Restaurants in Spain
Vaunted chef Juan Mari Arzak orders braised lamb’s feet blanketed with a glossy tomato sauce.
The mini-hamburguesas with caramelized onions are some of the best burgers in the world.
The local clams and tiny lobster set the gold standard for fresh seafood. And the 1960’s mahogany-paneled time capsule of a dining room sets the standard for retro-chic style.
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Try the grilled gambas at the battered 1893 Bodega San José.
Located on the ground level of the Museo del Traje (Costume Museum), Bokado serves inventive Basque cuisine crafted by chefs Mikel and Jesús Santamaría, brothers from San Sebastián.
Chef Ramón Freixa serves Catalan dishes with a fresh twist like black sesame-crusted langoustines served with corn.