Gourmet Dinner in a Michelin Chef's Kitchen
Experience exciting new flavor combinations that show off Spanish cuisine, made with the freshest local products and inspired by the chef's time working in Spain's best restaurants.
• Seasonal tasting menu of Michelin-level local cuisine
• Wine pairings throughout the meal
• Dine in the chef's open kitchen and watch him cook while you eat!
About your host, Xabi: Chef Xabi began studying cuisine at the age of 18, then started working in restaurants all around the country. He knows the secrets of this magical cuisine, as well as some tricks for how to create art on your plate.
Tapenade of seaweed and quinoa with trout roe
Spring gazpacho, tuna cured and spring fruits.
Potato ravioli stuffed with mushrooms and truffle mayonnaise.
Scallops with butifarra and rice false plankton.
veal tail versus pork tail iberico al mole negro
asparagus with egg yolk and orange emulsion.
Fresh cheese mousse and beetroot, “stones” green tea and pistachio.
Chestnut foam with red berries and coffee biscuit
Chocolate with lentils.
I was born in San Sebastian in the Basque Country, a land of great chefs.
I soon realized that cooking was my passion, and I began studying cuisine at the age of 18.
I started working in restaurants all around the country and know the secrets of this magical cuisine as well as some tricks for how to create art on your plate.
I later decided to try working in some of Spain's most famous restaurants and had the honour of working alongside some of Spain's best chef (El racó d'en Freixa and Casa Marcial, each with two Michelin stars ). These were eight years of great sacrifice, and after this, I started a new career to follow my desire of doing new projects, but still related to cooking.
I started teaching cuisine and curating the gourmet section of a local TV channel (L'Hospitalet TV), advising several bars' and restaurants' menus, and leading projects relating art and cooking. During this exciting 5-year season I harvested great experiences and memories.
But besides all this, I was missing a place to cook my own way, a small place to host occasional gourmet dinners. I thought the best way was a home that allows me to combine life and this idea of private dining. I've spent a lot of time looking for the right place, but it was worth waiting and today, I am happy after 3 years of "Club Gastronomico Sant Rita". Being an EatWith host is a great adventure, which allows me me to share my cuisine with the guests in a very intimate and personal way.
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Disfruta de las ciudades experimentando con actividades y enriquece tu vida.