We don't know for sure how we came to cook with fire, but what is certain is that the spark that lit the first flame turned us into cooks, and cooking made us human. Fire transforms the act of preparing food into a shared experience. Cooking requires collaboration, if only to prevent the fire from going out.


Menu

Muka menu

Tomato and tomato sauce 14
One Day-old Idiazabal and herbs 14
Bluefin white tuna, fig and buckwheat 22
Marinated anchovies, lemon and garum 16
Fried peppers with salted anchovies 16
Begihandi and cucumber salad 19
Roasted beetroot and citrus 14
Leeks with ribeye emulsion 14
Carrots, spinach and almonds 14
Razor clams, green sauce and spicy radish 18
Sardines, peppers and green curry 15
White tuna and xixa hori 22
Iberian Tsukune-Tsukuna 18
Pocha bean casserole with sausage from Iparralde 21
Iberian pork belly with "choricero" sauce and spicy leafs 21
Beef brisket, juice and mushrooms 22
Strawberry and cream 7
Grilled fig and fig leaf 7
Blackberry and brioche 8
Grilled bread, aubergine and pine nuts
Tomato and tomato sauce
Fried piparras with salted anchovies
Roasted beetroot and citrus
Marinated anchovies, lemon and garum
Razor clams, green sauce and spicy radish
White tuna and xixa hori
Rustic toast of iberian pork belly
Braised beef brisket and mushrooms
Strawberry and cream
52 €