The Grupo Olivé, owner of popular restaurants in Barcelona, collaborated with Jean Pierre Marty, president of the Adisa group, for the project management of their latest challenge: turning the famous Restaurante Reno, one of the most famous in the city, into something new.
This legendary Barcelona restaurant – and popular nightlife haunt – was built in 1961 by Alfonso Milá Sagnier, who recently passed away, and Federico Correa. Together they also designed restaurants such as Flash Flash, Il Giardinetto, and Portés, discos such as Up & Down, and the Monitor and Atalaya residential buildings.
The design, quality, presentation, innovation and efficiency are the most impressive values of this new restaurant, TUSET (Two7). Attention to detail, excellent cuisine, top quality premises and products are the hallmark of all Grupo Olivé’s restaurants.
The new ideas they bring to the restaurant industry, good practices, and consistent service are values shared by Cosentino. They therefore chose Silestone® as a benchmark of quality for the design of their exceptional restaurant.