The ninth edition of the Cacau d'Or Awards has decorated ten new gastronomic enclaves in Valencia, Alicante and Castellón, placing them as the best temples of lunch in the Valencian Community. Among them are two new Dénia lunch sanctuaries, which have been among the only three award-winning establishments in our province.
The awards that have been in place since 2015, recognizing the locals and people who contribute to keeping this tradition alive, unique in Spain, have once again rewarded the good cuisine of the Marina Alta, a region that takes all the recognitions of the province of Alicante.
On the one hand, A cuiner a l'escoleta, in Sagra, has been awarded for its cocas "that can be tasted in the middle of the mountains," highlights the organization. And in Dénia two other Cacaus d'Or have fallen. The first stopped at El Campús, an establishment at the foot of Montgó, which won for its cosmopolitan lunches, which are combined with the most traditional cuisine and the best potato omelette in the Marina Alta. Added to this, also in Dénia, is a decoration for a way of having lunch known as "market lunch": the interaction between the producer and seller of the Municipal Market with the hotelier has elevated Bonanza, Magallanes, Viciano and Papua, which have been recognized with a cacau d'or.