It was about time we revisited the excellent Hospitality School in Benahavis. They have their new autumn/winter menu and a new team of students.
I think I should say that the kitchen didn’t do quite the same outstanding job as it did last time I was here, but even so the food
was delicious and remarkable good value.
The 28 euro, multiple course tasting menu
includes wines and today I tried for the first time the well know, young white
wine from Huelva, made from the Zulema grape from the Condado de Huelva. This variety doesn’t attract much attention
due to its lack of depth, sophistication and robust flavour, but it is a really
tasty and drinkable white for a contemporary lunchtime menu – I really enjoyed
it. We were offered the white from ‘Sauci’ winery – I would definately recommend it for a lunchtime or picnic wine.
We had a delicious red with the fish course and for pudding my favourite, Pedro Ximénez, from the Malaga Virgen
winery. As I have said before, if you haven’t made it to the school, give it a try – menus every Monday and