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Av. Costa Brava, 6 – Corçà
Tel. 972 63 08 69

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A restaurant in Corçà, right in the middle of the Empordà Plain, which received its firts Michelin star just two years after opening. Its serves creative, author cuisine, which is innovative and committed and is inspired by the essence of traditional gastronomy; complemented by its excellent service and wine cellar.  

Types of cuisine: signature cuisine
Days closed: Sunday evenings, Mondays and Tuesdays
Holidays: February
Average menu price: 80,00 €
Menus available: Tasting menu, Special menu, and El Petit menu

Head chef

Albert Sastregener

In 2007, Albert Sastregener and Cristina Torrent, who are sentimental partners as well as sharing the same profession, at the ages of 28 and 25 respectively, started a meteoric career which enabled them to obtain a Michelin star within two years of opening their doors. Despite their youth, before opening the Bo.TiC, they both had an impressive professional background. Albert spent seven years training at the School of Catering in Girona, where he was taught by Joan Roca, and then at the Espai Sucre School of Patisserie in Barcelona. At the same time, he worked on the teams of prestigious restaurants, such as L’Àbac, Mas Pau, the Aliança in Anglès and La Cuina de Can Pipes, among others, and he also spent several work stays in other countries. 

Head waiter

Cristina Torrent

Cristina, a fashion designer and pattern maker, worked at the weekends and during the summer while she was studying at Restaurant Roser II and at El Molí in L’Escala where she specialised in catering events. When the Bo.TiC project started to take off, she did the sommelier course at the School of Catering in Girona with an impressive array of teachers, including Josep Roca, Delfí Sanahuja, Jaume Serra and Ferran Centelles.