What's it like - dine at Martin Berasategui, the best restaurant in the world
• What is it like - dine at Martin Berasategui, the best restaurant in the world
Recently, the popular travel service TripAdvisor, based on feedback from travelers, Martin Berasategui called the best restaurant in the world.
Located in the stunning Basque Country in Spain, Martin Berasategui offers a unique and innovative dishes that visitors are unlikely to find in any other place.
According to guest reviews and traveler rating TripAdvisor, Martin Berasategui - the best restaurant in the world.
The restaurant is located in a small town called Lasarte-Oria in the picturesque Basque Country in northern Spain.
The restaurant is named after the owner and chef Martin Berasategui.
Berasategui - Spanish chef, who was awarded a total of eight Michelin stars. This is more than any other chef from Spain.
He also has his own group of restaurants, which includes places around the world - from Spain to China.
Sam Martin Berasategui has three Michelin stars. The restaurant hall is simple, but elegant, with white tablecloths and flowers on each table.
The restaurant has an outdoor terrace overlooking the large lawn.
In the kitchen, enough space for the chef to cook the delicious dishes offered by the restaurant.
The Martin Berasategui has a menu A La Carte, and the tasting menu.
The tasting menu consists of 14 dishes and is worth about $ 235.
It may seem that 14 dishes - it's a lot, but in fact the portions are quite small.
And this is the cause. "We have destroyed the spirit of these foods if served very large portions", - stated in the menu.
Serving sizes are the same as in the case of the order according to the menu, so order a few different dishes will not be superfluous.
snacks cost is about $ 50 each, the second dishes - about 80 dollars, and desserts - about 37 dollars.
The restaurant serves a variety of dishes - from monkfish liver to blue vanilla and apple pie. There are also preparing wild rabbits, tripe stew, oysters, truffles and classics such as lamb chops on the grill, roast tenderloin, spinach, chocolate cake and macaroons.
Meals are served in a unique way.
Most of them look like a work of art, rather than the food.
Visitors Martin Berasategui leaves the highest honors, talking about the "gastronomic highlight" and "a masterpiece of Basque cooking."
Of course, a visit to the restaurant is not cheap, but the visitors agree that it's worth it.