Autumn is approaching and it is the perfect time to sit at the OneOcean restaurant and watch the beautiful yachts in a corner of the Port Vell, while enjoying one of its delicious dishes. If you have been carried away by prejudice, you may have thought that this is another gastronomic business destined to posture and with dishes of little variety, but the chef Alex Palomo (who was in charge of the kitchen of Roca Moo and Roca Bar at the Hotel Omm) guarantees you a gastronomy at the height of the best establishments in the country.
Palomo focuses its dishes on the sea, with quality products and presentations that leave the most demanding gastronomy lovers speechless. Some details distinguish OneOcean from other restaurants: The fish is cleaned in front of the customer before serving and the wine is served in exclusive Riedel glasses.
In addition, customer comfort is essential in this restaurant and, for this reason, they have a high quality valet parking service, designed to make diners feel as if they were owners of one of the yachts that are docked there. Thanks to the excellent service they provide, you can sit back and enjoy a quality meal and wine with a beautiful view.
Seafood cuisine, a delight for the palate at the OneOcean
The OneOcean is a seafood restaurant, as we mentioned, and its menu is full of dishes that prove it. Shrimps with lemon vinaigrette, king bream carpaccio with crème fraîche and basil oil, Josper smoked oyster with cut stick and grilled razor clams with pilpil of their juice, as well as an unmissable and masterful sole a la meunière, are some of the restaurant’s star delicacies.
The most outstanding dish is, however, a masterpiece: the tartars. Particularly noteworthy is the one with tomato confit for ten hours in the oven, which resembles meat when it touches your mouth. However, the tuna tartars with egg and caviar, a before and after in the palate, fought for stardom.
To continue with the delicacies, you can delight yourself with a pasta such as gnocchi ‘ammollicati’ with an anchovy-based sauce. You can also order with a meat such as sirloin Wellington. It is certain that the two dishes have nothing to envy to the delicacies eaten by the owners of the yachts with a chef on board.
You’re probably asking yourself, “how much can it cost to treat myself to a meal at the OneOcean?” The average price is about 70 Euros (not including wine), although if you go during midday on weekdays, you can find a menu at 35 Euros (not including drinks). A real luxury!