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Popular Restaurants in Valencia

If you're a first time visitor to Valencia, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Valencia.

What are some good restaurants in Valencia?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Valencia.

Seu Xerea
C. Conde de Almodóvar, 4 Valencia, Valencia
Trattoría Da Carlo Restaurant
Valencia, Spain

963 93 55 62
Chocolateria Valor Valencia
Plaça de la Reina, 20 Valencia, Valencia
Sagardi Valencia Centro
6 Calle de San Vicente Mártir Valencia, Valencia

933 42 54 11
Restaurante Canela
49 Carrer de Quart V, Spain

963 91 75 38
Pastelería C. Aixa
30 Calle Pro Tomás y Valiente Valencia, Valencian Community

961 42 25 19
Vuelve Carolina
Correos, 8 Valencia, Valencia
A Tu Gusto
Marqués de Lozoya, 4 Valencia, Valencia
Casa Mundo
Don Juan de Austria 11 Valencia, Valencia
4 Plaza de Vicente Ros Belda Valencia, Valencian Community

963 89 19 02
Rincón del Faro
49 Carretera de Barcelona Valencia, Valencian Community

961 42 01 20
Horchatería El Siglo
Plaza de Santa Catalina, 11 Valencia, Comunitat Valenciana
Restaurante El Rincón del Faro
1 Calle Ciudades Unidas Valencia, Valencian Community

961 72 45 63
Ao Yama
3 Carrer de Joaquín Costa Valencia, Valencian Community

963 74 89 43
Burdeos in Love
4 Carrer del Mar Valencia, Valencian Community

963 91 43 50


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"In Valencia both Seu Xerea and La Lola serve delicious twists on traditional Valencian meals."  See More

"The place that I did that the most was at Trattoría Da Carlo Restaurant."  See More

"For Japanese, I love Ao Yama where I can get all you can eat food from tempura to teriyaki, sushi to green tea ice cream."  See More

"Hi Sandra, I was living in Valencia for 3 months and what I really know is a place to eat :) For breakfast - Mercado de Colón is super cozy and you can find a lot of choices there, for dinner and paella - Restaurante Canela, for tapas - La Greta, for live flamenco perfomances (dance and singing) - Café del Duende."  See More

"It's home to my favorite bakery, Pastelería C Aixa and the family who runs it - a place to sit, chat, and sip a "tallat."  See More

"Go to Rincón del Faro for coulan (everything on the menu is good)."  See More

"For horchata or cups of hot drinking chocolate stop at Horchatería El Siglo or Chocolateria Valor Valencia."  See More

"There's a tiny place just north of Valencia in Pucol called Restaurante El Rincón del Faro (www."  See More

Where can I find out more about Valencia?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Valencia locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Valencia.

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