Down the street from Plaza de la Reina, this restaurant serves traditional tapas, paella, and meat dishes. You can try paella Valencia, paella de marisco, fried cod, or pork chops with onion and then finish off your meal with dates filled with caramel. The restaurant also has a good selection of regional wines to accompany the fresh, local food. The Valencian ceramic décor and jazz music creates a calm and comfortable atmosphere. Both locals and tourists frequent this establishment.
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