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Málaga Food News - Michelin recognises restaurants with a green star

Málaga Food News - Michelin recognises restaurants with a green star

As of 2021, the Michelin Guide is now recognising some restaurants with a green star. The Michelin Estrella Verde or Green Star is an icon in the shape of a green leaf that echoes nature. The guide wants to promote its ethos and commitment to sustainability throughout the gastronomy industry.
The Michelin Guide rewards restaurants that are innovative, by demonstrating that they respect the environment, manage their resources and take care of waste disposal. It is not only a distinction for restaurants, but it is also helps diners to choose restaurants who are also in tune with this philosophy.

One restaurant in the town of Fuengirola, West of Malaga on the Costa del Sol has been awarded one of the new green stars. Sollo Restaurant, in Fuengirola, run by chef Diego Gallegos has been awarded a green star in recognition of their sustainability and sourcing of ingredients. Chef Diego prizes himself on producing around 90% of the ingredients at Sollo.

Sollo's head chef Diego Gallegos specialises in sturgeon, caviar and river fish, for this he earned the name "The Caviar Chef". The restaurant has a special menu which changes seasonally. Even before ordering you are invited to sample a tasting menu with the different caviar on offer, to experience the unique flavours or to decide which caviar you would like to select with your main meal.

SolloUrbanización Reserva del Higuerón, Av. del Higuerón, 48, 29640 Fuengirola, Málaga

Here is the list of green stars from the Michelin guide 2021:

1.  Andreu Genestra (Capdepera, Mallorca) [One Michelin star]
2.  Aponiente (El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz) [Three Michelin stars]
3.  Azurmendi (Larrabetzu, Vizcaya) [Three Michelin stars]
4.  Balado (Boqueixón / Codeso, La Coruña) [Bib Gourmand]
5.  Albets House (Lladurs, Lérida) [Bib Gourmand]
6.  Hermanos Torres Kitchen (Barcelona, ​​Catalonia) [Two Michelin stars]
7.  Culler de Pau (O Grove / Reboredo, Pontevedra) [Two Michelin stars]
8.  El Invernadero (Madrid, Madrid) [One Michelin star]
9.  El Llar de Viri (San Román de Candamo, Asturias) [Bib Gourmand]
10.Els Casals (Sagàs, Barcelona) [One Michelin star]
11. Eneko (Larrabetzu, Vizcaya) [One Michelin star]
12. L'Antic Molí (Ulldecona, Tarragona) [One Michelin star]
13. La Bicicleta (Hoznayo, Cantabria) [One Michelin star]
14. La Botica (Matapozuelos, Valladolid) [One Michelin star]
15. Les Cols (Olot, Gerona) [Two Michelin stars]
16. Lluerna (Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Barcelona) [One Michelin star]
17. Pepe Vieira (Raxó / Serpe, Pontevedra) [One Michelin star]
18. Refectory (Sardón de Duero, Valladolid) [One Michelin star]
19. Ricard Camarena (Valencia) [Two Michelin stars]
20. Sollo (Fuengirola, Málaga) [One Michelin star]
21. Somiatruites (Igualada, Barcelona) [Bib Gourmand]

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