Andalucía has the fourth-highest number of ‘suns’, with 60 of the total of 618.
Four more restaurants in Malaga province have received a ‘sun’ distinction from the Repsol Guide, a respected authority on Spanish cuisine. This accounts for half of the eight restaurants in Andalucía to receive the award for the first time and means that establishments in Malaga province now have a total of 24 ‘suns’.
At the ceremony in San Sebastián on Monday, Kaleja and Ta-kumi in Malaga city were given ‘suns’ for the first time, as were Kava and Leña in Marbella. There were a total of 96 new ‘suns’ distributed nationally.
Five restaurants in the province maintained their prestigious ratings of two ‘suns’. These include José Carlos García at Muelle Uno in Malaga and Bardal in Ronda. Skina in Marbella also kept its two ‘sun’ rating, as did Los Marinos José and Sollo, both of which are in Fuengirola.
On a regional level, Andalucía has the fourth-highest number of ‘suns’, with 60 of the total of 618. Catalonia, Madrid and the Basque Country make up the top three.
Source: Sur in English, 2021