May
11
2009

Prado Restaurant

A taste of old world Spain overlooking Camelback Mountain

Sitting on the patio outside of the signature kitchen at Montelucia Resort with Camelback Mountain in the distance, it’s entirely possible to forget that you’re in Scottsdale, lose yourself in the rustic Spanish flavours and be transported to the unrefined beauty of Southern Spain.

Inside, you’ll find elegance in every detail of the Prado Restaurant, from traditional architecture to rich earth tones and rustic leather upholstery to the artful menus and simple, spectacular food.

Chef Francesco Roccatto uses fresh local ingredients and time-tested Spanish and Moroccan spices to recreate subtle yet delicious regional dishes, such as yellow and red tomato gazpacho soup (US$7), wood fire-grilled paella (US$38 for two) or the Basque cod stew (US$25). For lighter fare, the Mbar serves tapas and a selection of wine from Spain and neighbouring countries.

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