Spain's Best Restaurants This Autumn Featured

Costa Brava, Costa Del Sol and Catalonia...But where will you dine this evening?

Let LUXOS satiate your palette with our pick of Spain’s best regional restaurants.

Madrid
La Terrazza Del Casino

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This 2-Michelin-starred restaurant has, since 1988, been the jewel of a luxurious 19th-century casino building which is now used for private events. For celebrity chef Paco Roncero, innovation is at the heart of the food on offer. The adventurous foodie will delight in the likes of Oxtail with porcini mushrooms and Chinese cabbage, pigeon with gele cru apples in cassis and ramen of eel with pork belly at low temperature. The icing on the cake? Dazzling views of some of the most historic buildings of Madrid.

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Barcelona

Pakta

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Under the talented hands of Chef Jorge Munoz, Pakta is leading Barcelona’s Japanese Nikkei, a fusion between Japanese and Peruvian cuisine. Chef Jorge also didn’t want to forget to include a touch of the Mediterranean in his dishes, therefore transporting diners to discover different cultures through his creations. Awarded a Michelin star in 2014.

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Marbella

Restaurant 1870

1870

1870 opened its doors last summer. Located in an old sugar factory, the unique setting is just one of its charms. Argentinian chef Aitor Perurena likes to keep things simple with a nod to the past while presenting a dish that is utterly modern. For example, roast rumpsteak is served with Parmentiera shallots and cherries, and sweet, crispy duck leg is served with grilled foie gras and sautéed pineapple. The space is vast but still stylish and welcoming, the food is simple yet tantalizing. It’s a must-try.

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