Casanis Group - Gastronomic Culture



Under the leadership of Fabián Cangas, Casanis Group has positioned itself as one of the leading culinary groups in Spain.

We work in harmony with nature and strive to protect its precious resources using the freshest and seasonal products from the local market and our own organic garden.

Always a Casanis specialties we always recommend our tomatoes from our organic garden, Kenyan beans, escargots, fillet wellington when available, beef tartare and any of our homemade desserts.

Fabián Cangas, co-owner and executive chef, is in charge of the gastronomic proposal of La Plage Casanis.

He is committed to Mediterranean recipes with certain French touches that culminate with an Argentinean grill, the hallmark of the house.

His philosophy in the kitchen is none other than a highest respect for the product. In his own words “We like simplicity, good product, as well as friendly customer service”.

Mamzel’s cuisine relies heavily on the cultural diversity of its chefs, such as our tandoori read, specially handmade in a tandoori oven by an Indian chef, or our ceviches, prepared by a Peruvian chef.

Our signature cocktails, by the hand of our executive mixologist Colo Linari, are tailor-made creations where every aroma, texture and flavor fit perfectly into Mamzel’s concept. Fresh and balanced cocktails, full of instagrammable details for the lovers of the social networks.

Traditional French cuisine is our greatest heritage.

Our chef, Fabián Cangas, creates lifelong dishes with a fresh perspective.

His travels around the world and experience allow him to bring expression and freshness to the classics of traditional French cuisine.

The Mediterranean influence brings diversity to a variety of dishes. As with all his menus, Fabián Cangas focuses on the quality of the products, simplicity and flavour, his hallmark of pure cuisine.

Traditional cuisine with a modern twist is the definition of dining at Nota Blu New Brasserie.

The daily specials, the presentation of fresh fish and seafood in the open kitchen and the rotating wood oven are just some of the details that make up the variety and flavour of our traditional French cuisine.