Restaurant in Valle de Guadalupe, Salvia Blanca, and its chef have been nominated as the very best of Mexican gastronomy

This prestigious nomination is made by the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry

Salvia Blanca is a distinguished restaurant in the charming Valle de Guadalupe, renowned for its exquisite cuisine and the quality of its products. Recently, it has obtained an amazing achievement as it was nominated as the Best Hotel-Restaurant in Mexico, among more than 600,000 establishments.

This prestigious nomination comes from the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (CANIRAC), an organization that evaluates the excellency of restaurants in the 32 states. In addition to being nominated as the best restaurant, the young chef of Salvia Blanca, Aldo Ayala, has been nominated as Best Young Chef.

At only 31-years-old, Ayala has distinguished himself thanks to his innovative dishes, where he fuses a personal and modern touch with the traditional flavors of Baja California. Salvia Blanca offers a varied menu of breakfasts, meals, and dinners, ensuring an unparalleled culinary experience.

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The atmosphere of Salvia Blanca is equally charming, with live music and its openness to allow pets. This makes it a cozy and attractive place for all visitors. In addition, its selection of drinks and desserts is exquisite, and the view from this restaurant is simply spectacular, making it an authentic representative of the region of Baja California.

It should be noted that Salvia Blanca is not the only Baja Californian representative with a nomination. [/b]The nomination of Josefina Sánchez Aguirre of Hacienda Badú as Traditional Cook of the Year, and the nomination of Familia Lutteroth, Grupo AFAL Carl's Jr from Tijuana, to the Business Restaurant Distinction of the Year, have stood out.

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