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Valencia becomes this weekend the cultural epicenter of the world of comics, digital culture and intelligent leisure with the celebration at Feria Valencia of the third edition of the Valencia Comic Fair 2023. If you are passionate about this art and you plan to attend the event, you can not miss these gastronomic recommendations in the city that will make you close the day with a flourish. Take note. None of them is wasted.


It is one of the winners of the T de Oro de Tapas Magazine award in the Valencian Community. The restaurant is run by Rakel Cernicharo, a young Valencian chef with an overwhelming and creative personality who dares to design different dishes, strong and full of flavor. It has three menus/experiences: Fire, smoke and embers; but the undisputed protagonist of this season is the smoke. Cured, smoked, some subtle, others intense.

Carrer del Músic Peydró, 9, 46001 València, Valencia


We are before a new Lienzo, on which is stamped a Michelin star, achieved with great effort, because here there has been no patron worth. María José Martínez is a born worker, always seconded by Juanjo Soria in the dining room, and it turns out that she has found the most flattering tonality for her cuisine. Years painting dishes with local and seasonal products, to finally round off her vegetable discourse and explode it with precise technique. Another of its singularities is the honey, because it comes from a family of beekeepers, which furrows its menu from the cannelloni snack to the honeycomb dessert.

Pl. de Tetuan, 18, Bajo Derecha, 46003 Valencia

Al Tún Tún

Its retro style furniture (pay attention to the lamps), its large windows and high ceilings make it a very original restaurant. The menu features succulent dishes such as: Oysters in tempura, truffled potato omelette with Josper, beach squid with Josper accompanied by blanquet, onion confit and its own ink, natural tuna tartar with cured egg yolk, Galician Rubia Txuletón with 75 days of maturation. You will not be disappointed.

Pl. d’Amèrica, 4, 46004 València, Valencia

Vaqueta Gastro Mercat

In May 2019, the Gastro Trinquet group opened the doors of this restaurant that takes its name from the vaqueta, a term that refers to both the native snail of Valencia and the cow skin with which the balls used in Valencian “pilota” (the traditional sport of the city) are lined. They have a menu based on the Valencian gastronomy, elaborated with products of proximity and with a touch of the embers, and without forgetting the rice both dry and mellow, in addition to a sushi bar with Mediterranean touches. And to close with a flourish, they offer current versions of Valencian desserts and signature cocktails.

Carrer de Sant Ferran, 22, 46001 València


In this coquettish and unique place, with eclectic decor, you can enjoy a casual and original cuisine featuring tasty gastronomic proposals from the five continents. On the menu you can find such tasty dishes as: Iberian ham croquettes, oxtail taco with avocado and corn, kebab-style lamb stuffed bao bread, mushroom, duck and foie rice, black rice with lace and tender garlic, the Valen&Cia hamburger, caramelized apple tart tatin with vanilla ice cream or nougat ice cream with toasted almonds, among others.

C/ de Sorní, 35, 46004 València, Valencia

Palau Alameda

It raised its shutter in 2018 and since then it has not stopped revolutionizing the Valencian scene thanks to its three spaces: the terrace, the lounge and the nightclub. The menu features dishes as delicious as 100% pure acorn-fed Iberian ham from Guijuelo, artichoke flower, egg and Iberian jowl, eggplant with josper molasses, herb yogurt and vegetable chips, artisan chocolate croquettes, monkfish sirloin with spinach, chickpeas and honey aioli, steak tartar with cured egg yolk and potato straws, sepionet and shrimp fideuà, among others.

Carrer de Muñoz Seca, 2, 46010 València, Valencia

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