Martín Berasategui Restaurant (Lasarte)

Martín Berasategui is a brand, one of the greats in Spain and the world. His charismatic personal creative cuisine is coupled with convincing personal appeal. García Santos considers him the second best chef in Spain after Ferrán Adriá. Master chef and man endowed with enormous technical precision and limitless creativity.

Martín Berasategui has a curious ability to assimilate new products and flavors in his research from a date to a scallop. In your house there are always new flavors of products or dressings, spices or combinations that introduce us to new dimensions of flavor.

His daring cuisine is masterful for connoisseurs and laymen. He is considered one of the great geniuses of today's cuisine around the world. In France, it attracts the attention of the great French chefs, the Michel Bras, Alain Ducasse, Marc Veyrat, Michel Lorrain, Pierre Garnaire, Thierry Marx… No wonder he is one of the three Michelin stars of Spanish cuisine.

Very serious and friendly, professional service that attends in the setting of an elegant mansion in the heart of the Lasarte field just 6 km from San Sebastián that leads him to be recognized by the Relais & Chateaux Guide.

Very varied and complete wine list, with the latest news.

Google Maps address and phone
Loidi Kalea, 4. (20160 Lasarte) 6 km from Donostia-San Sebastián. Phone: 943 366 471
Chef: Martin Berasategui

Menu / Recommended dishes

Crab-infused scallop and herb sandwich with raw celery, turnip and artichoke salad. Grilled sole with clam oil, citrus, black mint sprinkled with walnuts and dried mandarins. Araiz pigeon roasted with stalk, Comté cheese, cherries and apple. Txakoli with strawberries, citrus peel ice cream and sanguine granita. Toasted almonds in warm cake, with honey sorbet. Tasting menu.

Other data of interest: Closed Sunday night, Monday, Tuesday and from mid-December to mid-January.
Martín Berasategu restaurant rating in gastronomy guides
Michelin Guide Gourmetour Guide Campsa Guide
3 star9.503 suns

Video: Paolo Casagrande, chef de cuisine at three Michelin star Restaurante Lasarte

Previous Article

Risks of nanoparticles in sunscreens

Next Article

Buying land in Spain