Amazing dining experience. Interesting flavours and textures combinations. Food wise, it compares very well with some other one Michelin star restaurants we have been to (I think some of them are overrated in the UK!). it might even have what it takes for a second star, as everything was well executed, appetising, with lots of flavours and on the creative side wihtout falling into molecular cuisine... the decor is beautiful and comfortable, tables well spaced. It might be missing the second star due to the service, very kind and helpful but had a few minor glitches. The wine list could do with more choice for smaller bottles or served by the glass. Also, it is a shame there is no option to have the pairing wines with the menus, there are so many exciting discoveries to make on local and spanish wines! Not a cheap one star Michelin though. One 6 course menu and one 8 course menu plus aperitif, wine and one coffee was 450EUR (and we did not splash on the glass of Krug at more than 40EUR!!)
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