International food is engraved in Batik’s DNA. Our hostel’s Malaga restaurant is renowned for offering menus that tastefully combine traditional local cuisine with modern techniques and international ingredients. This time, during the month of May, you will be able to enjoy a special menu that will make your palate go around the world with four original dishes. Do you want to know what it is about? Then, fasten your seatbelts, we’re taking off!
International Food in the Very Heart of Malaga
Batik has the key. Mario Rosado, our chef, never fails to offer us the greatest international food dishes. This time, he presents us a menu made up of four delicacies that will even satisfy your wanderlust. But this is a trip for which you won’t need any luggage. Take your cutlery and… fly!
Our route starts in South Korea. There, a Roasted pork mandu with mushrooms and berries bulgogi awaits us. Intense flavours that prepare us for what is to come. From there, we travel to Japan, the Salmon yakizana with fried rice, pack choi and egg tempura will make you feel like you are in the land of the rising sun. We continue our journey through the United Kingdom with a Duck Wellington with orange sauce and vegetable ravioli, a dish worthy of the British royalty. Our journey ends with the dessert, a Mexican Three milks cake. Could there be a sweeter ending?
International Food at our Malaga Restaurant
This special menu that travels around the world from your palate will be available at Batik restaurant from May 1st to May 31st during lunch and dinner time. Although booking is not necessary, we do not want you to miss this flight, so we advise calling in advance in order not to miss this trip of flavours.
Dare touring around South Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom and Mexico from the palate with your favourite adventure partner with this international food menu designed for two people. This May, foodie travellers have definitely found their place to eat in Malaga. We are waiting for you at Batik!
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