Travels with a Gourmet

a food lover's travels, memorable meals, culinary trials and gastronomic experiences

Thursday evening at The Cosmopolitan and the place was pumping.  Restaurants were full and we made sure to arrive early for our 7:00 p.m. reservation.  Jaleo is an upscale tapas restaurant from famed Asturian-born, Barcelona-raised chef, Jose Andres.  Upon entering the bright, red and black-themed, we walk through the front area of counter-style tables and …

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La Moraga is a tapas bar located in a small alley off Malaga’s main pedestrian street, Marques de Larios. It’s at the end of Calle Fresca and might be hard to find if you don’t know where to look. We had heard about this place from a few people and it was highly recommended by …

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Upper row: at the bar of Cal Pep, baby clams, tiny deep-fried fish; Middle row: baby squid with chikpeas, placemat art, tortilla with aioli; Last row: monkfish tail, flavoured foams, the tiny kitchen behind the bar On our first day out in the city, we go for for a tapeo in one of the city’s …

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