A brand new restaurant has opened in Madrid that options inside design impressed by classical structure, marble-studded interiors and a menu that solely provides wholesome dishes.
Called Rómola, the restaurant was designed by Andrés Jaque’s architectural studio and is called after the novel by George Eliot that’s set in the course of the Renaissance in Florence. Referencing basic historical past all through, the restaurant has an entry ground that’s separated into two ranges, creating separate, distinct areas. The lowest degree is put aside for candy treats and snacks, and options folding glass panes and a big round lamp, whereas the primary, temple-shaped space is on the second ground. Angular marble items and a dangling backyard will be seen overhead, and the seats are upholstered in a vibrant olive inexperienced, with finishes that embody velvet and oak. On the bottom ground, diners can sit in entrance of the kitchen fires.
As properly as having a design primarily based on classical structure and artwork, the restaurant’s meals choices are distinctive, with a menu tailor-made to wash consuming. The dishes have been designed by government chef Jorge Reina, who collaborated with Pronaf, a company that promotes schooling on wholesome life habits and supplied recommendation on elements, vitamins and caloric values of the dishes to the kitchen group. The menu can also be fully freed from fried meals and favours free-range meat and fish. “Rómola is the result of combining two concepts; the pleasure of enjoying food and taking care of oneself. The recipes are all low in calories, the menu includes a detailed calorie intake for each dish, and no added sugar, trans fat or refined oils is used,” Rómola stated.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, dishes embody honeyed veal with pickled salad, vegetarian sobrasada and artichoke hummus tramezzino. “The customers love the concept so far, the feedback on social media is pretty good and they especially like the guilt-free aspect of eating here,” Tomás Galván, digital advertising and marketing supervisor of Rómola informed Lonely Planet Travel News.
More data on visiting Rómola is out there on the official web site.