In the south of Spain in the province of Cádiz, a half an hour drive from Jerez, there’s a charming harbour town called El Puerto de Santa Maria. Besides its beautiful historical buildings and whitewashed houses, great Sherry wineries and beloved beaches, this place has much to offer for those who seek ultimate culinary pleasure, with Aponiente Restaurant as a must visit checkbox and a true highlight on your bucket list. In his previous life Spanish topchef Ángel León – founder of Aponiente – must have been a creature from the sea, as his passion for the briny deep seems limitless. The obsession with the sea is omnipresent at Ángel León’s culinary home base. The location, the architecture, the interior design, the table decoration and of course the dishes, they all reflect that true love and fascination for the ocean and marine life.
Located in the chic and hypermodern Hotel Arts in the vibrant and stylish marina in Barcelona, Enoteca Paco Pérez is one of the most beautiful places if you want to enjoy dining with an astonishing view on the water. Everything in this restaurant is about a top-notch service, elegance and mainly flavourful fine food.
If flavour were to be a culinary discipline, it’d certainly be the one you’d use to describe the style at Suculent restaurant in Barcelona. Promising and highly loved amongst foodies and critics, this place is already trending, yet still has a huge potential. Ready to discover some captivating classics and daring dishes?
Welcome to Ronda, homebase of chef Benito Gómez. This charming town in Andalucía is very popular amongst visitors. With its stunning landscapes, beautiful walking routes and monuments and top quality produce like wines, meats and olive oils, driving through the area is a real pleasure. Continue Reading
Sucede might be one of the most beautifully designed restaurants in Valencia and in combination with an overnight stay in the Caro Hotel it’s a good place for an intimate tête-à-tête. The food is all about creativity, surprises and uniqueness.
When a monument is renovated to turn it into a hotel you know to expect something magical. That’s exactly what you can experience at the Caro Hotel in Valencia. It’s a high class hotel with top-notch service, elegance and style. At the same time the hotel has a trendy, urban feel and a vibrant atmosphere, without losing attention for quality and discretion.
No doubt El Poblet* is one of the best restaurants in Valencia. The visionary approach of founding father Quique Dacosta combined with the vibrant city vibes and the competent team creates magical moments for foodies. We just can’t imagine a better start to discover Valencia than by having lunch at El Poblet*. Continue reading to discover the story.
About six months ago, we were enchanted by the charms of Andalusia. With its beautiful nature, hospitality and tasty food, this region has conquered our hearts. A place where we could find all these assets was Casa Piolas in Algarinejo. The restaurant and tapas bar team welcomes guests from far and near with love and enthusiasm. And that is something you can really taste! Continue Reading
The lure of the old grandeur and the contemporary luxury at Las Casas de la Juderia in Córdoba is great. It is a unique boutique hotel full of character, history and class, situated right in the middle of the historical center of this charming Andalusian city. Pretend to be a king or princess right out of the history books travelling through time to the 20th century and enter in this contemporary palace.
The Andalusian gastronomic scene is buzzing today like never before. About 30 chefs are committed to promote the local cuisine under the name of Gastroarte, where the fantastic regional products and traditional dishes are done justice by further refining and modernizing them and by developing creative interpretations. One of the highlights of this region is chef Kisko García, the man behind Restaurante Choco in Córdoba. We want to know more! Continue Reading
Food just tastes so much better when it is prepared with love. Nothing beats the kitchen of el padre and la madre, especially when their cooking- and plating skills are of a gastronomic level and their dishes are full of creativity. It is just that what you can taste at Restaurante Casa Piolas in Algarinejo in Spain.
For a long time now it’s been no secret that Spain is a land of wonderful wines. But it’s probably less well known that on a remote mountain-top in the middle of all the natural beauty of Andalusia there’s a unique, tiny wine-house. It’s called Sedella, like the small nearby village. We went to discover this hidden ultra-modern architectural pearl, and to enjoy and sample its wares.