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Gran Hotel Miramar Welcomes Summer Season With Tantalising New Menus

This summer Malaga’s iconic grand dame hotel, Gran Hotel Miramar, leads the region in serving tantalising modern Andalucían cuisine with the launch of an exciting new menu celebrating the finest seasonal flavours and meticulously sourced local ingredients.  The hotel’s chic poolside restaurant, Botánico, will tempt diners with a selection of mouth-watering summery plates including local meats and fresh seafood, light snacks, and refreshing hand-crafted cocktails – all paired with stunning views of the Mediterranean.

Showcasing the freshest and highest quality seasonal produce of Andalucía’s warmer months, executive Chef Diego Nicás and his talented team have crafted a menu that balances the traditional and avant-garde with innovative twists on ancestral recipes. New highlights include Thai-style salmon tartar with sweetcorn and peanuts; traditional Paella with chicken, squid and shrimp; Mediterranean roasted salmon taco served with tartar sauce; and Iberian pork rib served with a fresh herb sauce. The restaurant’s desserts have also received a seasonal reboot with a Lemon and matcha tea truffle pie; and fresh sliced peach, served with apricot ice-cream and a salty crumble topping.      

A subtropical oasis famed for its beautiful beaches, the ancient Andalucían city of Malaga has transformed itself into a flourishing cultural hub in recent years. Thanks to an ambitious €100 million regeneration plan by the municipal government, the city now boasts a luxurious port development, a buzzing culinary scene ranging from tapas in Old Town to contemporary Mediterranean fare in Malaga Bay, and a rapidly growing clutch of artistic attractions. With a privileged central beachfront location in the cultural hub of Malaga, Gran Hotel Miramar is the ideal base from which to explore the city.

For more information visit granhotelmiramarmalaga.com


  1. Wow – this sounds wonderful! I’ve been wanting to try making spaghetti squash at home for a while, and this sounds like the perfect way to try it. Thanks for the cutting tip as well!


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