Their menu is inspired by their home region of Catalonia – its natural produce and its spirited style. It is served in tastets – small tastes of food defined by their depth of flavour and complexity. You'd typically order three to five tastets to share between two people.
Their head chef Paco Pérez is known for his technical excellence and innovative approach: we can say with some certainty you won't have tasted food quite like this before.
For a more in-depth description of their cooking, read Gordo's review of Tast.
This is a restaurant where you can expect the unexpected. The best way to understand what they do is to eat there:
The ground floor offers a relaxed dining experience where you can enjoy a few tastets with drinks. Just drop in (they don't take bookings for the ground floor).
The first floor restaurant is a little more formal and has an extended menu which is ideal for a more substantial lunch or dinner.
Advance booking is recommended