Interior designer Kathleen Simons is responsible for the 'New Cuchara’ that opened in september, and where they draw the line of La Cuchara's cuisine through to the interior. At first sight the interior is overall black with a little gold.
The wooden floor gives the restaurant a warm touch and the round tables with black 'leather' covers, and chairs of Japanese walnut made dinging at La Cuchara a relaxt almost 'launchy' experience with amazing food! I loved everything at this restaurant, from the glass water-bottles with 'poison' logo, to the black tetralogy by Esther Barend and the industrial facade and wine cellar at the back.
The menu consisted of around 12-14 small dishes following up on and another, not only was every dish a feast for the eye, every taste was surprising and beautiful balanced. In case of meat or fish there were special plates for vegetarians and I loved how we were simply asked for any allergies before starting dinner.
I can truly say this was the most beautiful dinner experience I ever had, where food was served in small bonsai trees, plates of ice or a bowl with folded nori, which was definitely my favourite presentation, and many more. Some of the dinnerware is made by by studio mattes another company from Limburg. Every dish came with a taste of wine served by sommelier Jeffrey Snoeks, who happened to be a real storyteller when it comes to the background of every wine.
Chef Jan Tournier
Root glass tree
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Photography ©Renaat Nijs | Photo 6-7 by Mabl photography | video by Het Glazen huis