Located down one of the many small side streets of Valencia, this tapas restaurant and wine bar serves Spanish and Mediterranean dishes at reasonable prices. The menu of the day is an especially good deal at 8.50 euro, and, as the name implies, changes daily. Here they serve traditional Spanish tapas, like meatballs in sauce and plates of sliced meats and cheeses, but there are all sorts of Italian options as well, such as eggplant lasagna and bruschetta. Naturally, there are plenty of wines to choose from, and the friendly staff even speaks enough English to recommend a pairing. Desserts are rumored to be some of the best in town, with choices like cheesecake, tiramisu, and chocolate lava cake with ice cream. During the dinner hours, the small, homey space begins to fill up quickly, so arrive early for your choice of seats. If you can’t make it until later, reservations are available.
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