Go Through the Entire 19-Course Tasting Menu of a Michelin-Starred Barcelona Restaurant

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If you find yourself in Barcelona, Spain, pay a visit to a Disfrutar, a Michelin-star restaurant opened by a three chefs who consider themselves close enough to be brothers. Together, their goal is to bring laid-back, creative Mediterranean food to local diners and travelers alike.

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Go Through the Entire 19-Course Tasting Menu of a Michelin-Starred Barcelona Restaurant

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  1. "Laid back and down to earth" Having gone to Spain and this strip – He means it – when you are in Europe you experience things tat are very counterintuitive to the "western" or any other "regular" way of doing things – like a restaurant with a super high end menu that's down to earth -seems impossible? – He is not kidding – believe it.

  2. The best meals I have ever had have been in Spain, but it was not transparent pasta or super small dishes. Spain – Lovely architecture, good food but you have to search for it.

  3. I KNEW this could not be a restaurant in NYC. Yes probably the most inventive and best tasting food I've ever had was in a quiet BARCELONA restaurant, where the chef literally lived upstairs, came downstairs and made each dish himself. Probably the best kept secret in NYC – is where to get good food.

  4. well, its cool but i wish we actually got to see a review of all the dishes instead of the guy making it and telling them how to eat it, then moving on to the next dish..

  5. All these gastros who serve like half an olive en' crute are always the most arrogant, self indulged persons.

  6. Holy 🐮 I won’t last long if this course meal is at 19 meal after meal my own tummy can handle 3 or 4 small meals who would eat this way

  7. I jus can’t figure out how u spend all this money n someone is telling u what to eat 1st . I mean I guess to do it once for an experience ok but to dine frequently in a place like this is crazy

  8. I originally worked there as a the Gueridon Chef but when we
    started doing mucous mornay I was promoted to the Mucoudon Chef and would
    finish the dish at the table

  9. amazing techniques, simplified to what’s essential and what works!!!! felt like eleven madison park / tickets!!!! now googling how to stage here, soon to be the number one restaurant in the world if they continue at this level probably add a more sustainable or dan barber-esque resourcing style and they got in the bag!! i understand how many people can’t comprehend the art level of this food and call it pretentious, because they don’t understand the beauty of food and the labor that goes so much with it, mad respect to these guys they did el Bulli proud!!! this is now currently my favorite restaurant, next to Gaggan, EMP, and Tickets (never ate in any of these) just purely based on their Philosophy!!!

  10. I'd love to spend a months food budget on one visit to a restaurant. Too bad I'm stuck with pot noodles and Rustlers burgers for now.

  11. this stuff just looks so dumb, like its probably fun for the chefs since they get to experiment but i would never order this sort of thing even if i was super rich lol

  12. Incredible amazing skill and presentation but would never spend money at a place like that unless money was no object to me. I’d need to eat somewhere else as this would not fill me at all.

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