One-to-watch' in the Barcelonian fine-dining scene.Putting aside the meditative music and stark, straight-laced décor, Restaurant Prodigi is a true rebel in disguise. Chef Jordi Tarre's strength for textures, flavours and cross-cultural cooking is represented in prodigious ways. The 6-course tasting menu is your instinctive choice, and it takes you from braised mackerel doused in tomatillo gazepacho to seasonal ceps tinted in glistening meat jus. With Jordi, it's never quite a straightforward affair, and the vanilla backdrop allows for the medley of flavours to really transpire. What's most admirable, is the young chefs' ability to draw references to far-flung cuisines, albeit without all of that tableside lectures. Desserts are not an afterthought here and the meal culminates in an intepretion of a chai latte, (a favourite drink of the chefs girlfriend), a labor of love and one course that had me clamouring for any serving.Keep a close eye on this gem, Michelin star pursuants will be rallying at this point sooner than later.