Contemporary Catalan cuisine based on local fresh products
Tresmacarrons practices a regional and seasonal cuisine, organizing with the producers the product calendars, to build a constantly changing menu. Thus, a kitchen is prepared governed by the sea (in front of our restaurant), by the mountains (Sierra Litoral) and by the orchards that surround us.
The best wines
to accompany each dish
At Tresmacarrons we make an exhaustive selection of the best wines from different D.O. both Catalan and national and international.
Fig, foie gras, praline almond and arrope of Pedro Ximénez.
Chanterelles jaunes, Iberian becon, black ‘botifarra’ and egg at 63ºC.
Creamy rice with wild mushrooms.
Red mullet with pickled tender garlic.
Our steak tartar.
Selection of local Catalan cheese.
Our own style of the French toast with lemon and ginger sorbet.
Rosemary crème caramel and warm chocolate foam.
110€ VAT INCLUDED
(Drinks and coffees aside)
Starter to choose...
Potatoes and chanterelles jaunes.
Cannelloni of roasted local chicken, béchamel and parmesan.
Pickled wild mushrooms with 'butifarra' by Can Fornells.
Main course to choose...
Blue jack mackerel with fried garlic and 'Panadera' potatoes.
Pork's trotters and mushrooms.
Desserts to choose....
‘Crema Catalana’ (crème brûlée).
Vanilla ice-cream and cookies.
40€ VAT INCLUDED
(water, bread and coffe included)
Regional and seasonal cuisine, organizing with the producers the product calendars, to build a constantly changing menu.
At Tresmacarrons, in El Masnou, we stand out for our updated Catalan cuisine and we have been awarded a MICHELIN Star for the successful use of the best seasonal products from El Maresme, a region famous for its orchards and fish.
Our family space was opened in 2009 by Miquel Aldana, chef de cuisine. In love with the sea and the gardener, carefully select the best ingredients in the area to make a menu that varies according to the season. Aldana's dishes present a careful balance between marine, vegetable and livestock proposals, without giving up spooning. All with a modern approach without losing sight of the roots. It has a menu to drink the vermouth, with dishes such as pickled oysters on a bed of seaweed or a bonbon of foie gras with caramel of black olives.
In the Tresmacarrons restaurant room we find Núria Orra, the chef's partner and head of the room. She has extensive wine experience and her concerns fill the room with ceramics made by her.
The Tresmacarrons restaurant is spacious, comfortable and functional, with wooden details and warm tones. To all this we must add that parking at the door is easy.
Immerse yourself in contemporary Catalan cuisine with deep roots, proudly from Maresmen and at more than reasonable prices.