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In the heart of The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad, resides The Bazaar, a vibrant marriage of Spanish and Japanese culinary traditions meticulously curated by world-renowned chef José Andrés. A true theatrical feast for the senses, The Bazaar sets the stage for a transcendent experience where tradition meets innovation, unveiling a spectacular world of bold flavors and avant-garde dining.
In the delicate curation of shared plates, guests are ushered into an audacious sensory expedition, artfully crafted from José’s rich Spanish heritage, entwined with the traditional and avant-garde. Here, boundaries fade as imaginative cuisine is presented in a setting that ignites a sense of boundless possibility. Each location in The Bazaar franchise boasts its distinct identity, ensuring that the culinary journey continues to evolve and inspire.
Acknowledged in Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” twice and esteemed as the “Outstanding Chef” and “Humanitarian of the Year” by the James Beard Foundation, José Andrés is celebrated as an international culinary trailblazer, author, educator, and the creative mind behind ThinkFoodGroup. The array of dining experiences spans 31 restaurants, showcasing a variety of culinary delights, from food trucks to the vegetable-focused fast casual chain, Beefsteak, and the Michelin-starred minibar by José Andrés.
At The Bazaar, the blending of Japanese and Spanish culinary traditions is nothing short of a fascinating culinary saga. Channeling inspiration from the historical encounter between a group of Japanese samurai and Spanish royalty, the respect for ingredients and dedication to culinary techniques unfolds as a seamless harmony on each plate. The Bazaar’s distinctive flair is a testament to José’s devotion to honoring both Spanish and Japanese techniques and flavors. The menu ingeniously weaves side-by-side preparations, encompassing the bold techniques of the Japanese robata grill and the Spanish Josper oven grill. Delicacies such as the robust Ibérico pork cooked over the robata and the succulent Japanese wagyu prepared using the Josper showcase the harmony of diverse culinary customs.
Beverage enthusiasts are taken on an adventurous journey that seamlessly bridges Japan with the Iberian Peninsula, featuring an array of shōchū and sake, Japanese spirits, an extensive selection of Spanish wines, and worldly Japanese winemakers. To conclude this extraordinary gastronomic voyage, guests can savor the fine precision-brewed Japanese loose-leaf teas, culminating the perfect dining experience. The Bazaar stands as an impeccable blend of tradition and innovation, inviting guests to indulge in a captivating culinary experience that fuses the best of Spanish and Japanese culinary heritage.
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