A year after earning his first Michelin star in La Cabra, Javier Aranda was given another star for his new establishment on Príncipe de Vergara Street in Madrid. Here patrons enjoy trying the tasty and aesthetically pleasing dishes that form part of a distinct gastronomic experience in a dining room featuring an open oval kitchen.
Aranda (coming from Piñera restaurant) opened his new establishment (named after the chef’s grandfather) in mid-2016, at the site of Los Borrachos de Velázquez. The kitchen in the middle of the dining room is the realisation of a super modern restaurant concept. Fabulous oak heartwood tables complete the stylish, futuristic décor.
The menus served at Gaytán are a combination of quality and innovation. The executive menu, served Tuesday to Friday, includes welcome snacks, three chef’s selections, dessert, coffee and water (€50). In addition, there are two tasting menus, one including five dishes and two desserts (€77 plus €44 for optional wine pairing), and another of eight dishes and two desserts (€121 plus €66 for optional wine pairing).