Barcelona's gastronomic anomaly, 41 Degrees, has just upped their prices to include a wine pairing with their 41 course tasting menu. Ever since the number one restaurant in the world, el bulli, closed to become a culinary training center, the Ferran brothers' new locale has taken over as the place to be (or try to get into) in Barcelona and across Europe.
It's almost impossible to get reservations at this tiny restaurant in the Poble Sec neighborhood. With space for only 16 people a night (3 tables of 4 and two tables of 2–no exceptions), 41 degrees has become one of the most highly sought after dining experiences in Spain.
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Their old menu featured 41 delicious and meticluslouly crafted tiny dishes for 150 Euros a person. Their new menu has changed to include a wine and cava pairing for a set price of 250 Euros per person.
Although the price might seem a bit steep, this is way more than a dinner; it's an incredible gastronomic and once in a life time experience.