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
Sure they look beautiful and look delicious and also look insanely expensive and instagram worthy, but I would rather pig out in a seafood restaurant. No offense but I still would love to taste these dishes
Is it just me or are 1 Michelin star restaurants in Europe just WAY above 1 Michelin Stars in USA? I have eaten at multiple 1 Michelin stars in Europe that make the 1 Michelin in California look like food from a diner... Why is the standard so much lower in the US?
I hate reading comments about how expensive it probably is, or how little you get. When Judging a restaurant, the taste and quality of the food is priority beyond anything else. It's because people look at the prices why this entire industry is not getting paid enough and is stuck at minimum wage 98% of the time. Move forward with this industry foodies!
starting watching at min 2 --- that first course is way too big portion. also just after they are scooping caviar with a METAL spoon and giving tiny amounts of it. wtf. this is probably a $250+ meal and it looks like meh