‘Nikkei’ cuisine in Pakta
Nikkei cuisine arrives in Barcelona thanks to Albert Adrià, who has turned the latest gastronomic trend into a luxury referent. We invite you to discover Pakta restaurant, in the heart of one of the most liveliest areas in Barcelona.
This Peruvian-Japanese cuisine temple is in Poble Sec, close to other establishments managed by the Adrià brothers. Nikkei actually means in Japanese ‘Japan away from home’ and its use has been generalized ─ it’s now used to name the Peruvian culinary branch.
Inside the kitchen, the ones in charge of creating these delicatessens are the Japanese Kyoko Li and the Peruvian Jorge Muñoz. In Pakta (which means ‘union, togetherness’ in Quechuan), they offer their clients an extensive tasting menu, so they can discover a different and new cuisine, with a high demand but with just a few restaurants offering it.
Pakta’s menu wants to be a sort of guide that allows people to get to know some Japanese-Peruvian exquisite recipes. In order to offer such an excellent selection of dishes, the menus vary depending on the season ─ as they usually use local products available in the market.
The exclusivity of the restaurant can be sensed all around – The decoration is quite unique, and the restaurant’s capacity is limited, as only 32 diners can eat at a time. Another little detail worth knowing is that it is recommended only for adults – the time needed to enjoy the menu with calm and the type of service may result boring and slow to the younger ones.
Refurbished flat in an emblematic estate in Poble Sec
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