Italian food which is included in the Mediterranean gastronomy. The story goes that Italian food was influenced by other countries such as Greece, Africa and Asian countries.
In Northern Italy, the most common dishes are soups, cooked pasta and meats boiled in wine and butter, and typical dishes such as carpaccio, vitello tonnato or vitel tonné and crocchette di Patate as well as risotto. Among its outstanding sauces are pesto and Bolognese.
On the other hand, in the South of Italy, the dishes are more simply prepared, with main ingredients such as olive oil, vegetables and vegetables typical of the area. The most typical dishes are pizzas, as well as spaghetti and macaroni.
There are also differences with the centre of the country, where ingredients such as olive oil, pecorino, vegetables and sausages are used. The most typical dishes are Bisteca allá Fiorentina, Zuppa di farro, pollo in potacchio and Mazzarelle.
Finally, in Sicily and Sardinia, we also find differences with the rest of Italy, such as rice balls in batter with peas, meat, cheese or macaroni with raggout, a sauce made with minced meat.
The chef from Marbella organised in his restaurant with three Michelin stars a conference with renowned chefs from all over the world.
In 2014, our chef was already starting out in this field of the A Cuatro Manos Gastronomic Days, together with Joan Roca, Quique Dacosta, Ángel León and Andoni Luis Aduriz, which was held at the Dani García Restaurant in the Hotel Puente Romano in Marbella.
In 2015, they were they were once again in the Dani García Restaurant, together with 12 national and international Michelin-starred chefs, where they held four exclusive dinners.
In 2016, 71 Michelin stars gathered in Restaurant Dani García (Marbella) to pay tribute to French chef Jöel Robuchon.
In 2017, Dani García celebrated these days again, together with his chef friends to pay tribute to a great chef, Nobu Marsuhisa.
In 2018 was the last year that the gastronomic days ”A Cuatro Manos” were held at the Dani García Restaurant in the Hotel Puente Romano in Marbella. In which a new menu for the season was presented and in which a score of great chefs paid tribute to one of the progenitors of Basque cuisine, Juan Mari Arzak.
The last meeting was held in 2019 on the occasion of the closure of the three-star Dani García. The Last Supper brought together renowned figures in the city to bid farewell to the well-known restaurant that later gave rise to Leña Marbella.
This year we bring you Dani García together with Matías Perdomo, a chef of Uruguayan origin who moved to Italy twenty years ago, on the 22nd and 23rd of February. He is at the helm of Contrast restaurant in Milan, his Michelin-starred temple of creativity opened in 2015. The chef considers three fundamental factors in his cuisine: the product, the game and the memory of taste.
Matías Perdomo, with his South American influence on Italian cuisine, is coming to revolutionize Alelí alongside our Chef Dani García for two unique and exclusive nights with a special menu.
If you don’t want to miss these special menus during these ”A cuatro manos” days…
Here you have the address, so you don’t miss out!
Av. Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso de Hohenlohe, 29602 Marbella (Málaga)