Three Minho restaurants are among the winners of Portugal’s “Seven Wonders of New Gastronomy”, which was finally held last night. They are Baptista Restaurant, in Caminha, Dom Júlio, in Vila Nova de Cerveira, and Cor de Tangerina, in Guimarães.
Batista Restaurant in Caminha won the appetizer category with the Tábua de Polvo designed by Manuel Felgueiras.
Dom Julio, from Cervera, won the Molecular Food category with Veado no Bosque, by Gonçalo Araújo.
Cor de Tangerina, of Guimarães, won the vegan category with Thousand-Folhas Potato, Cantarelos and Acorns, by Liliana Duarte and Alvaro Dennis Mendes.
The remaining winners are À Terra Restaurants – Praia Verde Boutique Hotel, from Castro Mari, with Algarve Platter, from Campo à Salina, vegetarian category; Bem Bô, from Mirandela, with the category Rabos de Polvo das Witches, fish and seafood; Mosteiro do Leitão, from Batalha, with the dish Estrela do Mosteiro, the category of meat; And finally, Confeitaria Santa Coina, in Barreiro, in the dessert category.
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