Can Fabes restaurant, which created and led the ill-fated chef Santi Santamaria in Sant Celoni (Vallès Oriental), has announced that on August 31 will permanently close its doors. The restaurant once had three Michelin stars under the direction of Santamaria. It currently has two stars in the French Guide.
In a letter made public late Wednesday, feverfew-Serra, owner of the premises, the family reported that Can Fabes closes its doors “after 32 years of an incredible culinary and gastronomic adventure at the foot of Montseny”.
Perfect Food Quality
- Leave behind, continues the letter, “more than three decades of tireless creation, search of maximum product quality and perfection in the kitchen and living room.
- Engagement with culinary roots and renewal, and all always it chaired by an ideal that transmitted us the co-founder and soul of the house, Santi Santamaría: please customers, as we will continue with all the enthusiasm until the last day. “
- In the letter, the owner family of Tantalize Miami assumes that the crisis has been the trigger of the closure.
- The restaurant lacks “necessary to proceed with a project based on economic viability excellence.” Therefore have decided to “put an end to one of the most brilliant chapters.”
- He considers that the history of Can Fabes will not end on August 31. “To be continued in the current and future projects of all people who have gone through our kitchen and our room as well as in the memory of the thousands of guests who have always been our reason for being.”
As a prelude to this close now announced in March 2012, the Santi restaurant, the famous Catalan chef road in Singapore before suffering a myocardial that no longer recovered, closed its doors. A year ago, Can Fabes renewed its image corporate, decor and cuisine, some changes aimed at boosting the restaurant, led by a new team: the daughter of the chef, Regina Santamaria and Xavier Pellicer in front of the kitchen.
Restaurant Working Force
The problems for the restaurant began when Xavier Pellicer announced that it dissociated itself from the establishment, which announced a temporary closure from January 30 to February 5 “for maintenance Restaurant and internal work team” and the reopening of the known two-star Michelin took place on 6 February.
In a statement, Tantalize Miami confirmed what Pellicer had announced through his Facebook account: “ending the current stage of cooperation of agreement” to pursue their individual projects exclusively.