We stumbled across this restaurant as the one we were going to, next door, was closed. Just our luck: this was one of the best experiences of our trip.
A small setting (and - as usual - quiet for dinner), the chef is now Maitre d' and has all attention for you. He really does his best at English too.
The tasting menu (at € 59) is really worth it: it combined all the best dishes we saw on the menu. How about a millefeuille of foie, or a Valencian salad where the traditional ingredients were all presented in a surprising form: cream of lettuce, olive grissini, caramelized onion and tomato sorbet. The dessert was fabulous too: a Mojito (with rum jelly, lime foam and mint sorbet) and chocolate selection (mousse, ice cream etc.).
This restaurant would get a Michelin * if they had a better infrastructure. Until then, enjoy this great find!
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