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Casa Piedra

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Menu: fusion cooking

Do you know it? That you are actually driving a little too fast and you see a nice restaurant along the highway, but can no longer brake to park there. Casa Piedra is one of those. But definitely worth driving there so a little quieter!

The facade already invites: a sweet little stone (piedra) house with two Asian bicycles on the roof.

We had reservations in the romantic backyard. We walked past an open kitchen, where cooks wearing red and black headscarves were busy. Owner Alberto had some time to tell us a little about the restaurant.

Fusion cooking: a combination of Spanish with Vietnamese, Japanese, Peruvian and even some Italian influences. To give an example of the combination of Italian with Japanese: a sushi made with the ingredients of Vitello Tonnato.

Alberto started the restaurant 7 years ago. The previous owner was an Englishman and the restaurant actually looked more like an English pub. The big change came five years ago when he hired chef Leo, a Vietnamese born in Spain. The moment the first fusion-cooking recipes were designed. On the trips that were made, more and more beautiful combinations emerged and the charcoal and Josper oven were purchased.

Alberto: “Actually, we don’t have a menu of appetizer, main course and dessert. We just make what we like ourselves! We also don’t reveal on the menu what you all get extra as garnishes, so we can change those ingredients every time.”

The menu is in 3 languages: Spanish, English and … Dutch! Why? Casa Piedra had very many Dutch guests for the first few years and decided to replace German with Dutch.

From Monday to Friday between 1 and 4 p.m., Casa Piedra has a Menu del Dia (daily menu) for 14.95 euros.

We opted for the Rollitos Vietnamitas (Vietnamese rolls, after chef Leo’s mother’s recipe) and the Casa Piedra Sushi (salmon, butterfish, avocado, garlic and oyster sauce), the Magret de Pato (duck chops baked in the Josper oven with foie gras rice) and the Carrilleras de Cerdo Iberico (charcoal-dusted pork cheeks with truffle mashed potatoes). Everything, but really everything was delicious! Tender, fresh and very special flavor combinations. Add to that the friendly staff who take the time to explain everything to you, Casa Piedra belongs to one of my favorite restaurants from now on. THE hidden gem along the highway, which I will no longer drive past hard!

Tel: +34 971 196558

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