La Brujhada

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  • La Brujhada en la Guía de Lujo de Málaga - La Brujhada in the Deluxe City Guide of Málaga

    Bienvenido a la
    ciudad del paraíso
    Welcome to the
    paradise city
    Llegar a Málaga es fácil tanto por carretera como en avión o tren. Una
    vez haya puesto un pie en la ciudad, moverse por ella puede ser tan
    cómodo como se proponga. Desde recorrer las calles en el coche de
    sus sueños hasta dar un paseo en yate por la bahía, pasando por la posibilidad
    de aterrizar en un vuelo privado, todo está a su disposición
    en la capital de la Costa del Sol.
    Getting to Málaga is easy whether by road, plane or train. Once you have set
    foot in the city, you can get around in as much comfort as you like. From driving
    through the streets in the car of your dreams or taking a trip in a yacht
    around the bay to the possibility of landing in a private plane, everything is
    possible in the Costa del Sol.

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  • La Brujhada en las informaciones de 20h en TF1, La Brujhada au 20h sur TF1, La Brujhada on main evening TV news

    Reportaje sobre franceses en Andalucía, La Brujhada

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  • 5 businesses you'll love in Málaga

    La Brujhada

    San Agustín, 11

    When Paris was a feast, Hemingway savored Turnedós in his favorite cafés. He did so hiding from familiar faces in order not to be disturbed while eating or writing. Now he could also hide in Malaga- a city that usually is as well a party. He could taste this favorite dish thanks to two Parisians, Fabienne and Patrice, who elaborate it like only few can do in this town: it’s a sirloin steak with homemade foie gras, red wine and truffle oil.

    They offer it in La Brujhada, a restaurant specialized in French Cuisine that is open since mid November 2014 in the very center of Malaga. It is located next to the Picasso Museum, almost lost between ugly postcards, flamenco costumes, castanets and magnets for the refrigerator from the souvenir shops around.

    Its existence is due to a series of coincidences that include a seven-meter truck, a pizza expert, a holiday in St. Jean de Monts, an unfulfilled promise and a suitcase full of ideas prepared during one weekend. Both tell you the story with the same calmness, joy and life philosophy that they applied as well to the restaurant. And to the name: “Brujhada” comes from the word “bruja” (witch), referring to the capabilities of Patrice as a numerologist, and Fabienne’s balmy capabilities like a fairy (“hada”).

    With artificial lawn on the floor, some numbers on the wall and the colors green and purple as protagonists in every corner, the establishment offers seasonal French cuisine based on old family recipes and local produce. But don’t get too used to it: the menu changes completely with every season and every month is dedicated to a different region of the neighboring country with six original proposals of that region.

    Behind the stoves is now helping the French-Hispanic chef Georges Avila - nominated youngest french chef being 19 years old-.

    All together they seek to redefine the classic restaurant concept: that it’s not simply an establishment where they serve food, but also a place to chat, drink coffee and enjoy no matter how much time passes by. All of that with the excuse of eating well. And that is easy with dishes ranging from Parisian-style salmon tartar to tasty veal sweetbread or poached eggs with smoked bacon, wine and onion sauce.

    But the star is the homemade foie gras based on a mysterious recipe -or so the story tells- accompanied with seasonal products (dried figs, currants and spiced bread in winter, corn bread, pear jelly and candied kumquat or mini hamburgers, apple compote). Don’t forget to try the lemon cake or chocolate mousse with seasonal fruit before you leave. And yes, you will return: not only for the food, but you will also want them to tell you again their story. They’ll be delighted.

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  • WINE TOURIST MAGAZINE

    EXPLORING LOCAL FOOD

    ...
    You will also want to explore the cities rich gastronomy. Bodega El Pimpi is a traditional spot for Málaga food and wine. Wandering about the streets, you will also come across the French restaurant La Brujhada, the tasty Taberna Uvedoble or Los Patios de Beatas...
    ...

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  • SUR/Málaga en la mesa : Esperanza Peláez viene a probar La Brujhada ...

    Fabienne y Patrice abrieron, a principios de este año, uno de los pocos restaurantes de cocina francesa que se pueden encontrar en la capital malagueña. Escogieron para su negocio la encantadora calle San Agustín, a pocos metros del Museo Picasso, y, en lugar de optar por un negocio centrado en el turista, apostaronpor un restaurante muy personal, con un toque intimista y alternativo.
    El concepto del restaurante se basa en la dualidad bruja-hada ; claro-oscuro, y esa dualidad se traslada a la carta, no solo para señalar platos más especiados o potentes frente a otros ligeros y suaves, sino para diferenciar la escueta carta estable, que cambia por temporadas, de una oferta de cocina centrada en las distintas regiones de Francia que se ofrece a un precio muy asequible y va rotando cada pocas semanas.
    la cocina es de elaboración totalmente casera, desde el notable foie, que en la carta de verano se presenta en una minihamburgusa con manzanas, uvas y sésamos, hasta los deliciosos postres, con especialidad como los macarons (de sabores y rellenos variados), las tartas o la mousse de chocolate. Entre los salados, se destacan además el huevo escalfado con salsa borgoñesa al vino, bacon, champiñones y pan de mañz o la tartina de pan de especias, crema de jamón y verduras glaseadas, aparte de sugerencias más ligeras como la ensalada de remolacha, zanahorias a la naranja, rabanitos y peras. la especialidad en principales más ecomiendada por Patrice, el propietario, que atiende personalmente las mesas, es el clásico Tournedos Rossini, pero hay alternativas como refrescantes tartares de sálmon o ternera o las mollejas de ternera.

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  • Ling, revista a bordo de Vueling

    María Bayón, periodista para la revista Ling, pasó y descubrí la calle San Agustín... y La Brujhada.
    Le gustó tanto que ha escrito un articulo en el Ling de junio 2015 :)

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