Michelin Star Restaurants in Andalucia
Andalucia, with its fabulous, world-renowned gastronomy and bountiful and varied natural produce, has its fair share of Michelin-starred restaurants.
The region has 18 establishments boasting the highly coveted recognition from the French gastronomy bible. In total, as of the 2020 guide published in November 2019, Andalucian has 14 one-Michelin-starred restaurants, three boasting two stars, and one with three stars - the top accolade.
Interestingly, a large number of these restaurants are located close to the sea – in Malaga, Marbella, Fuengirola, the Almeria coast, Cadiz, Jerez and Huelva.
Known as Chef del Mar, master of innovation Angel León won his third Michelin star in 2017. More >
At Noor, which means "light" in Arabic, you can enjoy contemporary dishes using historic recipes by Paco Morales. More>
Bardal gained its first Michelin star in November 2017, followed by the second two years later. More>
Small restaurant in the old town run with chef Jaume Puigdengolas at the helm. More>
Kisko Garcia’s restaurant offers cuisine combining traditional and modern elements. More >
An eponymous seafront restaurant in the Almeria port town offering fresh fish. More >
Near the seafront to east of old town, Messina offers contemporary Mediterranean with an Asian touch. More >
With spectacular views, located near the A7 at Higueron, Sollo is the brainchild of Brazilian chef Diego Gallegos. More >
In the port of Malaga, contemporary design and stunning terrace, eponymous restaurant offers stunning dishes such as hake with beetroot and caviar gazpachuelo. More >
Huelva province's first Michelin star - chef Xanty Elias creates innovative fish dishes. More >
Alevante, by Angel León, gained its Michelin star in November 2017. More >
Jerez's second Michelin-starred restaurant, as of November 2019. More >