García, as reported by Marta Fernández Guadaño in Gastroeconomy, has been tapped to open an elegant brasserie-type eatery that will fall somewhere between the innovative gastronomic offering of his acclaimed Marbella restaurant, and his more casual, but dynamic Madrid restaurant, BiBO.
The seventh-floor restaurant will have space for more than a hundred diners, as well as an outdoor terrace with views of calle Alcalá. The menu will feature various different courses – albeit with a more limited selection than at BiBO – and will focus on some of the chef's most popular dishes, with an additional emphasis on "naked" products and Spain’s excellent tuna.
This will be the first outpost of Canadian luxury hotel chain the Four Seasons in Spain, which will occupy a landmark downtown building located just off the Puerta del Sol. It will be known as the Four Seasons Canalejas.
According to Gastroeconomy, this is just one of the projects that García has in sight for 2019, another being opening a restaurant with renowned chef Albert Adrià in Marbella .
The seventh-floor restaurant will have space for more than a hundred diners, as well as an outdoor terrace with views of calle Alcala.