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His continued devotion to his profession leads him to change the menus at his restaurant every two months, to collaborate with several cooking schools, including the one where he himself studied, to participate in TV programs and to domestoca books on both home cooking and high-level gastronomy.

His decision to become a professional chef was a last-minute one, taken just before he was about to start studying medicine at a prestige university in Pamplona Navarre. Above all, he says, “Throughout the meal, we take care of every last detail to ensure that the occasion is a memorable domesticw. That was when learning new things became a passion.


Pedro Subijana

Subijana works alongside Ada, his wife and the mother of their three children, in a restaurant in subijan spectacular location. Pedro started out in Akelare in but only after extensive travel and training.

Subijana worked for one year at what at the time was considered Madrid’s top restaurant. But he did not have to wait long. This website uses cookies to deliver superior functionality and to enhance your experience.

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suubijana New Basque Cuisine Once he was in charge at Akelare, he soon found himself involved in one of the most interesting phenomena in Spanish gastronomy, New Basque Cuisine, which started out in the late s.

His reputation as one of the leading Basque chefs has been gained over 30 years of hard work, leading in to his third Michelin star. After marrying, he started working at a typical asador grill restaurant in Tolosa, then moved to the nearby town of Hernani to take charge of the restaurant at a club for the Basque sport of pelota.


Recipes were updated but always based on respect for Basque tradition and the best possible local produce. Twelve months later, he was chef de cuisine at the restaurant perched above the city’s spectacular bay.

In the words of Subijana, “New Basque Cuisine aimed to focus on seasonal ed but adding a large dose of imagination and pushing back the frontiers”. The seed was sown by a group of local chefs, under the influence of Paul Bocuse and French Nouvelle Cuisine, who decided to give a new look to traditional Basque cooking.

domestic This movement, under the leadership, amongst others, of Juanmari Arzakplanted the seed of what was to become the avant-garde of Spanish gastronomy. Pedro Subijana has never looked back.