The celebrity chef Rui Paula, has a second Michelin star in the tea house of Boa Nova, in Leça da Palmeira, in the North of the country.
Built on top of the rock, two meters away from the sea, is the homeland of tea, the Good news-a nice paradigm for the integration of the architecture into the landscape.
Built between the years of 1958 and 1963, it was re-developed under the leadership of the architect Alvaro Siza Vieira, who won the Injection Prize, and was declared a National Monument in 2011. In 2014, the long-term concession of a tea-was passed-house, the chef Rui Paula, who has opened a personal investment in, and the doors, in July of this year.
“The satisfaction of our clients is always my primary goal. Doesn’t work for you, the stars guide you, although you are welcome to share in the chef Rui Paula. “But in the last few years, we have our focus on consistency, on multiple levels. We have improved the service to the interaction with the customer, the pairing of food and wine”.
It is part of the Home team, the tea sommelier, Carlos Monteiro, and wine, and the chief of the living room of the First file and the head chef of the restaurant, Catherine’s belt.