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4 based on 796 reviews
Local food restaurant. Incognito place for dates and small celebrations. Food and wine lovers island in a quite harbor of city center.
Look, nice location, good wine selection. Food is modern fusion cuisine, so if after traditional Spanish food this is not it.Major CCs accepted. Small place, and when full very loud and noisy.It was ok. Good service, menu in English as well.
4 based on 1577 reviews
Met all the expectations. Went here with my girlfriend and started with the foie gras calvados, which was delightful. For the main course we had the sea fruit paella. Best paella weâve ever had. Also the waitress was great. Super friendly and good advise on the wine and food. Would definitely recommend this place to everybody and would definitely go back here if I have the chance.
4 based on 622 reviews
L'Odisea is a new concept of seafood restaurant in Valencia. Like at the market, the customer chooses among a wide range of fresh seafood and fishes. Prices are set according to the amount of seafood chosen by the customer. While the customer chooses his
Had an amazing meal at this seafood restaurant just round the corner from the Mercado central. You effectively went to a market style fish counter and selected the fish you wanted to have and how much. They then cooked it and served with some tasty side dishes. We had Octopus, Scallops, salmon, prawns and sea bream. The staff were so friendly and helpful in selecting quantities and matching wine. Delicious - especially the octopus. Highly recommend this restaurant if you are in Valencia.taScottish_adam,Many thanks for those kind words, we really appreciated!come back soon!
4 based on 837 reviews
Raw cuisine from all over the world - tuna & salmon tartar, various ceviches, tataki, french oysters etc. Fresh seafood and fish, tapas and cocktail bar
Top restaurant with very particular and great choices. I took Iberian pork tataki, grilled octopus and goat cheese cake. All excellent. Loved it. Friendly service, not too fast which is actually good. Reasonable prices yet little above average (would say, of course).
4 based on 396 reviews
Cod was fantastic, also the rice with lobster (caldoso de bogavante), and the leg of lamb. Euro 30 per head, including white wine.
4 based on 3787 reviews
Closed for holidays until 10th of September 2018
Extremely popular paella restaurant, always full and queueing, so book in advance. They provide all kinds of paella, including common seafood or inkfish versions. I would recommend paella valenciana, the earliest and most traditional Valencia taste. This and the vegetarian paella are the 2 dishes that need to book at least 1 day in advance.
4 based on 512 reviews
Very cozy place in the heart of the Barrio del Carmen,where every day you can taste new dishes of fresh fish and seafood of traditional italian-seaness recipes,in our menu. Fresh products of the day, from the central market of Valencia to your table! An a
One starter; mussels just ok. Nothing special about the sauce. Not tasty. One octopus average. One tuna ok but with almost no contorni. Cannoli siciliani very good. The space by it self is nothing special. Small and not cozy. The table service is nice.We are a small marine tavern in the oldest neighborhood of the city in a 190-year-old palace. With the fresh tuna in sesame crust (300gr, 18 euro) we also put a small salad and we do it as a courtesy, because we also have a salad plate (â¬ 7.50) that if the client wants, he can order without problem, we are here for that: prepare dishes to sell and this is sometimes forgotten when you go to a restaurant. If a customer wants a salad, then ask for it and pay it. regards
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