Barra en la zona de degustación con taburetes de Carmenes/ Bar in the tasting area with Carmenes stools
De izquierda a derecha: entrada del local, bancos corridos en el área de bakery y carta de degustación./ From left to right: entrance to the premises, seating-banks in the bakery area and
gourmet tasting menu.
vers part of the inner courtyard of the block.
A large gabled roof covered in ceramic, rests
on light metal horses, and has as an exclamation
mark a central skylight that bathes light
throughout the space during the day. In order
to unify the different planes, the ensemble
has been dyed in warm colours.
The nave hosts most of the gourmet tasting
area, topped transversely by a large kitchen
that produces various types of dishes-cold,
rice, charcoal and fusion. The kitchen is wrapped
around a lattice of terracotta tiles.
An urban garden in the loft
Geometric volumes in glass and metal deployé
mesh, hide the cellar and function as a
distributor head to the loft. Located in it are
offices, cold chambers, and an urban garden
that will supply some of the products for the
The lower part of the loft is the most intimate
space in the room. Dedicated to the charcoal
kitchen, it is crowned by a showcase revealing
meat maturing and has a running bench that
covers it longitudinally, next to large tables of
natural black stained pine, designed to accommodate
In the backstage of the premises the Kuarto
Oskuro is located. A warehouse with a more
private life, which will lead to “clandestine”
tasting of the menu’s highlights. This space,
which can be accessed from a door hidden
in the shelves of the market, also leads to the
changing rooms of the staff, and ends up in
the access for goods and suppliers.