Disguised as an ordinary “tapas” gourmet restaurant from the famous chef Carles Abellán – a student of Ferran Adrius, who is involved in many projects of the great master, including El Bulli (Roses) and Hacienda Benanuza (Seville). The cornerstone of Spanish cuisine, the culture of tapas, takes the strangest forms here, creatively interpreting the gastronomy of Asia, Latin America and America. Only here you can try unusual dishes such as a salad of sardines with orange and wasabi, tuna tartar, lollipop quail, piglet burrito with guacamole and green sauce, or salad salad of orchids, ice grass and mushrooms. The maestro himself characterizes the kitchen of Comerç 24 as “with roots, but without borders.” The institution is located in an old canning factory building, in the heart of the bohemian Bourne and has a fashionable design with an “open” kitchen, a bar and a restaurant in one space. Continue reading
The Spaniards are great lovers and connoisseurs of good cuisine, since the climate, sea and traditions give them a unique feast culture, joyful, vibrant, with intense tastes and aromas and without any frills in the cooking technique. In recent years, a new generation of chefs has come onto the stage of Spanish gastronomy – young, desperate heads who are ready to experiment with traditional cuisine, but above all, excellent professionals who have gone through a tough international school. It is they who today own the majority of the stars awarded by the famous Michelin rating.
Michelin-starred Barcelona restaurants are mostly small establishments with creative cuisine, thoughtful design, specific atmosphere and prices, often pleasantly different from French and Geneva. The main difference lies in the plane of the price category, decor and decor – it remains only to choose a combination to your taste. By the way, most of the “star” establishments are located at luxury hotels, which is rather not a trend, but a tradition: the best restaurants in Catalonia have long been located at the living rooms. We offer a list of Barcelona restaurants with Michelin stars. Continue reading
Over the years of my professional activity, I have conducted many workshops of various formats and contents and formulated important, in my understanding, the rules for their success. I would like to introduce you to these rules today.
1. Take the place and time of the master class seriously. In the kitchen of an average restaurant, no more than 3 people can be involved in a master class. Master classes should be held in the morning, when the restaurant has few visitors and work is still in full swing! Often customers are asked to hold a master class in the kitchen in the evening (so that it turns into a romantic dinner) or offer to hold a master class in the kitchen for a large campaign. I explain for what reasons this is not possible, and the guests treat them with understanding. Continue reading