“Zalacaín is the perfect balancebetween the traditional and the modern, between the kitchen and the lounge, between the experience of its team and the drive of its new hires”
Under the leadership of a team comprising Carmen González as Director of Operations, Carmelo Pérez as Director of the Restaurant and Julio Miralles as Executive Chef, Executive Chef, Zalacaín preserves the atmosphere of a legendary place while incorporating vitality and audacity to a project that is not only an icon of gastronomy in Madrid, but also a reference in the business and political world. A meeting and agreement place with top-quality cuisine that preserves the traditional flavours of Zalacaín after 45 years of History.
The gastronomic concept of this landmark restaurant continues to be based on the excellent choice of products and in a cuisine of backgrounds and roots. Julio Miralles, Executive Chef, endeavoured to preserve the fundamental pillars of traditional Zalacaín, while changing the visual perception of the fare by the guest, bringing light and state-of-the-art to all of them.
Carmelo Pérez, Director of Zalacaín since 2005, is tasked with preserving the best traditions of the restaurant. Service has been the distinctive feature of Zalacaín and it will remain so, treating the client with a discreet and elegant closeness.
Raúl Miguel Revilla, Sommelier of the restaurant, will offer the guest over a thousand references of red, white, rosé, sparkling, sweet and fortified wines. A proposal that follows in the wake of the philosophy embedded in the design by Custodio López Zamarra.
Raúl Miguel Revilla, sumiller del restaurante pone a disposición del comensal más de mil referencias entre tintos, blancos, rosados, espumosos, dulces y generosos. Una propuesta que sigue la estela de la filosofía impregnada en la diseñada por Custodio López Zamarra.
Natural silk wall coverings. Innovative design with textile and metallic accents. American walnut root veneers provide warmth and elegance to the various lounges. Natural stone used in representative features provides uniqueness and a sculptural character. No detail in Zalacaín is random.