In the attic of the iconic Veles e Vents building in La Marina de València is located this restaurant that breathes creative and market cuisine with incredible views of the Mediterranean.

The nerve center and headquarters of the 2007 Copa América, 15 years later it has become one of the emblems of the La Marina area in the port of Valencia. This building, which was designed by the British architect David Chipperfield and opened in 2006, has a great list of awards behind it, including the Emirates Glass LEAF award in 2006 and the European awards of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2007.

Regarding the gastronomic part, it is the Grupo La Sucursal with a family history of more than 40 years who are in charge of managing the different gastronomic proposals differentiated in different spaces and environments distributed throughout the building.
In the attic we find La Sucursal, with the young -and full of talent- chef Fran Espí (1998) who assumes the direction of a kitchen full of Mediterranean, market cuisine and a clear tribute to Valencian recipes always with a twist . “The influences of Fran Espí’s travels around the world, together with an elaborate technique, accompany our gastronomic menus, where he enhances the products of the area, such as fresh fish from the fish market and vegetables from the garden,” they comment from the restoration group itself.

La Sucursal