Cafe Málaga

After a long and intense summer in Alaska, last september I decided to take the position of Executive Chef for a spanish restaurant in Mckinney, Texas. The last 4 months have been really intense as well but this sacrifice has been really worth it. Being spanish and cooking the food which i have been seeing and eating since I was a child plus all the knowledge, training and experience that I have been learning the last 11 years, from the culinary school to the MBA and certifications and the most important thing working hard for extremely good chefs, has helped me a lot to offer all the costumers a real spanish culinary experience.

That won´t be possible without the trust and input that Annie Stokes has been giving me since the beginning. Always 2 work better than one and she in the front of the house and my team and myself in the back work day by day harder to make Cafe Malaga the best and real spanish restaurant in Texas.


~ by MIkel de Luis on January 4, 2011.

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