Popularly known as "the Sea Chef", Seville-born Ángel León has made his home in Cádiz, where his Aponiente restaurant has received the ultimate accolade in the 2018 edition of the tyre company's famous guide: three Michelin stars. The prize is the result of a great deal of hard work and a very ambitious project, which began in September, 2015, when the chef moved from a small, modest establishment to the Molino de Mareas (the Tide Mill) in the Cádiz district of El Puerto de Santa María. Sixty-five people now work in this impressive 19th-century building, which boasts 1,800 square metres of floor space and is surrounded by marshes and salt works. The utmost care was taken when designing the refurbished premises, as evidenced by the various features made from Dekton® ultra-compact surfaces by Cosentino. To give a more specific example, the brand's Zenith colour model, a solid white tone that offers purity and brightness, was used for the worktops and some of the walls.