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Ramon Freixa

Ramon Freixa Review

Celebrity-chef Ferran Adrià once stated that his dream was to cook for only one guest at a time, and Ramon Freixa, a Catalan and another of the handful of chefs who are raising the bar of Spanish cuisine, gets close to Adrià's fantasy at this small restaurant with only seven tables. The experience in the baroque-inspired setting is best enjoyed by true connoisseurs, considering that some of the dishes are so sophisticated and intricate they're served on up to three different plates. "Less is more" is definitely not the motto here, as dishes like the "deconstructed tomato"—10 different varieties of tomato cooked in 10 different ways—proves, but if you have the wallet, this is a delicious adventure.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Closed Sun. and Mon.
Updated: 07-10-2013

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