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A memorable day at a restaurant located within the City of the Arts and Sciences of Valencia! The culmination of the art presentation held at the nearby ‘Ana Serratosa Gallery’ with Ghada Amer was inviting all of the attendees to a beautiful restaurant located in Queen Sofia Palace of Arts  called ‘Contrapunto Les Arts’.

From the start, the guests were greeted with an exquisite chicory salad with pumpkin, feta cheese and orange curry which was a phenomenal starter to enjoy with a glass of wine after a long day of interacting with art. While awaiting the main course, the guests looked at the spectacular view of the City of Arts and Sciences, while also enjoying the cosy and elegant atmosphere inside the restaurant. The next served dish was a seafood soup which was very rich and tangy, with a Spanish touch to it. Finally, the guests were treated to a dessert – a perfectly balanced flan with strawberry sorbet which was paired superbly with a cup of coffee. The culinary experience at the restaurant was elevated by the meticulous presentation of each dish, showcasing a commitment to aesthetic excellence in every serving. When it came to the service, the waiters were very attentive to everyone’s needs, which meant that nobody was left with an empty wine glass for too long.Bringing together amazing food and atmosphere, the restaurant was an ideal pick for the occasion. It is here that you will be able to savour Mediterranean cuisine while admiring a breathtaking view.


Report by Konrad Leśniak

Article copyright ‘24/7 Valencia’


Restaurante Contrapunto Les Arts

Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia,

Av. del Professor López Piñero, 1,




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