa Gerardo in Gijon, shows the reasons of pitu of caleya, its crispy cheese sandwich or apple cocktail have earned him a star and three suns.
Thursday, April 3
Marc Gascons, a star and two suns, Els Tinars in Girona, will cook in Zaldiaran.
Thursday, April 10
The magician of Ezcaray with two stars and three suns, Francis Paniego, brings part of the delicious menu served at El Portal de Echaurren based clam soup with monkfish and clams or candied laureate hake to 45 degrees.
Thursday, May 8
Manuel de la Osa offers their recipes a three star and three suns Las Rejas de Cuenca restaurant, inspired by classic Mancha.
Thursday, May 15
Casa Solla (Pontevedra). Pepe Solla. 1 Michelin Star / 2 Repsol stars.
Thursday, May 29
Kiko Moya, L’ Escaleta (Alicante), a Michelin star and three suns, cooks in Zaldiaran.
Wednesday, June 4
Culler de Pau (Pontevedra). Javier Olleros. 1 Star Michelin / 2 Repsol Sun.
Thursday, June 12
Restaurante Solana (Ampuero. Cantabria). Nacho Solana. 1 Michelin star, 1 Repsol sun and 8 lomejordelagastronomia.com
Thursday, June 19
Mina Restaurant (Bilbao). Álvaro Garrido. 1 Michelin star, 1 Repsol sun and 8.5 lomejordelagastronomia.com
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