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mymuybueno Cookery School is delighted to announce that we have two chefs from one Michelin star restaurant, Tickets in Barcelona, which is part of elBarri and the Albert Adrià group, coming to teach their signature dishes to our students, as well as one incredible Pop-Up Dinner.

Tickets opened its doors in March 2011 in a space connected to 41o cocktail bar, with independent entrances, while sharing the same space and unit- ed by a corridor. Tickets was born with the aim of paying a tribute to tapas and “tapeo” as a style of life.

Due to the demand of the public, the concept, which was initially conceived as an unpretentious “tapas bar”, became increasingly complex. At Tickets, both contemporary and traditional tapas exist side-by-side to create a unique and enter- taining gastronomic experience in a very informal environment despite the complexity of the elabo- rations.

In 2013, Tickets received a Michelin star and in 2014 landed at the 57th spot on the Restaurant magazine’s list of the best restaurants in the world.

This is one not to miss.

-Spherical Olives

– Airbaguette

– Tickets Crunchy Pizza
– Avocado and Crab Ravioli
– Potato and Nori Cube
– Crunchy and Spicy Octopus

  • Asset 1
  • Advanced Level
  • Asset 1
    mymuybueno Cookery School Folder*
    Recipe Sheets
    All Ingredients & Equipment
    Certificate of Attendance
    Tea & Coffee
    Lunch (you will eat everything that you make)
    Glass of Wine

    *New students only

    • Spherical olives
    • Airbaguette
    • Tickets crunchy pizza
    • Avocado and crab ravioli
    • Potato and nori cube
    • Crunchy and spicy octopus

    In 2006, Albert Adrià together with his childhood friend Joan Martinez, opens Inopia Classic Bar in Calle Tamarit. The success comes right away and soon its considered one of the purveyors in the concept of “gastrobar”. It would be one of the first times that a fine dining chef shifted to a more informal dining setting. The venue was designed by the interior design studio Equi- po Creativo. In 2010, Inopia closed its doors.

    In 2011, the Adrià brothers began a col- laboration with the Iglesias brothers. The Iglesias Group is one of the hall- marks of hospitality in Barcelona, an organisation led by Juan Carlos, Borja and Pedro Iglesias. The group’s beginnings can be traced back thirty years to the seafood restaurant Rias de Galicia followed by Casa de Tapas Cañota and Espai Kru, a pioneer of the “raw cook- ing”. The Iglesias group expanded it’s vision beyond the Parallel Avenue last year 2016 into new projects like a gas- tronomic consultancy for hospitality and food service with F.C.Barcelona, the revamped octopus restaurant Bobo Pulpin, Bellavista Jardín del Norte and the recently opened Las Chicas, Los Chicos y los maniquís in Madrid.