Sadly, our waitlist wish of dining at Cellar de can Roca didn’t come true. Our final day in Girona was warm and sunny and, noticeably, windless. So, before jumping on a very lovely high speed train to Barcelona, we made it our mission to experience something Roca – ice cream. Situated on Carrer Santa Clara, just by the Saint Agusti Bridge (the criss cross … More Rocambolesc, ice cream heaven.
After much researching and availability checking, NN and I decided our blow out meal in Madrid would be lunch at the Michelin starred Punto MX. Run by chef Roberto Ruiz, this is the first Mexican restaurant to be awarded a star. The menu aims to use traditional and modern methods to create authentic yet contemporary … More Pinto MX, Michelin starred Mexican in Madrid, restaurant review
When we booked our New Year’s trip to Madrid, NN only had one request when it came to food and that was that we visit Botin, the oldest restaurant in the world, founded in 1725 and,as such, in the Guinness Book. This is not only a restaurant but also a tourist attraction. With menus in … More Botin, the oldest restaurant in the world