Alongside the Cathedral I found this crepería that was recommended to me by a friend. Apart from surprise me with its décor, very pleasant and colourful with graffiti on the walls, I was also surprised by the dishes they served, based on the crêpes and galettes of Brittany.
Nothing more than sit down at a table you realise that this restaurant is peculiar even being part of a larger chain. The tablecloth is white and you get a container with crayons to entertain yourself during the short wait for the food.
The crepe I ordered was lovely, with fried egg, it filled me up more than I thought it would so I didn’t order dessert. Prices hover between 5 € and 9 € a crêpe depending on ingredients. Correct price when taking into account the situation, the curious locale, and how good the food is.
If only to see the bus that serves as a bar, you must visit this creperie, and if it is to taste one of their specialties, even better.
I think San Tommaso is the best Italian restaurant in Valencia. They have a large variety of dishes, and all of the pasta and pizza is homemade. It's located in the historic center of Valencia, near Calle Caballeros. Don't miss out!
I went about a month ago for an alto Xingu, which is by the same owner of Xingu. The truth is that I enjoyed it a lot, it was delicious, especially the pizza, so I recommend you all go.
I decided to go after reading people's comments on this application so from now on, I'll pay it more attention.
This place, along with Los Toneles, is the most popular place to enjoy a squid sandwich but I wondered if its popularity was deserved? I thought that, to find out, I should try the dish in question, only five euros. By the way, its name has something to do with a historic player of Valencia CF, did you know?
The bar is very nice, very well preserved. I’ve known it for many years and I've always liked it. It has improved in recent years (extra care, better lights) and is one of those places that you like to show your friends from out of town.
This week I went on a Thursday, not many people, very pleasant, but the mussels, always famous, I have to say they were very scant (a bowl of soup with a few mussels floating) and with hardly any flavour. We also ate broad beans, also very traditional there and they were very tasty, as they always are.
I thought that the Pilar bar would take more care with their portion sizes and the taste of yesteryear. They are still quite expensive (and it is not the product origin).
I went to La Marcelina after reading recommendations on minube and we loved it! We got a table overlooking the beach and ordered the menu of fresh garlic bread, the fish platter, a peeled-seafood paella for two, drink and dessert for 20 euros. The value couldn't be better! For dessert, we had flan with caramel but the house cake was also tempting. Bon apetit!
Anyone familiar with the tapas in Valencia has been to this tavern located in the centre opposite the Plaza de Toros. It is named in honour of the barrels that serve the guests tables and that have embellished the store for many years.
Their tapas and sandwiches are famous in the city and some argue that the best squid rolls served in all of Valencia are from Los Toneles. Without doubt, everything is delicious here.
I always ask for the patatas bravas (spicy potatoes) because the sauce has a very special taste, but I also recommend the sepia and the squid, all accompanied by a cold beer!
This restaurant was opened recently, but I can tell you that today it is the very best that you are going to find in Gandia beach regarding money. They make a menu full of super fish and for seconds a dream sweet rice, but the truth is that everything I tried was delicious, I recommend you to try it, you will not be disappointed.
I ended up by chance in this locale and I left delighted, it is different from other restaurants ... They offer distinct dishes and the place is modern and simple, it also does not seem expensive. I obviously recommend it!
If you're passing through Cullera and you go to the beach, you can't miss the delicious food served in the Bariloche Restaurant. They serve great paella and exquisite Mediterranean plates like baby cuttlefish, squid, and large, delicious steaks. I'd suggest having a good meal than going for a walk along the beach. Try it, I'm sure you'll love it!
I've posted two photos of this La Pepica, one of which shows the kitchen staff back in the 60's. For forty years, the restaurant has been run by the same professionals who cooked for others on a coal stove (the only one on the beach, hard to work but it makes perfect rice). In the other photo, we can see Jose Chapel, the old head chef, in the background, and Francisco Selles (my father, by the way), who replaced him when he retired.
The first impression I got upon entering, was the classiness, the décor, and the tranquility in the atmosphere.
I was taken by a friend from the area, ve I thanked at the end of the meal because it had been a real luxury, really well taken care of at all times.
Above all I remember the quality of the food, the freshness of everything and of course the variety. Perfect for working lunches or to go with your partner and enjoy excellent cuisine.
Very close to the town hall and parking nearby, I’ll repeat when I return to Valencia.
This really has the best terrace in Valencia, quiet and absolutely huge, with a great bohemian atmosphere (right in front of the public library and next to the Muvim). You never know what you're going to see - a concert, a film, the opening of an exhibition. They have a very active cultural programme that you can learn more about on their facebook page. The menu is simple, but offers perfect value, with tapas, salads, and delicious toasts. They do not have much choice in wines, but the good thing is that you can drink it by the glass (yes, I uncorked the bottle right there). The atmosphere is very well done, thanks to its decoration (old super8 cameras and typewriters on the walls). Well worth visiting!
Well, well ... Dining at the restaurant Altaviana is: impeccable service, extraordinary attention and, of course, exquisite cuisine. So now you know where you have to go and eat next. In addition, they breathe joy and happiness: pupils eager to learn, teachers eager to teach and customers eager to have a lovely time whilst eating.
The Casa Salvador restaurant is located in the Valencian Albufera and is known for its two twin houses built int the Valencian Barraca style.
They serve all kinds of rice, but the rice with shellfish really takes the cake.
It's usually full, but then again I've only visited it during the week; I imagine, though, that it gets very full on weekends too.
You can dine indoors or also out on the terrace overlooking the Albufera. Obviously, the terrace is the most popular part.
You can eat with your eyes, your nose, and your mouth. Having an amazing dinner overlooking the Albufera is a priceless experience.
This authentic little Moroccan restaurant offers couscous with meat and vegetables - a real delight. Alcohol is not served, as you'd expect in a Muslim establishment. The desserts are very sweet and delicious, and the teas are great. 11.50 euros for a menu makes it very affordable.
In Valencia there are a number of Japanese restaurants, but this one has quite a reputation because their dishes are so delicious! Highlights are the duck they do that is super rich, and the sesame ice cream, which is to die for. They also have plenty of Japanese desserts, that I can’t recall the names off...
Typically, lunch / dinner is eaten in the common area, as in any restaurant, but if you want there is also a secluded area where you can eat at petite tables. There you can enjoy the company of your friends, for greater tranquillity. For that you must pay extra.
They have a buffet menu a la carte, with a variety of dishes and sushi. It’s good because this way you get to try many different things without a limit, and freshly made. The dinners usually cost between 15 and 20 €. We can find Osaka II on Avenida de Francia.