We are back on March 17th. The music keeps playing
There are passions that do not change. Music is very important in everything I do and every day I choose a song.
Illustrated book El viatge de l’esfinx, by the artist Joan Verdú
El viatge de l’esfinx is a story written and drawn by the artist Joan Verdú in 1989, which was never published. The beginning of the story takes place in a real location in the city of Valencia. The entrance to the Pont de Fusta is escorted by two stone sphinxes, one on each side. For sale the book with seventeen images that contain the characteristic color range of the Mediterranean Sea, the real and the imagined.
Give dreams, give dinner of the senses (January 15th and 16th)
Be an accomplice of a unique sensory experience and give away a great culinary story with unforgettable moments full of unexpected sensations that diners will never forget. The first thing is to close your eyes and let your senses flow. Or almost all the senses. Next Dinner of the Senses, January 15th and 16th.
Domingo Chinchilla reads at the restaurant (26th January)
For over 20 years, Domingo Chinchilla has seduced diners reciting poetry and literary texts over dinner.
Dramatic reading 38502B (20th February 2021)
Domingo Chinchilla, Quique Culebras and Ana Campos perform in this dramatic reading of a play written by Domingo himself. Afterwards, guests will enjoy a superb food tasting experience provided by Joaquín Schmidt. A perfect combination of dramatic art, cuisine, and good conversation. Limited seating.
Benja Carreres’ exhibition returns (21st March 2021)
Which objects will have a second life? In April 2020, an exhibition by Valencian sculptor Benja Carreres was “cooked up” but could not be "served" due to COVID-19. We took our first steps, nonetheless. (Interview on EsRadio).
One year later than originally planned, Carreres will salvage those recycled materials to give them a second life.
Old utensils come to life on the new website of the Valencian sculptor Benja Carreres
Old objects condemned to be part of a junkyard are resurrected in a second life thanks to the creativity of Benja Carreres. A website, which is the home of a rooster, a cook, a queen, an octopus and even Don Quixote, shows us the beauty of things.
Certain things are here to stay. Following this new situation, our cooking classes will be held on-line. If you would like to attend a class or treat someone to one, contact us via email (soon we will expand information).
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