We have creativity in our DNA. We try to open new avenues although we're aware we weren't the ones to start the path. We extract perspective, flavour and coherence from work that many have done before us. We delve into the depths of time and take what we need so that we can reason with logic. We progress from the respect that we get from everything that's been done; and from that very point, we can really understand what's novel.
Our cuisine doesn't try to be pretentious; but it is unique. We feel the need to reinvent ourselves; to surprise ourselves. The numerous hours spent in front of the stove, trialling and testing, lead us to create something different: our own rhetoric with familiar words and many new ones. We don't intend to be unique or sparkling like a shooting star, but we're certain that what we create can't be eaten anywhere else in the world.
Great cuisine is only possible with the finest products. The first surprise that we've got ready for our diners is the quality, freshness and natural flavour of our ingredients. We search for incredible flavours across the world and are certain that the best are closest to home. The backbone of our cuisine is the products we use. Our most acclaimed recipes are those that bring out the very best of our excellent raw materials.
A sulphurised steel lattice screen dominates the lobby that welcomes us. The restaurant's elegant lounges invite us to get comfortable and take pleasure in the order, shapes, and materials used to meticulously decorate them. Oak parquet flooring finished with rustic grey wax. Oval tables that give the space character and provide diners with an intimate setting. Ceiling and perimeter lighting that put the dish in the spotlight and provide a warm ambience. Lace and satin textiles in hues of grey, which frame large windows that look out onto the garden. Spazzolato oak doors and furniture and an ebony bookshelf with brass inserts. Luxury detailing that echoes its acclaimed gastronomy.
Wine, show me the art of seeing my own history, as if it were already a handful of ashes in memory. Jorge Luis Borges
Every wine has its own story, full of adventures, challenges and victories, which sit there protected between the cork and glass, waiting to be narrated by our palate.A hidden, fresh and shaded library that houses stories of nearby and faraway lands, some temperate and others more rugged, but all designed to fill us with joy.
Tens of places to visit, hundreds of landscapes to enjoy, thousands of stories to explain.
Wine cheers the sad, revives the old, inspires the young, makes weariness forget his toil. Lord Byron