Javea Grapevine Issue 182 2016 One - Page 54

Prices are only a rough guide. * = A MICHELIN STAR  "f." means when closed (fermé) / tlj (tous les jours) = 7/7 = everyday We would be most grateful if readers would please be so kind as to send comments to gastro@campobello-javea.es and also advise us of price changes / errors The PARADOR OF JÁVEA OVERLOOKING THE BAY OF JÁVEA ENGLISH TEA at the JÁVEA PARADOR NOW EVERY THURSDAY !! We celebrate that these superb teas have become such a popular and well established feature of Jávea life THAT THEY HAPPEN EVERY THURSDAY... and if you haven’t yet been – don’t hesitate ! The hotel offers  perfectly made  tea (incl. Earl Grey) as well as cucumber sandwiches, delicious scones (with clotted cream and red jam) and carrot & walnut cake and a glass of cava to finish.  A delight.  Yes, readers .... this is a triumph and all for €11.  Because the teas have been so successful it remains essential to book [96 579 0200].  Make up a small group - and book early. Soaking up San Sebastián The best places to eat, drink and be entertained in the 2016 European Capital of Culture http://elpais.com/elpais/2015/12/16/inenglish/1450281550_951824.html A “gastro tip” for Gatwick Airport Le Comptoir Libanais is on the first floor gallery looking down over the main departure hall (flight-side) above the sign for Gates 557 – so now there’s real and delicious food to be enjoyed before your flight (instead of all the plastic stuff !). http://www. comptoirlibanais.com/ Black pudding (Morcilla) hailed as a 'superfood' It might be a staple of greasy breakfasts, but the humble blood sausage is surprisingly good for you http://www.telegraph. co.uk/news/health/12084725/Black-pudding-hailedas-a-superfood.html?WT.mc_id=e_DM78071&WT. tsrc=email&etype=Edi_Exp_New&utm_source=email&utm_medium=Edi_Exp_New_2016_01_08&utm_ campaign=DM78071 THE VERY TOP OF THE CLASS - for all true Gastronauts !   JÁVEA :  Restaurante BONAMB :  Situated on the Tarraula roundabout at the end of Camí Cabanes and the beginning of the Benitachell/ Golf Club road, BonAmb offers a sophisticated and comfortable interior and beautifully laid out gardens and terraces and, it must be said, the finest cuisine in Jávea. Opened in July 2011 it has since been rewarded with one Michelin star and, in November 2014, 2 "suns" of the Spanish counterpart - Guía Repsol. Clearly recognised by professionals and this establishment has put Jávea firmly “on the gastro-map” completing the triangle of world-class restaurants formed by Quique Dacosta (Denia) and Casa Pepa (Ondara).  All reports,