Our roots lie in the sun, the seafront, and the Valencian coast.
Something took root in our childhood in between the time spent on the golden sand at the beach, the long Mediterranean afternoons, and two extremely enthusiastic parents who would cook the first paellas of the day at their open-air café. Pepe Miralles’ famous paellas.
Later on, the promenade would appear and so would our parents’ first restaurant which would ultimately become the “mother” of Brassa de Mar.
We were completely set on building a life in the restaurant business, pouring our heart and soul into the creation of concepts, gastronomy, the importance of design. We also wanted to refine the family wisdom we’d been passed down and try to build upon what our parents had achieved.
Because I know that, without my father’s skill in the kitchen, the stability and discipline of my mother, and my sister, Mari Ángeles’, realism, and my desire to dream big, none of this would have been possible.