Sa Lola in Blanes is a gastrobar with a menu focused on creative tapas
The impact of the Adrià culinary factory continues to spread via venues opened by disciples trained in the kitchens of Albert and Ferran Adrià. Such is the case with Sa Lola in Blanes, a gastrobar that offers a menu focused on creative tapas. This is the influence of both Rafa Salinas (chef) and Albert Mir (head of restaurant) having worked at the Adrià Barcelona tapas restaurant, Tickets, and they now apply the lessons learnt there in their own restaurant, with one eye on sophistication and the other on fun.
When it comes to the tapas, make sure you share with your dining companions because you really want to try as many of the crazy creations as you can: foie made to look like chocolate biscuits, hanging squid, grilled mussels, smoked langoustines, corn-flake king prawns and spherical olives with anchovies; this last one is a clear nod to the Adrià universe.
|Venue name:||Sa Lola|
Passeig Pau Casals, 59
|Opening hours:||1pm-4pm, 8pm-11pm|