If you enjoy and appreciate the exquisite taste and complex textures of fine cuisine and you are planning to be in Madrid these days, Millesime” is definitely an event not to be missed. 
Celebrated from October 19 through October 21, the annual event will be held at the Pipa Pavilion in Casa de Campo, a unique Exhibition Center with 47,000 m2 of open air space and 40,000m² of indoor space located in the heart of sunny Casa de Campo, a large park only five minutes’ walk from emblematic Plaza de España.
For three days in row, it will bring together professionals from the restaurant and catering industry, renowned sommeliers, cuisine and art enthusiasts and some of the most influential Spanish chefs in today's fine-dining scene. 
This year's featured chefs include popular names such as Martín Berasetegui, Paco Morales, Joan Roca, Nacho Manzano, Paco Roncero, and Pepe Solla, just to name a few. They will be the expert hands behind the menus served those days and will take visitors on an exciting culinary adventure through live food demonstrations and didactic workshops.
The event is expected to catch as much attention as previous editions, which gathered an average of 5,000 visitors and catered as many as 1,500 guests a day.

For more information, visit http://www.millesimemadrid.com

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Monday, 23 January 2012 09:42

Gastrofestival arrives in Madrid

For 15 days in a row gastronomy will become the main course of the cultural agenda in the capital city. 

Starting January 23, the festival will pay tribute to the culinary art from multiple perspectives. Over 300 establishments will be involved to cover the vast program, distributed in five areas: Experiencias Sensoriales, Gastrocultura, Madrid Gastronómico, Gastrofashion, Gastrosalud y Enocultura. From menus prepared by international chefs at renowned hotels and restaurants throughout the city to culinary routes and wine tastings, the event will turn Madrid into a great feast for the senses.

On its third edition Gastrofestival introduces some new features. Activities aimed at highlighting the importance to develop healthy eating habits such as nutrition workshops, healthy cooking classes, organic menus in featured restaurants, and sophisticated beauty treatments with fruits, chocolate or spices are some of the most anticipated this  year.

And to probe gastronomy is an art such as painting, design and literature, Gastrofestival Madrid crosses the borders of professional kitchens to offer guided visits to museums, special promos in fashion, as well as a cycle of cinema dedicated to food at the National Film Archive.

Gastrofestival programme:

http://www.esmadrid.com/gastrofestival/index.php/es/ficha/2/programa

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