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Reader’s Letter: Chumbo

By Gazette Reader

My name is Elki, originally from Mexico but I have been living in London for the last 13 years. I am a professional chef that has taken the route of healthy living, responsible, conscious, and ethical use of ingredients and processes. »

Reader’s Letter – Cesar Place

By Gazette Reader

Having heard rave reviews and seen photos of some lovely food, we decided to give Restaurant Cesar Palace in Almuñécar a try. It was a very big mistake. »

Pizza Delivery Hold-Ups

By Hugh MacArthur

The Policía Nacional in Motril arrested two young men accused of carrying out several muggings within the town, targeting pizza deliveries. »

Sabina Lamb Shoulder Menu

By David Darby

Sabina is doing a Special Lamb Shoulder Menu tomorrow, Sunday 24th, so not only can you enjoy some superb food, but also get a chance to check out the new place. »

Fifty Mistreated Animals

By Vivienne Hughes

Around fifty animals in a lamentable state were rescued by the Guardia Civil from an illegal kennel in Chiclana, Cádiz. »

Restaurante/Pizzeria Realengo

By David Darby

Saturday February 25th… make a note of this date as it is when our friends at the brilliant family run Realengo will re-open after a short break for reforms. »

El Gallinero – La Herradura

By David Darby

El Gallinero was always a La Herradura favourite and under the fresh guidance of Rafael and Amanda with a few new ideas and lots of enthusiasm, it will surely continue as such. »

Saturday Music at Da Nicola

By David Darby

Since Blasha took over at Restaurante Pizzeria Da Nicola in Av. Europa (opposite Majuelo Park) in Almuñécar, the place has gone from strength to strength. Having enjoyed several meals there now, I can also recommend the place… my personal favorite is the Ribs in Spicy Sauce! »

Pampaneira Revisited

By Marianne Lindahl

Marta is sighing deeply every time we switch on news channel 24 to look at the unbelievable farce that is supposed to lead to the creation of a new government. »

Local foods

By Marianne Lindahl

Although perhaps not the most outstanding feature of local cooking, the tapas served free in all the province's bars to wash down with a glass of wine or beer are a tasty symbol of the province of Granada, stimulating the senses and wetting the appetite for lunch or dinner. »

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