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How Spanish chefs are winning in Asia

Beautiful, delicate pintxos—a type of tapas from Spain's Basque region—with olives, cucumbers, anchovies (right).

In Asian nations, there's a big appetite for small plates. Tapas culture—the sharing of dishes among groups of friends—has close ties to the dining culture in China and other Asian nations, making it a natural fit, says Miguel Utque, vice president of the recently formed Spanish Chefs' Association in Asia.

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Topics: Feature, Food, China, Tapas, Restaurant trends in Asia, Restaurant trends in China, Spanish restaurant trends

Four new restaurant trends sweeping through Spain

 A return to classics such as seafood paella is just one of four trends sweeping through Spanish restaurants

At the end of 2012, the New York Times noted the surge of Spanish modernism as a global cuisine. As critics celebrated the technical, flavorful feats of mad food scientist Ferran Adría and his disciples, there seemed to be only one problem with the hot new trend—everyone wanting to know “what's next?”

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Topics: Featured, Food, Tapas, Spain, Gastrobotanics, Basque cuisine, Spanish Modernism, Pinxtos, Spanish restaurant trends

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