The young Canarian Víctor Suárez, trained with great chefs such as Martín Berasategui and the Adriá brothers, runs this restaurant named after his grandmother. The setting is magical: surrounded by gardens, with the Teide as a witness and in the heart of the Orotava Valley. Suárez bets on dishes full of nuances and contrasts, where he proposes to the diner to venture on a journey towards Asian cuisine. Among its starters include the tiradito of red shrimp from Huelva, ponzu and soy mayonnaise and fresh pasta ravioli stuffed with almogrote, with watercress juice and truffle caviar. Among the main courses, the octopus risotto with olive tree or the charcoal-grilled sirloin steak, lentil stew, chard puree and marrow sauce. Among the desserts, you must try the Garajonay, a tribute to his grandmother.
Thursday and Friday 19:00-22:30
Barranco La Arena, 53. La Orotava, Provincia de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canarias, España