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Valencia has not always been the greatest of places for interesting dining, but recently since the arrival of international sporting events such as the America's Cup, Tennis Open 500 and Formula One more and more restaurants are opening and surprising us with their diversity and quality! We search high and low all the time to find the best the city has to offer and here it is, the best restaurant and bar & café listing you can get.

We have ordered them by price, then by type and finally by area.


Or we have listings by area

El Kiosco
Plaza Doctor Collado.

This typical Valencian cervecería (beer bar) is just behind the gorgeous La Lonja, near the Central Market. Lunch is around €10—cheap as chips, wine included. This place made it to a Daily Telegraph list of the best places in the world to have lunch!

Pans & Company
Around town

Spanish fast-food chain selling baguettes filled with fresh ingredients. Extremely reasonable, lunch with a drink will leave you around 6euro or cheaper.

Horchateria Santa Catalina
Calle Santa Catalina
If you haven't tasted the local speciality horchata (tiger nut milk) yet , then this is where you should head to, order fartons to dunk too! just off Plaza de la Reina. CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT

La Lonja del Pescado Frito
243 Calle Eugenia Vines. Tel. 96 355 3535

Amazingly busy and active eatery offering fresh fish dishes. Grab an order form on entry and fill it in at your table.

La Colmado de La Lola
Calle Borradores 10, tel: +34 96 392 2110

Right in front of the cathedral, this is a great place for a glass of excellent local wine and delicious tapas.

The Paseo de la Alameda
is a lovely romantic setting for evening drinks as the sun sets over the city as the many bars along this beautiful stretch of the Río Túria light up their leafy terraces with candles at nightfall.


Villaplana ·24 Calle Doctor Sanchis Sivera. Tel. 96 385 0613 A huge cervecería that's very popular with large groups and large families, large portions in a large place and largely noisy (particularly at weekends)! The set menu for groups costs around €18 a head — and the food and drink just keeps on coming, served by friendly staff who never seem to get fazed and try their hardest to speak a bit of english if you really cant handle the spanish after a bit too much of their house sangria!!

La Taska Sidreria · C/ Conde Altea, 39 tel: 963 819 444 and
Avda. Valladolid, 5 tel: 963 697 700
Asturian cider is usually poured from a height into a glass held low behind the waiter's beck. Here it is served from a little model waiter with a bottle upside down on its back - press a button and it dispenses the cider with just enough air in it. You don't understand? You'll have to visit La Taska to see what I mean. A lively and, at times, noisy Northern Spanish taberna that serves all the traditional dishes from the region, Octopus, cod, sausage and the ubiquitous Cider, of course. ***.

La Parpadella · 10 Calle Borradores. Tel. 96 391 8915 Next to the cathedral, this fab iyetie restaurant specialises in piadinis (griddle-cooked sandwiches) salads and pastas. Lunch is great value at €10, including drink and pudding.

Yuso · C/de la Cruz 4 tel: 96 315 3967 Hidden away in a little street behind the Torres de Serranos, this restaurant has served consistently good food for years. Paellas and Arroz Melosos (wet rice) are the speciality here, along with well prepared Tapas. **

Tintofino Ultramarino · C/Corretgeria 38 tel: 96 315 3964 Save water, drink wine! is their slogan. This is a deli-cum-restaurant serving great cheeses, hams and tapas along with an extensive and interesting list of over 100 fine wines from Spain and around the world. ***

L'Antiga Botegueta · C/Purisima 6 tel: 677 405 931 Bustling and fun, with great tapas and lovely artwork on the walls. Ther's nothing on the menu we don't like and it is so reasonably priced. Gets Busy. Get a number if the place is busy, the waiter tells you roughly how long you'll wait and is pretty accurate. **

Paparazzi! · C/Baja 42 tel: 96 315 4588 Homecooked Italian food at a great price. The menu here every evening is just 10€ and the menu is really good and interesting. On Wednesdays dine to live Jazz and on Thursdays to Flamenco. A mixed crowd come here for the good food and service.**

San Miguel · C/San Miguel 7 tel: 96 392 3129 You can't miss their colourful terrace, always crowded with people eating or just enjoying a cocktail. Known for its rice dishes, particularly its Paella and Arroz Encebollado - a rice cooked with fish and onions. Extensive tapas list too.**

Vintara · Plaza de la Reina 19 tel: 96 392 4158 · A lively and attractive bodega, or wine bar serving great tapas, ham and a daily paella. **


Seu-Xerea · C/Conde Almadóvar 4 tel: 96 392 4000 One of the first and certainly the best known fusion restaurants in Valencia - had its 20th birthday just a few weeks ago. Delightful and surprising menu of food from all corners of the earth, beautifully presented and served in elegant and relaxed surroundings. The owner/chef is British.***

La Salvaora. · C/Calatrava 19 tel: 96 392 1484 Flamenco aficionados will love the photos of famous Flamenco stars all around the walls and the food does not disappoint. This is a 'Taberna Español' and the tapas and wines are excellent. ***

La Comisaria · Plaza Arbol 5 tel: 96 391 0739 Tapas y copas illegales. The chef creates his dishes before your very eyes (if you are lucky enough to sit downstairs) in this small and intimate bar/restaurant. Beautifully prepared and presented food that tastes as good as it looks. Very reasonably priced too. Pop in for a drink and a tapa and I guarantee you'll end up trying everything! ***

Los Cuentos · 200 Avenida del Puerto. Tel. 96 330 0022
Another one that does Mediterranean and Valencian cooking with a trendy twist. Los Cuentos offers stunningly prepared and presented food. The lunchtime menu is around €35 and there's a menu degustaçion of seven dishes for €45.

Yi · 15 Calle Antonio Suárez. Tel. 96 344 1567
Something on offer from all parts of Asia. Their degustacion menus are a great way of sampling Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai food. The ambience chilled and you are served with care — the only complaint is the rapid onslaught of dishes, so tell them to slow down!

Basilico · 42 Calle Cadiz. Tel. 96 316 8369 This café/restaurant is minute, so make sure you book a table in advance of your visit. Basilico is minimalist and modern, with attentive and friendly service by the English speaking owners. Interesting international food.

LaLola · 8 Calle Subida del Toledano. Tel. 96 391 8045 This restaurant serves well-presented Mediterranean food . Pay€45 for the menu desgustacion and let the chef choose what you are going to eat. There is often live music, flamenco or cool Jazz, while you eat! It is in a small alley just next to the Cathedral, look for the sign.

Though the recession here seems to be affecting the mid to low price establishments, not so for the more expensive restaurants which seem to be popping up all over town - here's a selection of our favourites..

Arrop · C/Almirante 14 tel: 96 392 5566 In the basement of the Hotel Palacio Marqués de Caro (it is scheduled to open in November) is this fairly new Michelin starred restaurant. The owner/chef is Richard Camarena. Minimalist decor and a backdrop of the old Moorish city walls, including a 12th century watch tower, which were only discovered while the hotel was being renovated.
A restaurant for special occasions. The food is wonderful, every dish a 'd'auteur' work of art. Open Tuesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner. There is a weekday lunch menu at 30€. An evening 'clásicos de Arrop' menu at 59.60€ and a menu entitled 'Los platos más contemporáneos de Richard Camerena' comprising 11 dishes for 78€. The wine list is extensive weighing in at 27 pages! ****

MercatBar · Joaquín Costa 27 tel: 96 374 8558 Quique Dacosta has long been renowned for his restaurant in Denia. Now he has opened two new restaurants in Valencia, this one, Mercatbar, is a glass-fronted local with a long bar where chefs prepare market fresh food in front of the diners. There are tables towards the back of the room for more leisurely dining. Price quality ratio is excellent and the bustling atmosphere is lovely. ***

Vuelve Carolina · C/Correos 8 tel: 96 321 8686 Quique Dacosta describes Vuelve Carolina as "tapas with a toque". Many of his Denia signature dishes are on offer in this restaurant. It's an informal affair with a lovely atmosphere. From tapas to full meals and at really quite reasonable prices given the quality and inventiveness on offer here. ****

Casa Montaña · C/Jose Benlliure 69 tel: 96 367 2314 It's been at the centre of Cabanyal's Tapas and wine scene forever - well since it was established in 1836. It serves an astonishingly good array of Tapas and has a wine list to match. A great place to meet with friends surrounded by the trappings of wine (huge wine barrels etc) and photos of famous visitors. ****

La Sucursal Del IVAM · 118 Calle Guillem de Castro. Tel. 96 374 6665
An elegantly modern restaurant with a fab wine list, different menu and inside Valencia's modern art museum (Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno), Expect to pay around €60-75 per person.

Rías Gallegas · 4 Calle Cirilo Amorós. Tel. 963 525 111
A galician restaurant that serves high quality seafood imported from the atlantic coast, a fantastic ambience and a wonderful wine cellar to chose from.

Chust Godoy · 36 Calle Boix. Tel. 96 391 3815
Not much more to say than this is just a fantastic restaurant that serves Spanish and Valencian food beautifully and Iit is served to you in a comfortable homlye surroundings.

Riff · 18 Calle Conde Altea. Tel. 96 333 5353
Bernd Knoller is the chef here and he is known to take his food very seriously. There's an excellent menu degustacion—a great way to sample the signature dishes.

San Nicolas · 8 Plaza Horno de San Nicolas. Tel. 96 391 5984
Here in this long established restaurant, the speciality is Valencian cuisine. Enjoy rice dishes cooked to perfection and market fresh fish. Also a great wine list.

Ampar · 14-16 Calle Navarro Reverter. Tel. 96 316 2884
In the lovely minimalist Hotel Hospes de la Mar, A black and white restaurant - black and white interior, minimalist of course, black clad waiters and a fantastic menu offeringbeautifully presented nouvelle cuisine. Also an extensive wine list on offer.


El Rall • Tunidores,2 (near La Lonja and Pl Negrito) Tel:96 392 20 90 Open everyday. Excellently located in the atmospheric centro historico with a great terrace. Experienced staff serve well-prepared rice dishes and fish specialities. Good quality meat dishes and tasty desserts make this newish restaurant a top choice in the centre. Relax, savour and take your time in what has already become a firm favourite in the Carmen. Recommended.

• • Chust Godoy • C/ Boix, 6 - 46003 Valencia • Tel. 96 391 3815. This is, quite simply, a great restaurant. Beautifully prepared Spanish and Valencian food, served in very comfortable surroundings by attentive and knowledgeable staff. They occasionally have special menus, such as, recently, a game menu, 14 courses with wine 53 euros per head. Be sure to book.

Lounge 33 · C/ San Dionisio Tel: 96 392 4161 Spanish with a twist, such a great idea, to do the traditional spanish menu imaginatively. Gay friendly and perfect for a 1st date, and the service is friendly but not too in your face.

Enoteca C/Vicente Iborra 3 tel: 96 315 20 72
New- and in the atmospheric Barrio del Carmen. A little bit different and quite special. Wine lovers will appreciate the list - 120 different vinos (tinto y blanco) - from Spain, France,Chile, Australia and the USA plus a fine range of cavas and champagnes. The food is exquisite and an original combination of French and Spanish - Foie Gras con Sardinas, Paté, Duck, Bacaloa, Jamón Iberica. Deserts include Luxuriant Ice creams and a fine selection of Cheeses. Cosmopolitain Staff of Spanish, French and German. Private mealscan be arranged for paties of ten or more with the menu of your choice.Original, atmospheric and highly recommended.

Taberna Valenciana • Calle San Ignacio de Loyola,1 Tel:96 384 74 66. Five minutes walk from the Torres de Quart, this a real Valencian tavern with room for seventy customers. Home-made dishes by a family-run business. A wide range of rices, tapas and meat dishes.Good quality food at reasonable prices. Worth the stroll.

Tasca Corona • C/corona,7 Turn left after Circus on c/Alta Tel: 96 392 63 36 This bright and fresh looking locale is proving to be very popular both day and night. One-minute walk from Calle Alta, it is well worth a visit.National specialities including Andalucian, Mallorcan, Aragonese and Valencian dishes. Popular with builders, artists, office workers, politicians, architects, foreigners. Recommended

Figón • C/ Centenar de la Ploma,3 Mellow restaurant in an atmospheric corner of the Barrio Carmen. Cheese and Spinach Croquetas, Imaginative salads, plenty of hams, rioja. On Sundays there are delicious paellas and plenty of Rioja to drink. Open every day from 8p.m. to 1a.m. Good service, rustic interior. Open afternoons on Sunday. Conveniently located near the I.V.A.M.

Utielana • Two entrances: Pl. Picadero dos Aguas,3 and San Andres,4 Just off Marqués de dos Aguas. Lunches only. Closed Sat. Very authentic and popular among Valencians. About 8euros for the full menu. Traditional home-cooking.

El Rincon de Roberto • Conde Altea,35 Describes itself as a ‘café-bar’, but it seems to us like more of a tasca. A strong competitor at lunchtime, with the terraza always full. The menu set us back about 6 euros each.

La Pepica • At the Beach - Avda. Neptuno,6 Tel:96 371 03 66 Open every day 13 to 16h and 20.30 to 23h (closed festival evenings). Rices and seafoods are the main ingredients, with paella Valenciana at 7 euros.Hemingway did eat here.


Tapineria - first left off Corregeria. Open evenings only during summer, from 21.30 to 24 or 1h. Closed Sun. Well-loved by the designer crowd, with international designer dishes to match. Menu at 15 euros.

Bodego de la Sarieta • Juristes,4 Off Corregería. Open mid-day and evenings. Closed Sun. Valencian cuisine plus a bit more. Menus of picadas and platos average 12euros, a la carte weighs in at 20-24 euros

Montalbán • Caballeros,10 Tel:963 92 44 95
Open every day, 13.30 to 16h and 21 to 23.30h
Its location and blue neon sign make this the most noticeable restaurant in Carmen - they accept reservations. General ‘Iberican’ menu at around12 euros includes their lamb speciality, plus steaks, monkfish and bull’s tail.

Dante • Calatrava,4 Next to Pl. Negrito Open evenings only. Italian restaurant/pizzeria, easily missed but with a spacious, atmospheric interior thanks in part to the tidy exposed brickwork and dim lighting. There are two other Dantes elsewhere in Valencia.

Amics Meus Cafe • C / Calixto III,6 Tel: 96 384 55 28.
In the beautiful Juan Llorens area, this is one of the best cafe-bocaterias of the community. A great view in peaceful surroundings it is the perfect meeting point day or night. Popular with the arts crowd and the clubbers for all the right reasons. Wide range of quality tapas, tasty sandwiches and excellent menu del dias. Friendly staff and well-prepared dishes at reasonable prices make Amics Meus a pleasure to relax in. Highly recommended.


La Galería · C/Baja 38 tel: 96 315 4494 Noisy and fun. Good honest inexpensive food. Popular with groups and couples alike. Named for the permanent exhibitions that adorn the walls.**

La Pilareta · C/Moro Ziet tel: 96 391 0497 Famous for serving the best Clochinas/Mejillones in Valencia. In case you didn't know they are both Mussels - Clochinas are the smaller, sweeter and shorter-season Valencian version. They are said to serve 4 tons of the things in Fallas! There are plastic boxes that line the bar, at your feet, for the empty shells. It's a legendary haunt for tapas lovers in the city. Always packed in the evenings.**

The Italians and the Chinese have safely bagged the top two spots in the foreign food department. Diversity is coming - Japanese cooking is currently the height of cool.But, though the recession here seems to be affecting the mid to low price establishments, not so for the more expensive restaurants which seem to be popping up all over town.


Don Salvatore Italiano • C/ Conde de Altea,41 Tel: 96 3731117 In the heart of the Canovas restaurant zone, this is a real treat of an Italian restaurant. Well-lit, excellent service and plenty of space. Nearly 40 pizzas to savour including Siciliana, Caprichosa and Americana. Delicious toppings of mushrooms, ham, onions, salmon, salami, tuna, spicy meats and more. Healthy salads including fruit and cheese choices.Try the original Don Salvatore spaghetti or enjoy well-prepared pasta dishes from Genova, Florence and Parma.Incredible choice of meats - solomillo, steaks, spicy, beef - nearly fifty dishes to choose from. A favourite with Valencian footballers and regularly visited by tourists and the foreign community. It is mentioned that in 1969 man arrived on the moon and that in 1997 Don Salvatore arrived in Valencia! A welcoming, classy Italian restaurant where a good meal with wine comes to about 20 Euros. Great for groups and a discerning option for couples looking for something a cut above the usual. Well- situated, popular and with bi-lingual, friendly owner. Highly recommended. ***

Las Lunas · C/Ciscar 35 tel: 662 047 091 Open all day as a bar in the morning and restaurant at lunch at dinner. The food here is excellent. International menu leaning towards Italian. You can choose to eat at the bar or in the attractive restaurant.***

BACCO D.O.C. • C/ los Derechos 29 Bajo (1min walk from La Lonja building). Tel: 96 391 19 65 A very original, Italian restaurant with a difference. The setting is fun and a little decadent. Stalagtites hang from the cave-like setting. It has one the most original washrooms in Valencia. The owners are Italian and Valencian, The food is very good and well-presented. Very varied menu Anti Pasti, Pasta, huge range of Pizzas. Good selection of wine. An excellent choice for first-timers, courting couples, experts and groups.Now a much wider range of tasty pasta and excellent pizza- a fun night out.

La Bottega Dell Ozio • Salvador Giner,1 Near Na Jordana and IVAM Tel: 96 391 10 70. Open 13.30 to 16.30h and 21h onwards. Original Italian deviating from the the typical routine(actually the first to do so) and with specialities of “anything-but-pizza” variety. Wines and tapas are also recommended.Genuine owner with lots of experience. Warm and intimate atmosphere.

Maramao • Corregería,37 Tel: 96 392 31 74 Open 14 to 16h and 21 to 24h.
This arty Italian is set in the heart of the atmospheric centro historico and achieves it’s aim of providing a sexy, upmarket Italian restaurant- with original design and an adventurous menu. Live music is an excellent idea.

Al Pomodoro • Del Mar,22 Tel: 96 3914800. Open 14 to 16h and 21 to 24h. Very popular Italian locale since its opening. Bright, well-designed interior on two floors.A top choice for groups and good value for money. Let’s be clear on one thing - the house speciality is PIZZA.

La Pappardella • Bordadores,5 Next to the Cathedral Tel: 96 3918915. Open 14 to 16h and 21 to 24h. Just as - if not even more - popular Italian restaurant ‘from the same school’ as Al Pomodoro, but without pizza and with the emphasis this time on Piadinas and pastas. Like Al Pomodoro, has universal appeal.Conveniently located near the Cathedral.Now more visible.

Peperoncino, Maestro Gozalbo,29 tel 96 373 2254
Tables and chairs both in and out serving slices of pizza and focacce .

Sale & Pepe • C/Joaquin Costa,61 • Tel: 96 395 90 54 In the cosmopolitan Canovas area, this is an original Italian restaurant run by the owners of the renowned La Botega Dell Ozio. In Sale & Pepe you will find a large range of delicious pizzas prepared the authentic way by Italian chefs.. Check out their Peppe Nappa with Tomato, mozzarella, ham and mushrooms or their native Pizza Siciliana with tomato, mozzarella, aubergine, capers, parmesan and basil. Fine range of delicious salad dishes like their Insalata di Rucole with prawns and pineapple.
Excellent pasta dishes like Alfredo, Siciliana and more with choices from Italy’s many regions. Depending on what you are drinking(over 30 wines to choose from) expect a meal to come between 6-12 euros. Relaxed atmosphere, comfortable surroundings and experienced staff. Check it out.

The Beach
Hosteria el Vizio, C/Eugenia Vines 105, tel: 96 372 7778
open all day 7 days a week.
A brand new Italian restaurant serving beautifully prepared food, not your typical pizza, pasta (though they serve excellent versions of both!) Great atmosphere, lively and really friendly staff. Great for parties, they even have a room perfect for a small private dinner. Inexpensive and great value. Opposite the Hotel Arenas on Malvarrosa.**

Spaghetti and Blues • Playa de la Patacona.C/Partida de Vera,109 Tel: 96 550 474. 15 minutes walk up from Malva-Rosa. Italian with blues every night. On the beach front, with terrazas front and back. Two other S&Bs exist in town - including Avda Reina de Valencia.

Il Ghiottone • Císcar,34
Take advantage of the 20% discount (or free bottle of Lambrusco) offered Mon to Thurs (any time) and Friday lunchtime.

Rincon Griego • Conde Montornes • Take away as well. Tel: 96 394 44 43
The oldest Greek restaurant in the community.

Taj-Mahal Indian Restaurant
Dr Manuel Candela, 20 •. Tel: 96 330 62 64
One of the original Indian restaurants in Valencia. Classic menu with all your favourites: Chicken Tandoori, Chicken tikka, King Prawn Tandoori, Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb. Wide variety of rices with vegetable, lime and lemon.They have an excellent food store for all your exotic food requirements and a 'Bollywood' Video library**

C/ Salamanca,15 Tel: 96 395 00 75.

This Turkish restaurant has terrific food. For only 3 euros you can eat home-made bread, kebab, kofte or turkish pizza. Beside the shoarma they have a large menu with a lot of delicious and special plates. French, English, Turkish and Spanish speaking staff make this bar/restaurant worth visiting.

Aire Latino
Taquígrafo Martí, 20.

Live music.

El Gaucho
Conde Altea

Rustic interior, friendly owners and plenty of meats.

Babalú · C/Mayans 17 tel: 96 315 5040 Great food and a great atmosphere and serving authentic Cuban food. It's a bar too with a lively soundtrack. ***

Peggy Sue's American Diner C/Quart tel:96 391 9018 An authentic American Diner. All Pink and Blue and chequered floor. With aluminium trim and Americana and a menu to match. Hamburgers and Sandwiches cheesecakes and cinnamon rolls and ice cream - what more could you wish for! And a takeaway service too!**

TGI Friday's ·GV Marques del Turia 36-38 tel: 96 307 3097. The old favourite comes to Valencia. ***

Tony Roma's · Plaza Canovas 2 · Tel: 96 351 3433
The best ribs in town - try a combo - ribs'n'chicken

Little Rock • Blasco Ibáñez

Río Grande • Blasco Ibáñez/Yecla

Atmosphere · Institut Francaise C/Moro Ziet 6 tel: 96 392 0009 We really like this little bit of France. A small but perfectly formed menu of French Favourites. Choose your meal from three course for 10€ or two for 8. 60. Wine is French and they have the odd special even like wine and food nights -and there is a nice terrace too..**

El Bicho Raro • C/ Conde Montornes,9 Tel:96 392 49 20 One of the Finest French restaurants in Valencia. Specialities Duck, Crepe, Salmon, cheeses. 4 minutes from Plaza la Virgen. Authentic French atmosphere.

Piano Vert Fromagerie • Salamanca,18
Tel: 96 373 09 35
Evenings only. Closed Sun. Excellent salads, plates of cheese and pates. Pay about 15 euros.

Yi • C/Antonio Suárez, 15 • Tel: 96 344 1567. Food from all around Asia. Their menus 'degustacion' are a great way of sampling Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai. The food is great, the ambience too, is great, our only complaint is the the rapid onslaught of the successive dishes, so tell them to Slow Down!

14 Ernesto Ferrer, Tel: 96 369 68 51

Tastem have three restaurants in Valencia, well actually one is outside the city in the village of Rocafort. Superb quality Japanese food in ultra modern surroundings.**** and the other is--

Sushi and Tapas · C/Salamanca 10 tel: 96 061 7874 Just what it says on the sign, a very clever mix of sushi and tapas. ***

Kaede • Calle Ciscar Tel:96 333 86 33 Open 12.30 to 16.30 and 20.30 to midnight. Kaede has been waiting for the Japanese craze in Madrid and Barcelona to reach Valencia... Needs a little updating decor wise but the food is still good and Not as pricey as you’d expect (15-18 euros per head) and the healthiest option available.

Beirut King • C/ Alta 3, tel: 96 392 6402 & C/ Felip María Garín 4, tel: 96 337 2164 Great service and particularly good value. A favourite of the thisisvalencia team who go there for their excellent mezze - a bargain at around 7 euros.And - sounds naff - but is actually great - their Lebanese burger.** takeaway too

Casa el Famós
Ermita de Vera, 14 Tel: 963710 028 or 963556 384
(closed Sunday evening)
In la Huerta of Valencia. Part Restaurant, part museum.Noisy and fun, this restaurant is a delight. Still run by the Navarro family, who are both helpful and courteous. The paella, melloso and rabbit, still cooked over orange wood fires, are exceptional. The menu is typical Valencian and if you’re not sure what to order, they are happy to help . But leave room for the puddings, they are delicious. The clientele are still a mix of workers and artists but don’t be surprised if you find yourself in the company of doctors, lawyers, journalists or even politicians. The atmosphere is friendly and informal. The only downside is very limited parking, so be warned.
Around 20 Euros for lunch

Tarangalila · Avda. Maestro Rodrigo 13 tel: 96 347 2803 Open every day from 14 to 15.30h and 21.30 to 2h (closed Sun mid-day). International cuisine, accompanied by drag queens (“La Prohibida” and the son of Lydia Peters) singing every evening. Very popular, especially with groups.

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