The famous and highly regarded Michelin guide to the very best restaurants awards Michelin stars to two Spanish restaurants, in its 2018 Michelin Guide. ABaC in Barcelona, along with Aponiente, near Cadiz were both given the accolade of three Michelin stars.
If you are looking for a taste of the highest gourmet cuisine that Spain has to offer, then you can try out these two recently awarded restaurants. The ABaC restaurant found in Barcelona is headed by the top Catalan chef Jordi Cruz. The Manresa-born chef received his first Michelin star in 2004 at age 24 and now heads the 3*** winning restaurant ABaC in Barcelona.
The ABaC restaurant’s menu includes gastronomic pleasures, such as Galician Salmon and cured yolk egg, trout eggs, soya butter and Nori textures, Stewed tuna morillo and bone- marrow with sherry and Infused and frozen wood and bark with vanilla, chocolate, species, treacle and resin. A fixed menu costs between €140 and €170 with optional wine pairing.
The Aponiente is set in a characteristic 19th century mill in El Puerto de Santa María, Cadiz. The Michelin starred restaurant is headed by chef Angel León and its menu includes. Fresh out of the sea options such as Char-grilled sardines / Tuna and onion soup / Brined anchovory, fresh sardine in vinegar or Sea-urchin and caviar royale and can be topped off with an Almond souffle for dessert.
There’s two of the finest gastronomical restaurants to try in 2018.