Decorated with pictures chronicling the history of flamenco, La Salvaora aims to recreate the feel of a traditional Spanish tavern. The restaurant serves traditional Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine and features tapas like croquettes, sea urchin au gratin, and fried artichokes. Favorite main dishes include items like mushroom risotto, bull’s tail in wine sauce, and the fresh fish of the day. La Salvaora is ideal for small groups or a romantic evening for two. Located near Valencia Cathedral in Valencia’s historic district, the small restaurant fills up quickly, so reservations are recommended.
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