#FOURNews | ‘The Domino Effect’

04 Jun 2015
2 min read
Aurelio Morales, the new rising star of molecular gastronomy, hits the streets of London in the next ‘Domino Effect’ series in creative cooking.
‘The Domino Effect’

Aurelio Morales the 32 year old chef who has worked with the likes of Michelin star Paco Perez at the 2 starred Miramar restaurant in Girona, as well as trained at the highly acclaimed restaurants of Ferran Adria; elBulli, Tickets, 41º and AbAC, will be next in line to host ‘The Domino’ effect series at Café Royal’s Domino Room restaurant in London.

For a month only from the 11th June, Aurelio will takeover the kitchen of the Café Royal’s Private Member’s Club to offer samples of his signature dishes.The series proved to be such a hit after the last collaboration between two-Michelin starred chef, Paco Roncero and executive chef Andrew Turner, that The Domino Room restaurant decided to bring back it’s exclusive supper clubs.

The one-off chance to try the outstanding, and at times spectacular, food from Aurelio in London will offer diners an exclusive and avant garde seven-course menu including dishes such as: Watercress chlorophyll, quails egg, manchego cheese and crispy lamb bacon; Turbot citrus, fennel and tarragon; and Emphasis on chocolate with Arbequina olive oil. Diners will also be able to indulge in a carefully selected paired wine flight, as well as a specially created Champagne cocktail, made by The Club’s mixologist, Tiziano Tasso, in collaboration with Veuve ClicquotRich. The menu will be priced from £85, with paired wines and cocktails at an additional cost of £50.

Hailing from a new generation of talent in molecular gastronomy, Aurelio now heads the kitchen of super swanky, Ramses restaurant in Madrid. A restaurant famed for its exclusive layout and decor by renowned French designer Philippe Starck.The quirky restaurant offers diners different spaces, from the Room Delicatessen, Laterraza, Petit, Champagne Bar and Suria, in which to enjoy their dining experience. If this wasn’t enough, the gourmet restaurant Suria is also divided into a further 5 areas; Dior, Christine, Dom Perignon, Haima, and Black, in order for guests to fully indulge in Aurelio’s avant-garde and minimalist-style of cooking, according to whatever space suits them best.

Find out more information about ‘The Domino Effect’ here |www.hotelcaferoyal.com