Romain Fornell opened Caelis in 2004 and earned a Michelin star the very next year.
In 2017, Caelis moved to Hotel Ohla Barcelona. The move was also a turning point in the restaurant’s culinary offering and this new era will be more contemporary and less classical. Caelis is a restaurant with tasting menus. Plus, at midday from Wednesday to Saturday, they offer a lunch menu (Caelis Menu – €42) that changes weekly. The restaurant has two separate spaces: on one side, the dining room with space for up to 24 guests at tables of varying sizes. On the other, an open kitchen with a horseshoe-shaped bar and stools where 12 more guests can watch everything that goes on behind the scenes.
It also has a private room, Caelis Privé, where guests can host private lunches or dinners with dishes prepared and presented by their team of chefs, interacting and chatting with the diners. Caelis Privé can also be used for show cooking sessions and master classes. The room features a huge screen showing everything that is going on in the Caelis kitchen in real time, for an exceptionally unique experience. Menus served at Caelis Privé are different from tasting menus and Caelis Menu. The space seats from 12 to 25 diners at one long table.
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