#Amstel are encouraging local restaurants from all over Valencia to compete in contributing recipes to propose a new snack, in homage to the town where Amstel has been based for almost 40 years. The sandwich is set to demonstrate the innovation and high culinary level that Valencian lunches are reaching, as well as being a challenge for the public’s palate.

Whether it is your local bar on the corner of your street, the one near your office or the one you discovered on a cycling route, bars spread all over the province are invited to take part in the competition. The public will find clearly visible information about the sandwich they have presented to the competition at the participating bars, so you can pay a visit and cast your judgement.

The website is the place where you can consult the registered establishments and cast your vote in the competition. All you have to do is upload a photo of the receipt of your drink, choose and vote for your favourite sandwich. As a reward you will be able to win many prizes, from free lunches to items or the complete ‘Esmorzador Kit’ itself.

Once voting is complete, Esmorzadors will choose the ten finalists of this competition. The final winner will be decided by a jury headed by renowned Valencian Chef, Ricard Camarena. The winner will then be announced in the next edition of the Premis Cacau D’Or, created by the Virtual Community #LaCulturadelAlmuerzo and with the collaboration of Amstel.

Head out around the city this autumn to try the proposed ‘Quart de Poblet’ and cast your vote!

Report by Rebecca Edmundson

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