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Pavlova from Hacienda San Ángel Gourmet

Vallarta Lifestyles
Apr. 30, 2019
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The exquisite taste present in every corner of Hacienda San Ángel is conveyed to its kitchen, and a clear example of its elegant and delicate international culinary concept is the exquisite Pavlova cake.

Undoubtedly, there are many corners of the Hacienda San Ángel boutique hotel that inspire its guests. The impressive property is located in the area known as Gringo Gulch, which maintains the charm of Old Vallarta. Its interior is quite revealing, as it combines local architecture, traditional furniture, luxury and religious art. It is a place that receives a select clientele and, therefore, its restaurant presents equally captivating cuisine.

Its dessert menu includes a delicious cake, whose origin goes back to the decade of the 1920s, in honor of Anna Pavlova, principal dancer of the Imperial Russian Ballet. It is a dish typical of Australia and New Zealand, nations that have been debating its creation throughout the years (although the most accepted version is that a New Zealand chef improvised the recipe for the artist during a tour in the Oceanic country). The Pavlova is made with meringue and whipped cream, has a crunchy crust and is covered with red fruits.

Only some restaurants in Puerto Vallarta offer this cake due to its exacting preparation. And the concept of this establishment is precisely to provide diners a unique culinary experience. Its flavors and the beautiful view from the terrace toward the Romantic Zone combine to achieve this goal.

 

Miramar 336, El Centro
(322) 222-2692

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