Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel ResortLanzarote, is holding a series of ‘Gastronomy Days’ from September to November this year that will feature two world renowned chefs, twice Michelin StarredSoenil Bahadoerand‘best chef in Belgium’,Lode de Roover.
In addition to the ‘Gastronomy Days’, the resort has recently launched ‘Kilómetro Cero’ which takes guests to a local high-welfare farm to see where the hotel sources it’s food.Kilómetro Cero has been born of Princesa Yaiza’s restaurant Isla de Lobos’s philosophy to tackle the disintegration of local food traditions and a lack of interest in sustainability
Home to eight different restaurants each offering a different international cuisine including impressive Japanese show-cooking, guests atPrincesa Yaiza can taste the finest food from around the world without leaving the hotel.
Michelin-starred Gastronomy – Lode de Roover and Soenil Bahadoer
The first guest chef to grace the hotel’s gourmetIsla do Lobosrestaurant is ‘best chef in Belgium’,Lode de Roover. Lode has worked at some of the country’s top restaurants, including three-Michelin-starred Comme Chez Soi in Brussels, and is currently owner and head chef at Fleur de Lin in Zele. Guests can expect imaginative dishes with masterfully combined ingredients, flavours and textures from his bespoke set menu, available from the 29thof September to the 1stof October.
From the 9thto the 11thNovember guests can sample the two-Michelin-starred chefSoenil Bahadoer’sdishes. Suriname-born and from a traditional Hindu background, he currently manages his De Lindehof restaurant in central Eindhoven. His cuisine is notable for a high dose of creativity, together with exotic influences and a deep understanding of the basic cookery techniques.
On the last Saturday of every month guests of Princesa Yaiza will have the chance to discover the source of the resort’s award-winning food and explore where their food comes from on a tour of theFinca De Uga‘quesería’ with the resort’s chef Victor Bossecker. The Finca De Uga is no ordinary farm, the landscaped property houses animals in large enclosures in beautiful surroundings and maintains the highest welfare standards. The 60 Jersey cows, 400 Majorera goats and 250 Canarian sheep are nurtured with a special diet and plenty of care and affection, including listening to music each day!
The farm supplies only a very few restaurants on the island and guests will be lucky enough to feast on this produce at Princesa Yaiza’s award-winning Isla de Lobos restaurant which offers a specially crafted menu that focuses on local produce and traditional Canarian recipes.
For further details visitwww.princesayaiza.comor call +34 928 519 300