This season, we delve into Països Catalans, a region whose richness and diversity reflect a blend of Mediterranean, Pyrenean, and French influences, resulting in a unique and flavorful experience. This term primarily describes the cultural-linguistic region but holds diverse meanings depending on the context. We’re exploring the cultural and gastronomic bonds, as well as the important differences among various communities, focusing on Catalonia, the Balearic Islands, the Valencian Community, Principality of Andorra, and Roussillon.
The proximity to the Mediterranean shapes a reliance on seafood, olive oil, and fresh vegetables. Fertile lands yield crops like tomatoes and white asparagus, while the French connection introduces truffles, lavender, and duck. The Pyrenees influences hearty mountain dishes with game meats and freshwater fish. The strong Moorish legacy, common in other parts of Spain, adds spices, almonds, and citrus fruits. This historical mix continues to shape modern Catalan gastronomy.
When making your reservation, please indicate any dietary restrictions. Due to the complexity of the menu, it may not be possible to accommodate all restrictions and food allergies. Our Maître’d team will be in touch with you shortly after your Resy booking to assist with any questions.