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Vall de Cavall launches new website

The De Roij Bastijns family, who together run Bello Horizonte Decoracion and Restaurante Masena in Javea, and also Restaurante Vall de Cavall and Vall de Cavall stables in Gata de Gorgos are pleased to announce the launch of the new Vall de Cavall website. The site is informative and user friendly, with lots of beautiful images of the venue and the surrounding area.

 

Vall de Cavall means ‘Valley of the Horses’ in English, and the main focus of this beautiful corner of Spain is on horses and their welfare. The area was originally intended to be a livery yard and stables, and a family home, but it’s now grown into a thriving business concern. For more information on how the love of horses inspired the two familes, look here.

 

The Vall de Cavall family extends beyond De Roij Bastijns, because their loyal staff and all their guests are part of it. Even the chefs at the two restaurants – Masena and Vall de Cavall  – are related! Hamid and Hatim are uncle and nephew, and some of their staff have been with them for much of their working life, and they have a long list of regular returning visitors who keep coming back for more of the Vall de Cavall Experience.

 

Vall de Cavall

 

Unless you’ve actually been there to drink in the atmosphere, it’s difficult to put into words, because there’s something intangible yet extra special about this place. The website gives you a flavour of it, along with the photos of the dishes on the menu, and the astonishing choice of wines will also give you some idea of just how special this place really is. However, nothing can beat actually being there, drinking in the tranquil atmosphere and the sights, sounds and smells of Nature as the team prepare your food.

 

Vall de Cavall is so much more than a place, it’s a unique space where you can relax and indulge all your senses at once. Starters include lobster salad with tropical fruit, mushroom risotto, and chicken dim sum with soy sauce and tequila. If you’d rather stick with more traditional fare, there’s succulent garlic prawns.

 

The choice of main courses includes various fish and meats, either cooked traditionally or with an adventurous twist. There’s Segovian style piglet if you’re hungry, or for something lighter, how about sole with parmesan sauce and red curry? If hot stone cooking is your thing, you could treat yourselves to a romantic, succulent duo of chateaubriand steaks.

 

Vall de Cavall

 

Try to keep room for dessert though, because there are some real sweet treats in store, as well as the cheese board. There’s traditional cream Catalan, or strawberry pavlova, or the very naughty-sounding chocolate overdose.

 

Check out the new Vall de Cavall website, then go along and see for yourself. You can be sure of a fabulous welcome, and a fabulous meal too. Maybe we’ll see you there!

Vall de Cavall

Contact Details:

Address:

Carretera N 332- partida Benisaina 3 – Gata de Gorgos

03749 Denia

Telephone: 965 05 84 75

Email: valldecavall@gmail.com

Website: https://valldecavall.es/

 

Vall de Cavall

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