Valencia

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Sant Francesc
3 reviews
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El Cabanyal-El Canyamelar
5 reviews
An institution since 1836, this barrel-filled bodega serves the tastiest tapas in Valencia. — Frommer's
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El Cabanyal-El Canyamelar
6 reviews
Ernest Hemingway wrote that "Dinner at Pepica's was wonderful"—and the recommendation is still valid today. — Concierge
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3 reviews
This comfortable restaurant and wine bar in the heart of the casco antiguo (old town) earns high marks from locals and international visitors alike. — Fodor's
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La Gran Via
3 reviews
This centrally located restaurant has an attractive layout and a carefully styled minimalist look — Michelin Guide
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Spanish
3 reviews
Eladio Rodríguez prepares a daily menu based on the freshest seasonal ingredients to assure the tastiest Spanish and International cuisine. — Gayot
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
A chic and relaxing interior is the setting for Ricard Camarena’s innovative Valencian cuisine. — Afar Magazine
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Mestalla
2 reviews
Gran Azul has a contemporary and informal feel — Michelin Guide
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Mestalla
2 reviews
Torrijos offers traditional paellas as well as a varied menu of Mediterranean and International cuisine. — Gayot
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2 reviews
La Ereta not only enjoys the most scenic and tranquil location in Alicante, right next to the castle in the Parque de la Ereta, but it also serves some of the best cuisine. — Frommer's
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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
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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
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La Xerea
2 reviews
A favorite of Valencia's well-connected and well-to-do since 1982, this family-run restaurant a few steps from the Plaza de la Reina specializes in seafood dishes like anguilas (eels). — Fodor's
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2 reviews
Popular tapas bar on the ground floor of the Nou Manolín restaurant. It also deserves to be recommended because of its nicely prepared cuisine. — Michelin Guide
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La Seu
3 reviews
More colorful majolica tiles adorn the elegant main dining room, where perfectly coiffed matrons sit chatting while they dip long donuts called (we're not kidding) fartons into their horchata. — Concierge
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Large picture windows and a pleasant bar, although what really marks this restaurant out is its high-class cuisine. — Michelin Guide
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Mestalla
2 reviews
The owner-chef here conjures up creative cuisine in a spacious, minimalist-style dining room with a glass-fronted wine cellar with views through to the kitchen — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
In addition to its interesting creative cuisine, which is reflected in its gastronomic menus, Vertical stands out for its attractive decor and excellent views from its location. — Michelin Guide
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Spanish
El Mercat
2 reviews
Prefer something lighter? Try the tapas bar downstairs (or a table on the sidewalk) for Basque-style pinchos of cod, sweet red peppers, anchovies, and other delicacies on slabs of crusty bread. — Fodor's
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