Monday, March 4, 2013

Culler de Pau Restaurant in Reboredo, O Grove, Galicia

Culler de Pau


Only 4 months ago this restaurant got its first Michelin star

Culler de Pau is located in a small town called Reboredo in the O Grove peninsula in Galicia

The building is beautiful as well as the inside of the restaurant, not to mention the view

The food is excellent and the service as well

I felt new energy, new flavors, something different from all my previous star collection of restaurants (see post January 29), people that know what they are doing, that are proud and correct, still humble

Here is what I ate, you can read and see and tell for yourself, even better if you come and taste it personally!

the name
the building

the view
the view, in and out
the simple version of their 2 tasting menus

amuse bouche in black stone that comes with a litte "culler de pau" (wooden spoon) to eat it. 
The serving consists of cuttlefish crispy rice with anchovies and shellfish foam, smoked sardines and dried tomatoes, and dehydrated olives. Fantastic!

amuse bouche of a ham made of pork nuggets ("lacón")
cuttlefish fished by hand one by one presented as noodles with cream of  tender garlic, the slice on top seems lard but is instead jowls. Delicious and perfect in its consistency

San Simon cheese carbonara "house"eggs and bread crumbs

San Simon cheese carbonara "house"eggs and bread crumbs once I broke the egg

San Simon cheese carbonara "house"eggs and bread crumbs already on my spoon. So good!

cod with vegetables broth, cauliflower and mushrooms

Celtic pork tenderloin flavored with its juice and vegetables

rolled variety of cabbages that came together with the Celtic pork tenderloin

citrus parfait with wild clover soup and tonic

"Cebreiro" with berries and white chocolate soup ("Cebreiro" is a Galician town that is the home of the "O Cebreiro" cheese that looks like a chef's hat)

the kitchen and its cooks

Javier Olleros, the chef, talking to his clients

the chef with his son Anton, the real "boss"



Enjoy!!















5 comments:

  1. Looks delicious!!!

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    1. it was one of the best meals in the entire trip, form the view, to the people, to the food, even the weather was perfect!

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  2. Yey, looks so pretty as well :D summer taste!

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    1. summer taste was then, now the weather is bad, spring is late this year!
      I am glad you enjoyed it virtually with me!

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