Mao brings a touch of class to Chinese cuisine on the Costa del Sol in Spain

mao brings a touch of class to chinese cuisine on the costa del sol in spain

HAD enough of insipid sweet and sour and unimaginative fried rice? Well now there is an alternative on the Costa del Sol.

I popped along to try Mao at Riviera del Sol having heard nothing but good things since it opened on April 9 – and I was not to be disappointed.

The good vibes started the moment I walked through the door – it is part of the Max Beach complex – and was greeted by manager Ignacio. Heading up a young and friendly team he kept a watchful eye over proceedings. Not that he needed to – the service was excellent. The well trained waiters were knowledgeable about the food – just as well as I did not recognise many of the dishes created by the talented chefs brigade.

But with a little guidance, we selected a meal that did not disappoint. Head chef Patrice Godino has brought all his French flair to bear in composing a series of stunning dishes.

He has spent years in the Far East and fused techniques and ingredients from all over the region to give the Chinese dishes a twist.

Roasted meat is among the stars on the menu, with the Royal Mao Chinese Barbeque looking particularly attractive: half a crispy duck, half a Special Cantonese Chicken and Char Siu Pork, all served with pancakes…

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