Luzi Bombon restaurant by Sandra Tarruella, Madrid

January 22nd, 2012 by retail design blog

Luzi Bombón in Madrid is the latest restaurant creation of the Barcelona-based Grupo Tragaluz. The group’s beginnings date back to 1987, when mother and son, Rosa Maria Esteva and Tomas Tarruella, opened El Mordisco in Barcelona. Now, 20 restaurants and one hotel — OMM in Barcelona — later, their brand is a strong, established player in the Spanish hospitality market.

Luzi Bombón on Paseo de la Castellana offers madrileños Mediterranean brasserie food from early lunch in the garden to late-night drinks in the bar with live DJs. The mid-century minimalist interior design of Luzi Bombón is by Esteva’s daughter, Sandra Tarruella.









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