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

Lettuce buds, sabayon and truffle 17
One Day-old Idiazabal and herbs 14
Carrots, spinach and almonds 14
Marinated anchovies, lemon and garum 16
Burnt topinambo and cream of Ossau-Iraty 15
Pumpkin and straciatella 15
Beetroot and citrus 12
Leeks with ribeye emulsion 14
Razor clams, green sauce and spicy radish 18
Roasted ray wing and creamy garlic tempura 22
Monkfish in ezpeleta butter and maitake 26
Iberian Tsukune-Tsukuna 18
Iberian pork belly with "choricero" sauce and spicy leafs 21
Beef brisket, juice and mushrooms 22
Chocolate, coffee and extra virgin olive oil 8
Cream of pumpkin and toasted almond 7
Vanilla panna cotta, honey and pollen 8
Grilled bread, aubergine and pine nuts
Burnt topinambo and cream of Ossau-Iraty
Beetroot and citrus
Lettuce buds, sabayon and truffle
Marinated anchovies, lemon and garum
Razor clams, green sauce and spicy radish
Roasted ray wing and creamy garlic tempura
Rustic toast of iberian pork belly
Beef brisket, juice and mushrooms
Cream of pumpkin and toasted almond
52 €