Fifty seconds lisboa
What is fifty seconds Martín Berasategui?
The 50-second lift ride to the top of the tower is the reason behind the name of this new restaurant, FIFTY SECONDS Martín Berasategui, a reference space in the Portuguese and international restaurant industry. FIFTY SECONDS Martin Berasategui is more than just the chef’s gastronomic take on the city of Lisbon.
Where is fifty seconds located?
Located at the top of the 120-meter Vasco da Gama Tower and part of the Myriad by SANA luxury hotel property, Fifty Seconds is named for the 50-second elevator ride to the restaurants deck, an uplifting experience in itself.
Is fifty seconds a Michelin rated restaurant?
I generally am suspicious of view restaurants when travelling. Knowing that Fifty Seconds was Michelin rated persuaded me to make dinner reservations. From the moment we arrived in our Uber, to the moment we left, we were treated like celebrities.
Who is the host of fifty seconds Martín Berasategui?
Rui Monteiro, will serve as host. Marc Pinto is the head sommelier of FIFTY SECONDS Martín Berasategui and is responsible for everything you drink in this space. A global menu for everyone. Work, feel, taste, savour, imagine, explore, talk, create and work.
What is Martin Berasategui’s project?
FIFTY SECONDS Martin Berasategui is more than just the chef’s gastronomic take on the city of Lisbon. It’s a spiritual project with the best team of professionals, all of whom with a single goal: to ensure that all courses are an explosion of aromas and flavours.
When did Martin Berasategui get his Michelin star?
In 1993, he opened the Martin Berasategui restaurant, which received a Michelin star the year it opened, one in 1996 and another in November 2001, which places him among the 30 best chefs in the world.