Disfrutar, the Barcelona bastion of Ferran Adria’s Spanish molecular cuisine run by elBulli alumni Eduard Xatruch, Mateu Casañas and Oriol Castro, has rolled out a menu for takeaway and delivery as the city copes with a second wave of the coronavirus crisis. The trio’s sister restaurant Compartir is also offering options for takeaway and delivery.
While there is no full lockdown in the city of Barcelona, the local government is mulling over weekend lockdowns, and people are being encouraged to stay at home. Barcelona is a famously liberal stronghold, where personal freedoms are taken very seriously, yet with footfall down across the hospitality sector, pivoting to takeout is a wise move.
Here are some images of the takeout/delivery options from Disfrutar:
An assortment of creative snacks for 2, a set of different flavours and textures
Panchino stuffed with caviar, enclosed inside a light brioche (signature dish).
Tomatoes and strawberries, with liquid ravioli of pesto sauce, Parmesan buttermilk, basil, balsamic vinegar and crunchy parmesan cheese.
Noodles with prawns and mussels, with a Thai spicy sauce based on prawn juice, coconut milk, kaffir lime, citronelle and coriander.
Creamy cheesecake with crumble, red berries, raisins, kirsch jelly and mimetic cherry
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