Toledo (EFE).- The gastronomy of the Canary Islands added three new stars to the Michelin Guide this Tuesday: the second received by the brothers Juan Carlos and Jonathan Padrón for their restaurant in Adeje (Tenerife), El Rincón de Juan Carlos, and the first in the “champions league” of the cuisine of the restaurants Tabaiba, by Abraham Ortega in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and San-Hô, by Adrián Bosch and Eduardo Domínguez, also in Adeje.
In addition, the islands manage to revalidate all the other stars they carried in the previous edition of the Guide, where they already totaled 11.
Two carry the MB of Martín Berasategui for years and one carries the Kabuki, the two restaurants located in the Abama hotel in Tenerife; two editions ago they conquered the first La Aquarela, from Arguineguín, and the Guayres from the Hotel Cordial Mogán Playa, both in Gran Canaria; and last year they created Poemas, by the Padrón brothers at the Santa Catalina hotel in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and Nub, from Tenerife.
In addition, another Canarian restaurant, Muxgo, by Borja Marrero, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, will now be able to display the green star that recognizes its good work and its commitment to local products and environmental sustainability. ECE