Breakfasts in Spain’s capital for around €5 or less If you’re from Britain then travelling in the Eurozone can be quite expensive given the current exchange rate – a disadvantageous €1.13 = £1 at the time of writing. Since this makes chocolate gold coins worth more than sterling on the continent, eating three square meals … Continue reading
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El Bulli is closing
I’ve never dined at El Bulli, allegedly the world’s best restaurant, which saddens me greatly as the famed Spanish institution is due to shut its doors shortly. The New York Times is marking the closure of Ferran Adrià’s seminal restaurant with a look at where Spanish haute cuisine and molecular gastronomy, or cocina de vanguardia as Adrià would … Continue reading
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