During my last vacation in Alicante Miss Sushi caught my eye immediately. Not only its gay interior with lots of pink, dark walls and silver notes which can easily been seen through its vast windows make me stop but its humongous variety of different dishes is thrilling. They serve sushi in all different kind and colors like tempuras, exitos, tartar, cakes, sashimi, tataki, nikkei, vegetal sushi, temakis, sushi desserts and many others. You have to have a look at the menu yourself!
Miss Sushi is open only for tree months yet and every time I walked through calle Castaños 3 in Alicante, the restaurant was very busy and people had to been turned away when they didn’t reserve a table before.
This is what I did and I had two fabulous dinners within two weeks with my love. The delicious Miss Sushi Combos are pure pleasure for eye and stomach and are served by attentive, friendly and cute waiters.
Miss Sushi are available as take aways or home delivery, too.
If you are a sushi junkie you’d better have a go when you stroll the streets of Alicante!
¡Buen provecho chicos!
12 July 2014
Come numerous and make a point for LGBT community!
We’re fine in Spain but there are many countries where gay people are still oppressed, put to jail or even killed for being different.
Join to make a point. Thank you.
Stay proud and fabulous,
Friday 7 June, GaGa Club in Alicante held this year’s Mr Gay Alicante Contest.
Happy winner of this year’s title is Daniel Carreño, 26 years old from a small village near Alicante.
Congratulations Daniel and all the best for representing LGBT community this year and good luck for the upcoming Mr Gay España in Madrid on 4 July 2014!
Stay fabulous and amazeballs,
The very talented artist, art professor and dear friend Fefeto is having a gay pop icon exposition these days in Restaurant Fresas y Chocolate in Alicante. The pictures on show are originals from his last Comic Anselmo which was edited in July 2013.
Hurry up if you want to see them in place while eating delicious food because the exposition ends these days. If you don’t find time to go there visit his blog Guapos de Papel and explore more of his precious and fun drawings.
I hope there will be much more of these in the future to make a point in gay culture. Good luck to you, Fefeto!