The name Santa Rita is now synonymous with companies such as Eat With and the fairly recently launched Airbnb Experiences all of whom offer private dining sessions with home-cooks & chefs but what makes chef Xabi Bonilla, the man behind Santa Rita distinctive is he was showcasing his cooking well before the Big Cheese came along. I remember, I went along to one of his private dining experiences for my birthday many moons ago. The food is a combination of rustic seasonal ingredients worked together to create harmonious synergy and Xavi Bonilla is hands on and a great host. So if you are looking for an intimate supper club dining experience for two or as a group you should give him a look in for sure.
Everything starts in my mother’s kitchen. When I was young I discovered my passion for the cuisine; when I was 20 years old, I ended my cookery studies in Navarra and Basque Country in general. Professionally, I developed my personal career in restaurants as “Laurak“, “El raco de freixa” or “Casa Marcial“. After this period, I started giving cookery classes and carrying out gastronomic consultancies for different business, being one of the pioneer in the emerging “supper club” scene in Barcelona.
Santa Rita Gastronomica is a dream came true and it’s the best way to understand the development of the Chef Xabi Bonilla
The Menu includes the following 7 dishes
- Cured tuna, spicy mojo with olives and pickles.
- Artichokes stuffed with quail egg, mushrooms and truffle mayonnaise.
- Pumpkin ravioli stuffed with duck and orange enmulsion.
- Scallops with black sausage, orzo with placton and green rice popcorn.
- Lamb, cooked at low temperature with pistachio and mint pesto
- Chestnut foam, biscuit with coffee grounds and red berries.
- Lentils with chocolates
7 Recipes 60€
7 Recipes + 6 Wines 80€
Caters for food allergies & food phobia let us know.
Open Days Tuesdays ,Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays.
Time: 9 p.m.