In smaller towns and villages across Spain, it can sometimes be a challenge to find
Located in the city
We ordered the guacamole, hummus
All in all, the meal was a 10/10 for me and four dishes were more than enough between two people. Although some reviewers pointed out that there were cheaper places to eat in Valencia, our bill (including two nice crafty-type beers) came to €30. So I thought it was pretty
It’s worth noting that Oslo has two sister restaurants in the city – Malmo
Usually, city delicacies tend to rely on meat and dairy. However, there’s a little drink native to Valencia that even us vegans can enjoy. That’s because Horchata is a kind of plant milk made from tiger nuts, water, and sugar.
The drink originated in Valencia and is thought to have been brought by the first Muslim settlers in Spain. Horchata is available from vendors across the city. However, the Horchatería Santa Catalina is probably the best place to visit and boasts plenty of charm thanks to its quaint tiling and traditional interior.
Although associated with Spain in general, paella is actually native to Valencia. Traditionally the rice dish is made with chicken, beans, rabbit and sometimes snails. However, a range of various incarnations
Aloha Vegan Delights
If fast food is more your thing, be sure to check out Aloha Vegan Delights. Again, the eatery is 100% vegan and offers a menu packed with satisfying veggie burgers and seitan kebabs. We both ordered different burgers which were delicious but everything that came out of the kitchen was freshly prepared and looked amazing.
Top tip: Don’t forget the siesta!
If you’re thinking about eating out in Valencia don’t do what we did and forget about siesta time. Most eateries shut in the afternoon from about 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. – so don’t get caught hungry.