There are people who don’t like surprises. Uncertainty causes anxiety and although there are many things that activate it for me, I definitely like encountering unexpected things and even more so in food.
This was our visit to Brunaa spectacular restaurant in Guadalajara commanded by the chef Oscar Garza. Sometimes it is difficult to try the most representative dishes of the country, without that family history that leads you to compare it with those you find at home.
That is the task that the Bruna team has carried out, which with techniques, processes and new flavors reinterprets traditional Mexican dishes, providing an experience that respects the essence of each one.
If this were not enough, the surprises do not end with a feast of flavor and impeccable food presentations. There is nothing like enjoying a great moment surrounded by architectural and artistic beauty.
Entering Bruna is enjoying a kind of museum of flavor, and we say this almost literally, because inside it has an exclusive art gallery, which presents collections from renowned artists and groups.
The tables, as could not be otherwise in a proposal that places emphasis on design, are surrounded by a spectacular garden, which more than one will want to photograph. In addition, it has an open bar that steals attention (without underestimating its impressive signature drinks, which are a spectacle in themselves).
Did you whet your appetite? These are the dishes that we were able to try on our visit to Bruna.
Oaxacan corn brioche
Samples of moles
Short rib in its juice
Oaxaqueño crème brûlée
Where: Lerdo de Tejada no. 2418, Col. Lafayette. Guadalajara, Jal. CP. 44150
Time: Sunday to Thursday from 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 2:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
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