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El Kiosco · Plaza Doctor Collado.
A fine example of the addage, don't judge a book by its cover, this! In this tiny plaza, just behind the famous La Lonja (the 12th Century world heritage building that was once the Silk Exchange that bought the city its original great wealth), is this small, slightly grubby-looking bar that probably serves the best Spanish food in El Carmen. The lunch menu will set you back a ridiculous €10 euros - with wine! It has, in the past, been voted one of the best places in the world to have lunch by the Daily Telegraph. *Editors Choice

Seu Xerea · Calle Conde de Almodovar, 4. 96 392 4000 This restaurant has gained quite a reputation in Valencia over the last few years, Mediterranean with a touch of the Orient, the ambience is relaxed smart and the service is impeccable. The lunch menu will set you back €20 and the evening menu de degustación around €45. It attracts cool crowd and is situated just behind the stunning Plaza de la virgen. ***Editors choice

Tintofino Ultramarino · C/Corretgeria 38 tel: 96 315 3964 Save water, drink wine! is their slogan. This is an attractive and interesting 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. ***

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. **

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 are the speciality here, along with well prepared Tapas. **

La Lola · Calle Subida del Toledano, 8 . Tel. 96 391 8045 Flamenco and Jazz certain nights of the week. Pay around €45 for the menu de desgustacion and let the chefs choose what you are going to eat. And alternative and interesting way of eating out. ***

La Sucursal Del IVAM · Calle Guillem de Castro, 118. Tel. 96 374 6665 Inside the IVAM (Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno), Valencias famous modern art museum, is this elegant and modern restaurant that serves Spanish comida d'auteur, and has an amazing wine list. One. Michelin Star Eat inside in winter and eat outside amongst huge modern art pieces during the warmer months. Be prepared to pay around €60 - €80 per person. Well worth the price. ****

Chust Godoy · Calle Boix, 6. Tel. 96 391 3815 Beautifully served and delicious Spanish and Valencian food served in rustic/modern, comfortable surroundings. The menu de desgustación will set you back around €50 euros ahead. ****

San Nicolas · Plaza Horno de San Nicolas, 8. Tel. 96 391 5984 This family restaurant, founded in 1983 and still going strong, specializes in market fresh fish and rice dishes. It is small, cosy and the staff are friendly and familiar. They are also very proud of their wine list. Closed Sunday nights. ****

Taberna Valenciana · Calle San Ignacio de Loyola, 1 Tel. 96 384 7466.
This medium sized authentic Valencian tavern 5 minutes away from the Torres de Quart, is a family run business and has been around for years. They serve hearty Valencian rices, tapas and meats. **

Tasca Corona · Calle Corona,7. Tel. 96 392 63 36 Popular with people from all walks of life, and just a minute away from the Calle Alta, they specialise in foods from Andalucia, Mallorca and Valencia. We recommend it. **

El Figón de la Palmoa · Plaza Centenar de la Ploma, 3. Tel. 96 391 7527 This little restaurant tucked away in the barrio, serves exquisite tapas and salads. On Sundays they offer home made paellas. Open every day, and on the first Saturday of every month you can enjoy a live tango show by an Argentinian duo. Located near the IVAM. **

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 event.**

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.**

Tapineria · C/ Tapineria, 16 tel:963 915 440 This cosy restaurant has been feeding Valencianos for 25 years now and is still going strong. Spanish food with a trendy twist, but served in a traditional and relaxed atmosphere. */**

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!**

Bodegó de la Sarieta · Calle Juristes,4 (Just off the plaza de la reina). Tel. 96 392 3538. This pretty little restaurant is just round the corner from the famous miguelete (something you have to see in Valencia) and has a fantastic reputation. Valencian cuisine and some. Everything is fresh, even their chips and everything is freshly cooked there and then. Main plates cost around 12 euros, a la carte will set you back around 25. Open mid-day and evenings. Closed Sun. **

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. **Editors Choice

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 really tastes as good as it looks. It's very reasonably priced too. Pop in for a drink and a tapa and I guarantee you'll end up trying everything! ***Editors Choice

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. ***Editors Choice

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.**

Dante · Calle Calatrava,4 (Next to Pl. Negrito). 96 391 7075 This sometimes overly busy pizzeria, gets so busy that it is only common sense to book a table! Quite discreet so look out for it! Choose your own ingredients and they make your pizza, and have a large selection of interesting salads. Open evenings only. (One of three in Valencia. Av. del puerto, 224, tel. 96 330 66 69 and Calle Betato Nicolas factor, 8, tel.96 341 97 38.) */**

La Bottega Dell´Ozio · Calle. Salvador Giner,1. Tel. 96 391 10 70. This cosy Italian has an anything Italian but pizza rule! So don't expect your typical Italian meal. Good wine list, And ironically their tapas are great too. Near Na Jordana and IVAM Open 13.30 to 16.30h and 21h onwards. **

La Dispensa della Nonna · Pl. Santa Úrsula, 3. Tel. 96 392 2629. This very loud Italian has recently been refurbished with a trendier design and been made more spacious and attracts a cosmopolitan crowd. Quality comes first here at La Dispenser, not fantastic service but the food is good and hearty Italian. Good for couples and groups. */**

Maramao · Calle Corretgería, 37. Tel. 96 392 3174 Serves different Italian, Thai and Mediterranean food in an upmarket classy way. Not cheap, but has a large clientele and guarantees a good and satisfying meal. Open 14 to 16h and 21 to 24h. **

Al Pomodoro · Calle del Mar, 22. Tel. 96 391 4800. It has to be said that this is one of the best Italians in Valencia city. One of 3 of the Vicios italianos chain, this one specialises in pizza and gorgeous antipastis. Everything is fresh, from Italy and the central market, with fun staff this is value for money and you are guaranteed a fun and fantastic meal. */**

Refugio · Calle Alta, 42. Tel. 96 391 7754 Rosario and Paco have run this place for many years but have recently changed the venue and more improtantly the Menu radically, for this was once the famous mariuana restaurant (fret-cut Leaves still adorn the shutters. Now it's a much more up-market affair with a delicious and well presented array of food and a good wine list to go with it. It has a bargain lunchtime menú del día at 10euros and a weekend version at 13euros including wine and a pud! Well worth a visit this one , tell Paco we sent you! */**

100 Montaditos · Plaza de la Reina, 10. and other places around town Probably the quickest and cheapest way to eat out with! Tiny baguettes with 100 (ironically) different fillings to choose from, for 1.20 each! Each tray comes with a ridiculous amount of crisps, the best part is writing your name on the order slip. The names get sillier and sillier as the night goes on. Wednesday all day everything is a euro! No reservations are taken so get there early as it really does get busy! *Especially Wednesday. ed

La Xirgu · Calle de los Borjas. Tel. 96 392 2735 Just a minutes walk from the Calle Caballeros, the busiest street in the barrio, is this large sandwich bar. With a large selection of fillings, breads, salads and a few tapas, this place fills up so much that people stand on the streets for hours waiting for a table. Try to book, or turn up early. **

El Rall
Calle Tunidores, 2. Tel. 96 392 2090
Rice dishes, meats and good puddings. Nice terrace behind laLlonjato sit and watch the world go by. **

Delicat, C/Conde de Almadovar 4,(just off Plaza de la Virgen) Bang next door to Seu-Xerea, this small restaurant is run by a very friendly husband and wife team, he is in the kitchen and she is front of house. Like their neighbour, they serve fusion food. No menu as such, but 15€ gets you a lovely and surprising assortment of dishes.**Editors Choice

La Rentaora Bodega, Plaza Mossén Sorell, 670 396 302 Just next to the new Market in this plaza is this excellent little tapas restaurant. Its very inexpensive quality food and friendly atmosphere means that it is packed most nights, so get there early if you don't want to queue.*Editors Choice

La Parpadella · Calle Borradores, 10. Tel. 96 391 8915 Another of the vicios italianos successes. This italian is always busy and serves the best pasta and piadinis (griddle-cooked sandwiches) and salads. Mad staff, fantastic art pieces, all in all, a lot of fun and fab value for money. **

Casa Mario Calle Roteros, 3. Tel. 96 392 44 52 A tiny restaurant on a busy road just behind the Torres de Serrano. Typical Valencian cuisine, mainly fresh fish, beautifully made and presented. Amazingly attentive staff. Try and get a table outside if you can, and watch the world go by whilst you enjoy your meal. **

Restaurante Dalia negra · Calle Subida del Toledano,6 tel: 96 065 0555 A restaurant offering the best in Spanish cuisine. Paella of course and a wide variety of other rice dishea, market fresh fish and meat and a big variety of tapas. A good list of Spanish wines and a quiet and pleasant terrace next to the cathedral. Groups welcome. Menú del Día is 20€ and there's a menú degustación on offer at 50€**

Ocho y Media · Plaza Lope de Vega, 4. Tel. 96 392 2022 This large, two floored restaurant is set on a square just behind the newly restored (not quite yet finshed!) Rotunda. A beautiful dining room and weather permitting, a nice terrace. ***

La Taberna de Marisa · Calle Caballeros, 47. Tel. 96 392 1827 Though the menu is small, all dishes come in 3 sizes, tapas, to share, or as a main course. Always busy and the staff are friendly, set in the heart of the barri opposite Bar San Jaume. ***

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