Valencia

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El Poblet
8
$$$
Mediterranean
Sant Francesc
3 reviews
In the heart of Valencia, this comfortable restaurant has a contemporary look. — Michelin Guide
Casa Montaña
8
$$
Mediterranean
El Cabanyal-El Canyamelar
5 reviews
This neighborhood bar with its bottles-and-barrels decor has been selling champañet (mistelle brandy mixed with soda water) and cask-poured wine since 1836. — Concierge
La Pepica
8
$$
Mediterranean
El Cabanyal-El Canyamelar
6 reviews
Since its opening in 1898, La Pepica has been a favorite of Spanish royalty and it was once frequented by Ernest Hemingway. Today, it is still famous for its paellas. — Gayot
La Taberna del Gourmet
8
$$
3 reviews
This taverna could almost be described as a tapas museum! Huge choice of tapas on display, all prepared using high quality ingredients, as well as an extensive selection of wines. — Michelin Guide
Monastrell
8
$$$
2 reviews
The restaurant is named for the indigenous black grape of the area, and the chef probably uses more Alicante saffron in her cooking than any other chef in Spain. — Frommer's
Ricard Camarena Restaurant
8
$$$
Mediterranean
3 reviews
A restaurant boasting a thoroughly modern and meticulous look. — Michelin Guide
Riff
7
$$$
Mediterranean
La Gran Via
3 reviews
Chef Bernd Knöller may be German, but his understanding of local traditions (he's lived in Spain for more than 15 years) has made Riff one of the city's most popular Mediterranean restaurants. — Concierge
El Portalon
7
$$
3 reviews
El Portal's modern interior features a blue colour scheme, an attractive bar, tall tapas tables and a small dining room. Extensive menu of contemporary tapas and raciones. — Michelin Guide
Restaurante Eladio
7
$$$
Spanish
3 reviews
Eladio Rodríguez prepares a daily menu based on the freshest seasonal ingredients to assure the tastiest Spanish and International cuisine. — Gayot
Refugio
7
$$
Mediterranean
El Carme
2 reviews
Restaurante del Carmen in the historic quarter of Valencia is known for its seasonal cooking with high quality ingredients, careful presentation, friendly and informal service. — Michelin Guide
Cerveceria Sento Rambla
7
$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
Superb, quality montaditos (little rolls) and grilled things are the reason to squeeze into this brilliant little bar. — Lonely Planet
2 Estaciones
7
$$
Mediterranean
Russafa
2 reviews
Informal bistro ambience with an open-view kitchen and unusual tables made with the legs of old sewing machines. Seasonal, Mediterranean cuisine with a contemporary twist. — Michelin Guide
Entrevins
7
$
Mediterranean
La Xerea
2 reviews
Entrevins has a minimalist, contemporary look and a surprising location in a central Modernist building, which has been restored following major renovation work — Michelin Guide
Restaurante Óscar Torrijos
7
Mestalla
2 reviews
Rice with rape (monkfish) and artichokes is excellent, as is rice with king prawns. Fish from both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic appear frequently on the menu. — Frommer's
Gran Azul
7
$$
Mediterranean
Mestalla
2 reviews
Gran Azul has a contemporary and informal feel — Michelin Guide
Piripi
7
$$$
European
2 reviews
This highly regarded restaurant is strong on rice, seafood and fish, which arrives fresh daily from the wholesale markets of Denia and Santa Pola. — Lonely Planet
La Ereta
7
$$$
2 reviews
La Riua
7
$$
Mediterranean
La Xerea
2 reviews
Set in Valencia's historic core, a short walk from Plaza de la Reina and the cathedral, this well-managed restaurant does a good business with local residents and an even bigger one with tourists. — Frommer's
Nou Manolin
7
$$$
2 reviews
Horchateria Santa Catalina
7
$$
Spanish
La Seu
3 reviews
It’s also famous for being the oldest horchateria—over 200 years old—according to its sign out front. — Afar Magazine
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