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5 reviews of La Lluerna (Closed)

Veronica Egea Pastor


The truth is it was the first time I went for tapas as dinner. I am very fussy when it comes to food and I like hardly anything, but after seeing the comments I decided to search Google and I realised I liked several things on the menu. We had dinner for 18€ per head, we first ordered bread with tomato and ham, which cost €5 for the two rations, Once a Catalan always a Catalan.

We also ordered chicken nuggets for 4€ each, really nice; we requested half a cheeseboard, which cost €7.50, the only bad thing is that they said 'now I’ll bring your toast' but it never came.

The bravas surprising, different from the norm, the mayonnaise was homemade and was spectacular. The dish itself cost 5€ but highly recommendable, and finally the ox burgers which are really rich. They give you 4 for 9€, but really good.

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Pau García Solbes

The Lluerna is a restaurant with...

The Lluerna is a restaurant with excellent value for money located in the popular Valencia district of Ruzafa. The menu is varied and the ‘menus del dia’ are comprehensive for only about 13 euros. But what really stands out in the Lluerna is its spectacular wine list. We watered our food down with Estrecho Mendoza Bodegas. A great wine from Alicante enjoyed in Valencia.

In addition to the menus, composed of two starters, main course and dessert, we ordered a feast of tapas among which highlights are the tombet and the ox hamburgers. The potato salad was delicious. From the menu I would suggest the excellent langoustine fideuà made with thin noodles. Delicious. If I had to give a but perhaps it would be the decor, which is somewhat Spartan and not of the same standard as the dishes.

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We went to eat at the Lluerna thanks to the input of a Minube user and the experience certainly was spectacular. We had the menu of the day, two appetizers, main course and dessert.

The starters were marinated chicken and a vegetable pie, pleasantly surprised that there were two that were not limited in quantity or quality. The main course was a fine noodle fideuà (a typical Valencian dish) you cannot miss. To finish off, a great dessert combination of yoghurt sponge cake with wild berry ice cream.

If you have the chance to eat in Lluerna don’t pass it up. Indeed, the locale and

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