With the amount of commitments that we have in the month of December, with dinners and meals with friends, family or business colleagues, it never hurts to have new gastronomic proposals to have on the agenda.
Today, we go to General Pardiñas street in Madrid to see the renovation of the Adunia restaurant. An establishment that has just opened its doors and whose front is Chef Manolo de la Osa.
The restaurant project has been prepared by StudioD12 and Extudio, who have worked very closely with Manolo de la Osa himself to achieve the desired atmosphere. As data, both architecture offices have been awarded at the last Venice Architecture Biennale.
Adunia has two floors that house two totally different gastronomic spaces. On the one hand, on the top floor, there is a space of more casual kitchen and with suggestions to share what they have baptized as El Zaguán.
On the ground floor, there is a gastronomic restaurant with capacity for 50 people, divided between the individual tables and the large infinite table, which will undoubtedly become one of the restaurant's icons. On the table, designers have raised Five domes that help nuance privacy of the diners despite being a table run.
In the restaurant you can also see Manchego fabrics, benches, vessels and tables brought from Las Pedroñeras to make a little nod to the chef's roots and to give a traditional touch to this contemporary space. A nod that can also be seen in the kitchen, since recipes and products from La Mancha are the protagonists of this restaurant.