Voro enjoys a privileged location at the entrance of the Cap Vermell Grand Hotel.
With an unequivocal desire to eat the world, not in vain, Voro takes its name from a Latin term that means “devour”. In the stunning dining rooms, both with high ceilings, you will discover chef Alvaro Salazar’s culinary philosophy, a man who settles his efforts on one idea: to create “an untied gastronomy committed to the environment and to his Andalusian roots”.
The proposal? Two tasting menus seeking to move back to childhood memories (such as the smells of the stew made by his aunt Luisa), with homages to representative Spanish recipes but refining techniques, flavors and textures in a constant quest for coherence.
Chef Alvaro describes Voro as a journey, an attitude, a universe that transcends borders and horizons, yet never stops looking towards the Mediterranean. Voro is naturalness, provocation and sophistication, free-spirited cuisine without any ties.