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Hailing from Spain's Basque Country, Canales explained that a love for cooking runs deep among residents there.Its location is reflected in its cuisine, and Canales attributed the strength of his region's dishes to the Basque's reliance on fish and other seafood.Opened in 1999, it wasn't long before Etxanobe was awarded one Michelin star.During his 16 years as a restaurant owner, Canales became determined to spread his love of the distinctive Basque cuisine. His cooking focuses a lot on fish and Basque flavors that he incorporates into simple and healthy dishes. However, don't let this simplicity fool you, Canales said. The name goes back to the movie of the same name starring Rita Hayworth, Canales said, apparently because the actress was among the first to attend the San Sebastian Film Festival, held in a town in the Basque Country, where Gilda was being screened.In addition to owning Etxanobe, Canales and his team buy up struggling restaurants.If Canales feels hesitant about a certain dish, he prepares several other ones for comparison and then chooses the best to be served.
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