Our Sun from Repsol Guide continues to shine in 2021
Ambivium has renewed our Repsol Guide distinction during a gala held in San Sebastian and streamed live from the Victoria Eugenia Theatre in San Sebastian.
Our restaurant thus joins the list of establishments recognised by the Repsol Guide in this difficult year for the restaurant industry.
After more than four years, at Ambivium we have once again been rewarded for our commitment to offering a unique wine experience, with harmonies inspired by its wines and with culinary delights based on seasonal products that blend tradition and innovation, without forgetting sustainability as one of its bedrock values.
This Repsol Sun joins a significant list of awards received in recent months, including its First Michelin Star, the award for ‘Best Wine List‘ at the IWC Merchant Awards; the distinction as ‘Restaurant with the Best Wine Treatment‘ from the Verema Awards 2019 and the award for ‘Best Restaurant in Castilla y León’ from the Academy of Gastronomy.
The latest gala of the Repsol Guide 2021 gave awards to twelve distinguished restaurants in the province of Valladolid, among which we find – in addition to Ambivium – Dámaso, Llantén, Fuente Aceña, Suite 22, El Taller de Arzuaga, El Refectorio, Trigo, La Botica, Trasto, Cepa 21, and Villa Paramesa, which is the novelty among the winners.
This Repsol Sun acknowledges the work of a team of more than 30 people who, after months of research and development of ideas in the Harmonies Laboratory, will present the new spring menu on Thursday, the 15th of April. An offering with products from the new season that is full of colour and surprises.
What is a Repsol Guide 1 Sun?
The restaurant you would recommend to a friend and to which you are already thinking of going back to as many times as you can. The basic pillar is the quality of the product and the determination to produce honest and coherent cuisine that will continue to grow. It has attentive and professional service, as well as a thoughtful wine cellar. It is worth travelling a few extra kilometres or making the stop in the middle of a journey.