One of Ibiza’s culinary staples Las dos Lunas welcomes world renowned chef Franco Noriega for a pop up version of his New York restaurant Baby Brasa. Located in the West Village, Baby Brasa is an icon in the West Village since it opened in 2016.
Serving Peruvian fusion cuisine, this will be Baby Brasa’s first
time in Ibiza. Both Baby Brasa and Las dos Lunas share a gastronomic
philosophy based on organic ingredients and a healthy lifestyle; A
common denominator that has given life to a joint-venture that will
offer Las dos Lunas clientele and Peruvian gastronomy lovers the chance
to enjoy the Baby Brasa proposal at the hands of its creator, Franco
Noriega. This amazing experience will take place from August 4 – 6.
Trained at the International Culinary Center in New York, Noriega
combines his passion for gastronomy as a chef and restaurant
entrepreneur with his work as a model for international luxury brands.
Franco is also a regular face on American TV shows with a large audience
such as Ellen DeGeneres Show and Food Network.
“YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT” is Franco’s motto. He believes that
organic and healthy food makes you look and feel your best. Named by the
American press as ‘the world’s hottest chef’, he will present a
three-course, two-drink menu with pure flavor to Peru and a wink to the
Italian roots of Las dos Lunas at Baby Brasa Ibiza.
The “ON FIRE” menu consists of: Ceviche (with vegetarian option),
Shells Parmesan and Sashimi on Fire, paired with a Pisco Sour (pisco,
lemon, egg white and rubber syrup) or a Chilcano (pisco, ginger beer,
ginger extract and ginger in pieces) finishing with a special sorbet.
Es Príncep is much more than just
another 5-star hotel. It offers its guests tailor-made service and a unique
experience. The location of Es Príncep, the excellent facilities, the ambience
and the service at the highest level make the hotel one of the probably best
hotels in Palma. The hotel’s unique Old Town location allows most of the hotel
rooms to enjoy breathtaking views: waking up and enjoying the constant change
of color in the Bay of Palma or the image of the old city walls that make up
part of the city’s history.
Treat yourself to a well-deserved break to relax
in our luxurious Cocó Spa, with its 18-meter swimming pool, sauna,
Turkish bath and whirlpool, and take note of our extensive range of wellness
treatments. Our team of well-being professionals uses the highest quality
natural products and makes you feel fresh and rejuvenated.
Bala Roja restaurant
The Bala Roja Restaurant is run by Michelin-star chef Andreu Genestra and is one of the city’s most
popular restaurants. Locals and visitors enjoy Andreu Genestra’s attention to
detail and his Mediterranean gastronomic creations, all prepared with fresh
The Mura restaurant welcomes its guests
in the early morning with an à la carte breakfast. Later, visitors and locals
can enjoy a menu of market-fresh produce for lunch and dinner, or tea with
biscuits, or an aperitif. The breathtaking views of the city walls round off
this experience. Gremium, one of the city’s best cocktail bars, is also
located in the Hotel Es Príncep. Enjoy classic or modern cocktails, artfully
prepared by our bartenders, either before or after dinner or as a prelude to a
festive evening in the city.
The crown jewel of Es Príncep is our rooftop
Almaq. Here you can enjoy an incomparable view, an air-conditioned swimming
pool and comfortable loungers. Relax with a refreshing drink or an aperitif
under the warmth of the sun or with the fresh sea breeze.
Infomag Magazine will present 5 restaurants serving a diverse, authentic selection of incredible Asian dishes. Transforming Palma city into an immersive foodie experience
Quinta Avenida – asian gastrobar
This new Japanese cuisine temple offers a daily dose of their own twist on Japanese-Mediterranean cooking, by combining the traditional oriental recipes with Spanish products. The result is top quality, creative and pure meals with amazing flavors. They are unusual and tasty dishes based on oriental tradition and filled with imagination. “Quinta Avenida” have transformed the robatiyaki (or robata), the age-old traditional grill cooking, into the focal point of their kitchen.
I must admit, I really enjoy going out for lunch or dinner to places which make me feel at home. I love a restaurant where they prepare delicious food and the clients are between 40 and 70 years old. I observe the relationship between the clients and the waiters; I like their level of Excellency, their light jokes and how they create a warm atmosphere. It’s very important to know how to treat an angry customer. You can learn a lot here and it’s no coincidence because chef and founder Emilio Castrejón is very wise man and knows how to do things right thanks to his many years of experience in the restaurant world. You can really feel it in the atmosphere, the good quality, and sit back and enjoy a relaxed meal.
Daruma is a Japanese restaurant based on authentic Japanese
techniques and cuisine. The restaurant combines tradition with modern
aspects, joining the ancient traditions of the Japanese techniques with
flavors and products from the here and now. Their gastronomic offer is
like a crossroads. The chef prepares dishes where sushi is the main
focal point, but you can also try the grilled tuna tataki, rolls covered
with flambéed beef carpaccio, Handori rolls covered with sheets of
fresh figs or strawberries, chicken or shrimp Yaki soba or udon bowls, a
total hit in Japan, and they also offer a well-balanced lunch menu for
18€. Delicious and fresh dishes, without a doubt it’s a great
Here they tend to emphasize simplicity. They believe that the product should be placed in the center of attention, should be the main element of the dish. Put the product in the foreground, and try to create a beautiful image. Japanese cuisine, in itself, is a refined art and hence the expression less is more. Dishes with an elaborate balance and interesting textures, flavors and condiments. In Japo Santa Catalina you can see the chef work in his kitchen, ideal for the restaurant environment, and he is also very honest. Here they tend to emphasize simplicity. They believe that the product should be placed in the center of attention, should be the main element of the dish. Put the product in the foreground, and try to create a beautiful image. Japanese cuisine, in itself, is a refined art and hence the expression less is more.
The Arume family keeps on growing! Chef Tomeu Martí opened up a few
months ago Majorca’s first specialized Sake Bar; a very exciting project
for Tomeu, and a new challenge for both Julen Falla as head chef and
Albert Marín as sushi man. This new space is inspired by the Japanese
tavern look and offers a wide range of Japanese dishes which you can
combine with the best sakes. In Sake Bar by Arume you can also enjoy
Arume’s classic dishes such as the creamy spice shrimp nem, or the foie
and quince roll. The bar offers lots of different types of sakes for you
to taste either by the glass or jug.
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