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A new Spanish chef's table 54 stories high

Stunning views. Produce-driven food. 

By Tyler West | Mar 17, 2017

  • A new Spanish chef's table 54 stories high

Fine-dining Spanish restaurant Uno Mas has launched a new chef’s table format from its cozy outlook atop Centara Grand hotel, where chef Joan Tanya Dot and wine sommelier Alina  Zbierajewska take guests through a seven-course meal and wine tasting tour of Spain.

Dishes span comfort finger-foods like mushroom croquettes to flavorful Iberian cold cuts to charcoal grilled pluma pork.

Seated across the bar from Chef Joan Tanya Dot, guests are detailed dish-by-dish about the high-quality Spanish traditional produce and ingredients used in his elegant yet simple creations. When it comes time for dessert, beg for the Catalan cream.

Every month, the chef’s table menu will be altered and different wine pairings made, but the price always stays the same: B2,900 for seven courses and B1,500 for the wine.

Uno Mas, 54/F, Centara Grand at CentralWorld, 999/99 Rama 1 Rd., 02-100-6255

 
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