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Pastry Chefs in Spain Archives - Page 3 of 4 - so good.. magazine

The most important pastry chefs that work in Spanish cities like Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia or Alicante

Jordi Bordas

Winner of the Pastry World Cup in Lyon in 2011, he runs his family business in Viladecans (Barcelona) and develops work as a consultant.More info

Jacob Torreblanca

Son of master Paco Torreblanca and heir to great skill and sensitivity that he shows day-to- day in the creations of the pastry shop,More info

Yann Duytsche

He runs a very personal establishment described as ‘gastronomic pastry’ and which he calls Dolç in Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona).More info

José Luis Martínez Armario

Leading Dulcemanía in Madrid, this experienced pastry chef is a strong supporter of sweet tapasMore info

Miguel Sierra

Multidisciplinary chef who reaches pastry through savory cuisine. Spain’s champion in 2001. Inexhaustible source of creativity.More info

Jordi Pujol

Spain’s Best Pastry Chef in 1995, he has aimed his career at teaching as a professor at the Joviat School.More info

Christian Escribà

Owner of the Escribà bakeries in Barcelona and pioneer in the merging of pastry with spectacle and arts.More info

Ramon Morató

His name means chocolate. His professional book devoted to chocolate is a major reference book worldwide.More info

Albert Adrià

Creator and promoter of countless projects, among them Tickets, in Barcelona. Creator of the acclaimed book ‘The desserts of El Bulli’.More info

Paco Torreblanca

He is one of the great master chefs of the world’s pastry in the last three decades. Father of modern pastry.More info