Chef Ruscalleda to open restaurant for two months abroad
Seven-star Michelin chef reveals plans for pop-up eatery in a Mediterranean country
Top Catalan chef Carme Ruscalleda on Wednesday announced a new project to open a temporary restaurant abroad for just two months. While the seven-star Michelin chef did not reveal the country in which she intends to open the pop-up restaurant, she did say it would be in a European state in the Mediterranean.
The initiative coincides with the 30th anniversary of the opening of her restaurant in Sant Pol de Mar, on the Maresme coast. Ruscalleda opened her Sant Pau restaurant in 1998, and the establishment has since been awarded three Michelin stars. The project will not be the chef’s first foray abroad, as in 2014 she opened a replica of the Sant Pau restaurant in Tokyo.