Spain is famous for its tapas and this place, opened by Albert Raurich who was the former chef de cuisine of El Bulli, is the new age version of a tapas bar. The Asian influences create very interesting flavours hence it was probably no surprise to anyone following the global food scene that Michelin awarded them one star soon after they opened.
The restaurant is split in two, the more informal and no-reservations bar and the counter around the kitchen, which is were we sat and which offers a front-row view of all the action. The food is really interesting and tasteful, with our favourite dishes being the cabbage kimchi with warm sashimi squid, the Nippon burger, and the disassembled sushi.
Crispy Chicken skins
Steamed dumplings of fresh shrimps and Iberian pork