Mugaritzinvites ten lucky guests for a preview of their brand new menu in their annual dinner event: “You Open the Doors to Mugaritz” taking placeon 11 April.
The prize from the pioneering San Sebastian restaurant and consistent contender in the World's Best 50 Restaurants, offers five guests (plus chosen dining companion) the chance preview Mugaritz's tasting menu for 2017 (on the house), which promises to not only "play with the senses" but to "push prejudices aside."
Experimental chef Andoni Luis Aduriz and team, have dedicated over 9000 hours to shaping the dishes for the year ahead, and in a characteristic shake-up of the norm there are guaranteed to be some unexpected twists in a menu punctuated with sweetness and where 80% of the dishes won't require cutlery.
How to Win Dinner at Mugaritz
For your chance to take part in what will be an unforgettable gastronomic journey as Mugaritz's guest, register your interest at ‘You open the doors to Mugaritz’ on the Mugaritz website between 10.00 on 30 March and 12.00 on 3 April.
The dinner will take on 11 April, a day before the restaurant re-opens to the public.
Here are some examples of Mugaritz's dishes:
Gelatinous chicken Mille-feuille. Roasted garlic paste and sour greens.
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