We took the EUR40 tasting menu and that is really good value. The wooden interior is carefully done with comfortable chairs and the cutlery is bespoke too. Lucia Freitas kicks things off with snacks and you immediately have your taste buts in overdrive. Personally I prefer chopsticks to pick the food, not my hands. Croquettas with chocolate is not something you'd expect as a starter and so too the corn soup. For us the ceviche of scallops with ice cream and caviar was a highlight. So too the tomatoes with figs. We knew we had chosen the right restaurant. The hake and the pig dish were technically executed to perfection but perhaps less daring than the dishes before. The 'la vie en rose' was a delightful desert and so too the biscuits. Happy to recommend the 2010 Allende Rioja. With some tweaks I'm sure Lucia and her brigade will go places. One to try and experience. Certainly one to follow.
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