The marbellí Dani García has become one of the most important and relevant Spanish chefs of the moment. The chef wanted his city to become the headquarters for its culinary and creative activity, situating it as an essential pilgrimage destination for the most demanding consumers of the art of the kitchen.
Almost 16 years have passed since Dani Garcia got his first Michelin star in Tragabuches Restaurant. And we are facing one of the best chefs in Spain and one who is emerging clearly in the international scene. The Andalusian chef has managed to build a superb reputation based on constancy in work and talent, being pointed by critics as a ” authentic craftsman of modern gastronomy”.
His personal projects have always been blessed by success, as is the case of Calima Marbella (with which he got his first Michelin Star in 2007), and the more recent Dani Garcia Restaurant (the place where he has revalidated its second Michelin star achieved in Calima 2010) and BiBo located in the historic Puente Romano hotel, in an area known as the Golden Mile of Marbella.
Marbellí chef’s kitchen has its foundations in a clever play of contrasts which rescue the classic flavors of traditional Andalusian cuisine. In its flavors hotplates, textures and presentations are at the mercy of creativity, with a single limit: your imagination.
BiBo has become one of the latest sensations in Spain and has managed to give a new nuance to Marbella, a city that virtually the entire planet places on the map, but now also joins the list of cities where you can live a unique, distinct and unique dining experience. In this project García has turned his most personal and innovative filias. This is a kitchen out of a science fiction story where assiduously concepts such as reductions or nitrogen are given. In the words of the chef himself, Bibo is “the democratization of haute cuisine”.
Marbella is also the core of other events coming out of the mind of Garcia as the gastronomic days “Four Hands” where with the excuse of paying tribute to the French chef Joël Robuchon, the chef marbellí gathers 71 top-class Michelin stars. These include names like Ferran Adrià, Joan Roca, Angel Leon, Quique Dacosta, Ramón Freixa, Andoni Luis Aduriz and Daniel Humm.