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Open since December 2014, the restaurant Disfrutar (in English “Enjoy”) arose after years of intense work at elBulli, where Mateu Casañas, Oriol Castro and Eduard Xatruch met and trained professionally, and after reaffirming the work done at Compartir opened in April 2012 in Cadaqués. Disfrutar is not a replica of Compartir, but they are united by inherent aspects that reflect the three chefs and owners: a comfortable and welcoming ambience; attentive, close and relaxed, with a great team led in the kitchen by Nil, Antonio and Francesca and in the dining room by Toni, Patricia, Rubén and Vicente. In Barcelona the gastronomic offer revolves around the tasting menu, with clearly avant-garde cuisine…
We went for lunch, going on the waiting list & taking any cancellation that came up. It turned out to have been the very best option for us - we had arrived in Barcelona 2 hours earlier. It meant we stopped rushing & set the...More
We visited Disfrutar with a group of 5 Bulgarian pastry chef and had a great time. I personally have been to a few two michelin star restaurants but never one with the concept of tapas/bite sized portions. I actually think that's it's quite unique and...More
This was my first visit to a two starmichelin restaurant and frankly I expected more!
Regarding design and comfort I would say nothing special.
The somelier was perfect but most of the waiters were quite strange. A girl had dirty nails , the non speaking...More
Wow i cannot stress how perfect this dinner was,from the start to finish just excellence and perfection what masters and geniuses of their craft truly, a one of a kind experience i cannot wait to see them get their 3 michelin star, it is just...More
"Amazing" doesn't cover it really. The imagination, the attention to detail is incredible, but the whole experience is so well thought out. There is a real passion in what Disfrutar do, and we loved hearing about the background behind the food/wine. Too many good courses...More
In a city that has some great restaurants, I think I would go to Disfrutar again and again. The whole menu is mind blowing. All the courses surprise you and they are incredibly tasty. The three chefs have already crafted many classics (carbonara, whiskey cake,...More
Feast for eyes and taste buds. We were greeted warmly when we arrived and then they gave us a tour of the kitchen. We met two of the owners. Tasting menu options are classic or seasonal 150 euro or 190 euro. Every dish was tasty...More
I was blown away over and over again at this meal! We opted for the classic 195 euros menu of 30 courses and were stuffed!!! It took about 3 hours and each dish never failed to surprise us! It’s a really awesome gastronomic experience and...More
Where the work of Ferran and Albert Adria stopped, Eduard Xatruch continued. His constant curiosity for new techniques, such as stuffing a brioche with caviar or taking the pasta out of carbonara, make Disfrutar what it is: a well-deserved two star restaurant that is on...More
Bright contemporary decor supported by an attentive staff that introduces each dish with a flair for the unexpected. The quality was top notch yet once complete you cannot help but reflect on the visual experience itself.
Passing through the glorious Plaça Catalunya, you enter the newer city district of Eixample, literally translated as “extension,” which immediately becomes recognizable by its more spacious streets and elegant atmosphere. The main artery of this sizable district, Passeig de Gracia, is lined with high-end international designer stores. Not to be outdone, the glitz and glamour of this zone is perhaps best
exemplified by the comfortable and lavish five-star hotels that flank the divine and modernistic buildings from some of the world’s most recognized architects such as Gaudi and Montaner.
Response from loirewinefan | Reviewed this property |
I agree. It's unlikely you'll be offered a choice as there as so few covers. We had a private table away from the main restaurant close to the bar but had an amazing time. You will enjoy it wherever you are I'm sure... More
I agree. It's unlikely you'll be offered a choice as there as so few covers. We had a private table away from the main restaurant close to the bar but had an amazing time. You will enjoy it wherever you are I'm sure. Unforgettable!