Preludio is that rare example of a restaurant that wows you not only in terms of flair and artistic concept but also with taste. A feast for the eyes and the taste bud, the food here is defined as author’s cuisine – a movement that came from Spain. It is known for its boundless take on dining, where the chef can conjur up his own creativity in preparing the dishes.
In Preludio, that author is none other than Chef-owner Fernando Arevalo. Hailing from Colombia, he has previously worked in Artemis Grill (another one of my favorites!). Preludio debuted in November with a palpable black and white theme as its first chapter.
I tried out Preludio a couple of days ago and saw for myself how seriously this black and white concept is taken into account. It permeates almost every element of the dining experience, from the art work gracing the walls to the uniform of the staff. It made me think to myself as well how monochromatic food could possibly be appetizing. Tasting is believing.