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Editorial OCTOBER 2017 AUTUMN IN VALENCIA Some say that Autumn in Valencia is the city at its best. The restaurant and café-bar terrazas are still blessed with sunshine and Levante’s special light that the painter Sorolla missed so much when he left the region. Thankfully, the temperatures are more pleasant and the new season is beginning to buzz as people have more time to meet up and go out after such a sweltering hot summer… For those of you who tend to get a touch melancholy with the change of season, Helen Westwater has a ‘Ohio Pumpkin Soup’ recipe to blow away the autumnal blues. We also visit the highly popular and good value ‘Kaña Makan’ for Mediterranean tapas with Middle Eastern influences. The legendary ‘Bodega Valero ‘celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2017 and we have an exclusive report on this bohemian enclave, which is off the beaten track. In the historic centre, we have a great night dining out at firm favourite ‘Anita Giro’ just for you! For an insight into Valencia’s rich history, check out exclusive and informative articles on ‘La Lonja’ and ‘Baroque Valencia’. In ‘Valencia Music’, we have an interview with rising star
and singer-songwriter Soledad Vélez. Check out our October agenda for live music and clubbing nights… See you next month! 24/ 7 Valencia team ‘Gold and silver is the Autumn Soft and tender are her skies Yes and no are the answers Written in my true love’s eyes Autumn’s leaving and winter’s coming I think that I’ll be moving along I’ve got to leave her and find another I’ve got to sing my heart’s true song Round and round the burning circle All the seasons, one, two and three Autumn comes and then the Winter Spring is born and wanders free Gold and silver burned my Autumns All too soon they’d fade and die And then, ah there were no others Milk and honey were their lies’ (Milk and Honey by Jackson C. Frank)
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SOLEDAD VELEZ 1. Can you tell something about your background and musical influences?
I’m always listening to so much music and it has always been like that for as long as I can remember. It’s difficult for me to talk specifically about bands or solo artists. I don’t think I have been influenced by any specific artist but I have been inspired by thousands of songs, or seconds of them, that have changed my life in some way. 2. How do you find Valencia as a place to live and work as a musician? I am very comfortable in Valencia but it is true that the majority of what’s going on in this country tends to be in the capital or Barcelona on a musical level. However, by having my record label in Madrid it helps maintain that connection to the centre of things. The key is to never stop touring. 3. Can you take us through each track of your latest album, ‘Dance and Hunt’ ? Jeanette Jeanette is an emotional state, a broken heart. Knife This song is a trance, which evokes a force to remove obstacles with a knife.
Asteroid It’s a reflection on defeat and how it makes us feel…it’s where rage festers and it is what prepares us for the adversities to come. Dance and Hunt It’s a dance of provocation to evoke the other side of who we are. Nightmare I reckon that this is my favourite song on the whole album, it is a love song. It’s about loving someone that you cannot abide, it’s a nightmare but you still don’t want to wake up… You have no choice with me There’s not much to be said about this, it comes from anger, told in different ways. Thunderstorm It’s another song about heartbreak where you say to the other person that one day they will be full of regret because you will never ever return to be by their side.
The Cave The cave is an emotional state, an interior state of feeling that attracts you and separates you from everything. Dune Dune is symbolic of a specific person who was by my side in a difficult moment in my life. 4. What are your musical plans for the future? Well, I have quite a few live shows lined up. I will also be doing some concerts in homage of Violeta Parra. I also have a new album out quite soon, which is in Spanish, so I’m feeling really optimistic! More info: Facebook Soledad Vélez http://soledadvelez.bandcamp.com choir is singing the blues about the city but with an uplifting vibe. Interview by Owl Article © 2017 24/ 7 Valencia
SAN NICOLAS CHURCH
BAROQUE TREASURES IN THE HEART OF THE CARMEN Hidden at the end of a little passageway marked “Parroquia de San Nicolás”, about halfway down C/ Caballeros amongst the ‘tourist trap’ bars and ‘authentic’ bodegas, is one of the city’s greatest art treasures. The dazzling Baroque frescoes at the Church of San Nicolás have recently been restored to their former glory and are now open to the public. This was the Borgias’ local church, their Valencia residence was just down the street, and Lucrezia and family had many strong connections with the place. The original church was built in 1238, one of 12 churches in the city built on the site of Muslim mosques, under the orders of the conquering King Jaume I, to show who was now
in charge after he’d retaken the city from the Moors. The church was in a prime location. A palace in C/ Caballeros was a must for any self-respecting medieval Valencian noble family. It followed the old Roman Decumanus Maximus road from east to west across the ancient Roman city. Like in the present day Barrio del Carmen, it was the only wide, straight avenue amongst the surrounding winding maze of streets of the Moorish city. The Borgia family had two houses along the street, which are still standing at number 36 and number 33. This is where Lucrezia, the ‘femme fatale’ of the Borgia family, lived. They also had a little place off C/ Navellos, which is big and grand enough to now house the Valencia parliament. Alfonso de Borgia, the first Borgia pope (Calixtus III), was baptised here by Valencia’s patron saint Vicente Ferrer. After the ceremony, San Vicente, never one to shy away from finding favour with
Valencia’s aristocratic families, made a ‘miraculous prediction’. Perhaps it was one of the heaviest hints in history, predicting that: “This boy will be Pope and he’ll make me a saint”. He obviously knew a thing or two, as Alfonso eventually became Pope and fast-tracked fellow Valencian Vicente to sainthood in 1455, just a few decades after his death. Before he went to Rome, Alfonso became rector at San Nicolás and rebuilt the church in Gothic style. San Nicolás Church benefitted greatly from its connection with the family. Rodrigo Borgia (later Pope Alexander VI) was a protector and patron of the church as were his infamous children Lucrezia and Cesare, who made frequent lavish donations to the parish throughout their turbulent lives. The frescoes now on show date back to the 1690s, when it was decided that the old Gothic church would be refurbished in then fashionable Baroque style. In response to the Protestant Reformation, the Catholic Church seemed in danger of
being seen to be out of touch. The Church decided it needed to get closer to its audience and hit upon baroque art, with its exciting motion and theatrical tension and its clear & easily interpreted detail as the ideal way of putting its message across to Joe Public. The style quickly spread from Italy across Europe and the decoration of the church of San Nicolás is one of the best examples in Spain. It’s not to everyone’s taste, if you like the cold, simple stone of a Gothic church, you are in for a shock. Part of the attraction of baroque was that it impressed the power of the church on normal folk by making churches look like the lavish palaces of the aristocracy. It’s brash, dramatic, shiny and over-the-top. The frescoes were designed by Antonio Palomino, Carlos II’s court painter (who also did the inside of the dome of the Basílica in the Plaza de la Virgén), and carried out by the Valencian baroque painter Dionís Vidal. Once you’ve paid your two euros en-
trance fee (you can also pay extra for a guided tour) and shown your ticket to a small army of staff …a breathtaking blaze of colour and expertly crafted, detailed images jump out at you from all angles. The frescoes almost completely cover the walls and high ceiling vaults (they must have had very long paint brushes in those days). The pictures are extremely figurative and dramatic interpretations of Biblical stories, allegories, architectural drawings and scenes from the life and miracles of San Nicolás. This was Saint Nick’s early period, before the red suit and the reindeer, but he can be clearly seen in his fulsome bushy beard, not unlike a modern day hipster craft beer pub barman, performing his saintly good deeds. There are also portraits of the artists and, of course, Alfonso Borgia himself. We are told in the blurb that San Nicolás is one of the best examples of baroque art merging perfectly with the previous Gothic style, one not overpowering the other, but for
some tastes (including ours) it can seem a bit overdone and slightly disorientating. Nevertheless, you can’t deny the sheer beauty, drama , amazing detail and the historical importance of the frescoes. And all this on your doorstep just a hop and skip away from the kebab shops and stag parties along the old C/ Caballeros. David Rhead and José Marín
Parroquia de San Nicolás Calle de Caballeros, 35 Zona Carmen Valencia, Spain Tel. 963 91 33 17 visita @sannicolasvalencia.com For more info: www.sannicolasvalencia.com
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LA LONJA DE VALENCIA
LThe United Nations agency UNESCO has designated 851 sites around the world as World Heritage sites, which form part of the “cultural and natural heritage of the world” and are considered as having unique and universal value to the history of humanity. One of those sites is in Valencia and, you may be surprised to learn, it’s not Levante’s Ciudad de Valencia Stadium. While the Miguelete is a century older and the Albufera is more naturally beautiful, La Lonja in Plaza Mercado outshines them all. Unlike any other city in the world, the outstanding Gothic building in Valencia is not its cathedral but a non-religious civic monument to commerce. Before it was built in the late fifteenth century, all major buildings and institutions in the city were owned and run by the church. Breaking with this tradition, La Lonja was a physical representation of a shift in power during Valencia’s Golden Age from the cardinals to the carpet traders, the bishops to the bankers. Here was a monumental building not built to the glory of God, but to the power of the Valencian economy as a trader in the Mediterranean market. Anyone who’s had their bathroom refitted in Valencia will know how things work round here. After endless negotiations the buil-
ders finally arrive, they make a superficial start to proceedings and destroy your old bathroom and then you don’t see them again for weeks. They then come and do most of the work but never quite finish. There’s always a tap or a tile missing or the door doesn’t quite fit. This is a long held and respected Valencian tradition (see what happened with the Grand Prix Formula 1 here) and the building of La Lonja was no different. The first stone was laid in November 1482 but work didn’t really start until a year later. Once they got going it was more or less built in 15 years (pretty good going for the fifteenth century) although it took another fifty years before it was completely finished. You can read all this on an inscription above the back doorway in Plaza Doctor Collado, giving exact details about the different stages of the building’s construction. Although not a religious building, La Lonja certainly has sacred pretensions as a “temple” of commerce with many spiritual and biblical symbols on show. There are religious icons and gargoyles all around its façade. If you’re into this sort of thing, look out for the little man having a dump above one of the basement floor windows. The
design of the building followed an initiatic code, a sort of medieval Feng Shui, where everything, down to the exact number of columns and the distance between them, was all calculated to give the maximum spiritual harmony to the merchants working there. There are three parts to the building. The largest part is the Sala de Contratación or the trading floor with its 24 columns twisting up 17 metres, until they open up like palm trees on the ceiling which was painted blue and decorated with stars to imitate the Valencian night sky. Back in Valencia’s golden age this was a bustling hive of activity, its modern equivalent would be the great stock markets of today. When the City granted merchants official status as “Mercaders de La Lonja”, they were given a table to deal from and a red velvet cloth with which to cover it. Along with the buying and selling of exotic products from all over the known world, mortgages and loans were also arranged here. Officially, Christians were not allowed to charge interest, hence the importance of Jews as money lenders, but the merchants of the time soon found ways around this. Running along the walls of the room is an inscription reminding the merchants where they were and calling them to honour their
surroundings and to trade honestly and fairly. Those failing to do this (well, those who fell foul of the city leaders anyway) were sent to the dark cellars of the Tower, which rises up through the roof of the building. The merchants were given six months to settle their debts or pay back what they had been judged to have cheated (not that easy when you’re trapped in a rat-infested dungeon). If they did not comply, they were taken to the chapel at the top of the Tower. On their way up they probably, given the circumstances, neglected to admire the unique stone staircase ingeniously built without a central column. After making their peace with their maker, they were taken to their own table on the trading floor and beheaded in front of their fellow merchants. The city then took back its cloth and gave the table to someone else. Now that’s what I’d call zero tolerance to white collar crime. The Consulat del Mar or maritime consulate is accessed through the garden at the back of the building. This was luxury office space (the ceilings are decorated with gold leaf and fine wood carvings) for the trade delegations which were maintained by all the major trading cities of the Mediterranean in the fifteenth century, with representatives from as far afield as Damascus, Rome, Venice, Egypt, Beirut and many others.
On the exterior wall is one of the mysteries of La Lonja. The wall is decorated with a series of forty medals bearing men’s faces but historians can’t make up their minds who they are supposed to be. Are they Roman Emperors? Aragon kings? Leading merchants? Famous paella chefs? Ali Baba’s forty thieves? We’ll probably never know. After the discovery of America, Spain’s Mediterranean ports started gradually to decline as importance shifted to the Atlantic coast. Valencia’s Golden Age was coming to an end, as was the heyday of La Lonja. It remained an important part of the Valencian economy as the city’s silk exchange until the nineteenth century, when oranges and rice replaced silk as the region’s principal export. During the civil war, La Lonja was briefly to recapture its former glories when it was used to house the Spanish parliament while Valencia was capital of the Republic. So, in the twenty-first century, what do you do with a wholly exceptional example of a secular building in late Gothic style, which dramatically illustrates the power and wealth of one of the great Mediterranean mercantile cities? Well, that’s a problem that successive Valencian governments have
consistently failed to find a solution to. It has been used for parties, royal weddings, as an exhibition centre and a museum. Since its designation as a World Heritage site, La Lonja has become a bit of a museum piece in itself and is considered to be too precious for such trivial uses. Even the annual exhibition of Fallas figures has been moved to a local shopping centre. While the Cathedral still serves the purpose for which it was built and the Mercado Central across the road bristles with the very lifeblood of the city, La Lonja can often be experienced as a fascinating respite from all the crowds… David Rhead and José Marín More info at: www.lonjadevalencia. com/of Fallas. To quote Charlton Heston in his film role of ‘El Cid’ as he reached the gates of the city: “THIS IS VALENCIA!” For more info: http://www.cac.es
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MEDITERRANEAN TAPAS BAR
KAÑA MAKAN On a warm, autumnal evening a couple of the ‘24/7 Valencia’ team headed to the legendary and somewhat bohemian ‘Plaza Cedro’ area of the city, which is most popular with locals and students for its endless bars and restaurants, clubs and live music venues. Near Blasco Ibañez, this is an authentic slice of Valencian nightlife and well away from all the tourist traps of the historic centre. ‘Kaña Makan’ is a great value tapas bar and this was reflected by the nearly full terraza the night we went, which seats 60 people. It’s a mostly Spanish and liberal crowd and they tell us that they tend to attract more tourists in the hotter months. Of course, it is welcome to all. We opted for the more intimate indoors, with its reddish and orangey low-lighting, making it great for couples as well as a seductive & dreamy music soundtrack. This ranged from Trip-Hop to mellow Dire Straits to moody Radiohead, Arabic strings with American beats & European melodies sung by a smoky chanteuse. Indeed, you will plenty of Syrian & Middle Eastern influences here with their tapas like Falafel and Sfiha. Va-
lencia’s Mediterranean history is rich with influences and Kaña Makan’s popularity reflects this diversity. Our genial, bilingual & charming host Iyad handed us their easy-to-understand ‘pocket-menu’ with boxes to tick. For starters we opted for a ‘De Queso’ (Cheese) Salad, which was very fresh and lovingly presented. The cherry tomatoes combined well with the green shoots and ‘Granada’ topping. The thin strips of ‘curado’ cheese had a memorably thick taste! The most popular section of the menu is the finger food choice of tapas ‘para picar’, which is incredibly good value at just 1.50€ each. We opted for what turned out to be a wonderful ‘Sujuk’ which combined a smooth pastry with a spicy, filling meat with manchego cheese, tomato with a touch of garlic…all in a ‘masa fina’. Indeed, this tapas is so successful it can be found in the Middle East, the Balkans and even Asia.
Next on the menu was the recommended ‘Tortilla Kañamakan’ which had a distinctive flavor. It was ovencooked and the vegetables & olive oil combined well with the tomato, mayonnaise and tasty bread, which was a solid choice. All of the tapas dishes were presented together on an attractive round plate… . Suffice to say, the ‘Hummus’ choice was special and had a great flavor that combined chickpeas with a sesame purée and olive oil. One of the dippings we most enjoyed with our bread was the ‘Baba Ganug’, which was an oven-cooked eggplant ‘berenjena’ sauce with Greek Yoghurt and a sesame ‘salsa’. As a special ‘montadito of the day’ surprise by the chef, we enjoyed a superb spinach in pastry with very full flavours. To finish our memorable and exotic ‘Mediterranean Tapas’ trip, we opted for a ‘Baklaua’ dessert. Baklava
(in English) is thought to have been created by the Assyrians in the 8th century and perfected during the time of the Otterman Empire. Not surprisingly, part of its appeal is said to be the aphrodisiacal combination of dried fruits with honey combining with its delicate and crafted puff pastry. It was a relaxing and gentle way to end the evening’s dining, which made for an enriching experience overall given the culinary choice of tapas. We thank the staff of Iyad, Vanessa and Elena for their informative and helpful welcome during our time here. Indeed, there are 2 ‘Kaña Makan’ tapas restaurants to choose from in the city of Valencia and both are satisfying and great places to dine out… and on a safe budget too! 24/7 Valencia team
C/Explorador Andres, 24 (Zona Cedro) Tel: 96 0150796 Facebook Kaña Makan
C/ Sueca, 61 (Ruzafa) Tel: 96 015 07 96 Facebook Kaña Makan Russafa Website: kanamakan.com Mediterranean Tapas: 1.50€ Salads: 5€ Bocadillos: 5€ Specialities like Kubé and Hummus with Sujuk : 6.50€ Desserts: 1.5€ Teas: include black tea, cinnamon, liquorice, rooibos, vanilla and more 1.80€ Article © 2017 24/ 7 Valencia
RESTAURANT OF THE MONTH
RESTAURANT EL ARENAL OF THE MONTH BODEGA VALERO
CELEBRATES ITS 30th ANNIVERSARY!… 30 years ago brothers Toni and Javi arrived at La Bodega Valero, a traditional bodega that sold wine and beers and was popular with the locals. They soon started to add their own personal touch to the bodega and installed a small kitchen, seating inside and a terraza outside too. There’s definitely a family feel to the place… Over the years, Bodega Valero has become a hit with the locals of the attractive and mellow ‘Juan Llorens’ barrio and attracts people of all ages from around town. It would be fair to say that it draws a bohemian crowd where everyone is an equal. This makes for an authentic yet alternative Spanish bodega that is down-to-earth, informal, spontaneous and tolerant too. The warm interior has wine barrels behind the bar and a wall with dozens & dozens of photos of all the good times that have been had by the owners and varied clientele over the years. Adorning the bar’s muros are a healthy mish-mash of rebellious & alternative causes in poster and painting form as well as photographs of the bands that have played here. Indeed, they have regular acoustic live shows featuring local underground artists. After all this time, it is still undiscovered by tourists but it is welcome to all. Back in 1995, this writer’s first years in Valencia were spent teaching English in a language academy across the road from the Bodega Valero and this member of the ‘24/7 Valencia’ team has been coming down to the Bodega ever since. Joining in the wild and joyful 30th anniversary with tapas, wine, beer & sangria aplenty throughout the day until the early hours of the morning was a lot of fun! The live show with Valencian music played on traditio-
nal instruments dolçaina (a reed instrument) & tabalet (percussion) with the Bodega crowd heartily singing along was really memorable and typical of the open vibe here. The music soundtrack is varied with rock’n’roll, blues, hard rock, punk, reggae, pop and electronic music among the many sounds to be heard seeping out onto the terrace. Indoors, they always have a rotation of classic films and live music concerts on the DVD player too. The last time we went the evening began with energetic Spanish 80s underground pop-rock and, as the clock turned to midnight, 60s Spani-
sh rock’n’roll was seeping out of the speakers as the Rocky Horror Show film was silently being screened. There is a good range of 17 mostly red wines to choose from, including Rioja and Ribera del Duero and this includes 4 white wines (like Ribeiro & Turbio Gallego) and a Rosado too. On the tapas front, our favourite is their speciality of Pechuga en Salsa (a mildy spicy chicken with mushrooms, tomato, onion and herbs). You can also savour their Sepia Plancha (grilled cuttlefish) and Tortilla de Patatas o de Verdura (Potato or Vegetable Tortilla).
They do a tasty Falafel with lettuce, tomato and yoghurt sauce. We’ve always enjoyed their Spanish Ham and Cheese tapas over a Spanish beer including Alhambra and Amber. Their Anchoas (Anchovies) and Albondigas (Meatballs) are homemade. Check out their nicely salted and well-presented Ensalada Rusa (Russian Salad) as a starter on their relaxing terrace. Also worth trying is their Basque tapas Txistorra a la Sidra, which is a combination of sausage and egg in cider. Many of these dishes are available as bocatas (generous sandwiches including lamb & pork choices) too. With nearly 20 tapas to choose from, Bodega Valero is open for breakfast/lunch/dinner everyday with a reasonably priced menu del dia during the week. On a mellow Tuesday evening, the last time we sat out on the tree-lined terrace for tapas, we savoured a refreshing Russian salad, a tasty chicken in sauce and a filling grilled cuttlefish. We sampled a good range of their red wines by the glass, which could partly explain why the evening got merrier by the hour. Going back inside to enjoy the cosy interior, we tipsily shared a naughty Tirasimu to finish off the night. It made for an interesting contrast as we digested
with a civillised manzanilla (camomile) tea with the stereo playing ‘Pretty Vacant’ by The Sex Pistols… Set in the very pleasant Juan Llorens district, it is under 10 minutes walk from the centro historico and just a stone’s throw from the main avenue of Gran Via Fernando El Catolico. Be adventurous and try out a proper Valencian bodega with a rich history and an interesting clientele. Good times throughout the year! 24/7 Valencia team
BODEGA VALERO C/ Palleter 51, (nearest metro Angel Guimerà) Zona Juan Llorens (Valencia Tel: 96385078 www.facebook.com/arenal.delcarmen.3 Open everyday from 9 am until past midnight Closed Mondays Tapas 2.30€ - 4.70€ Wines 7€ -15€ Article © 2017 24/ 7 Valencia
FOOD BY HELEN WESTWATER OHIO SUNSHINE PUMPKIN SOUP
After the long hot Summer, hurrah, hurrah Autumn is here! Chinese medicine-wise this is a season associated with the lung and intestine organs, which brings a need to eat warming foods that draw us inwards to prepare for winter. Akin to settling round a wood fire, autumn foods of the season such as ginger, pineapple and squashes all have inherent warming colours, a soothing quality or pungentness that will help to ward off chills and sadness associated with this season. Of course, there is no other food more associated with Halloween, than pumpkin. So, this month we stir in our cauldron, a spicy warming recipe of pumpkin soup, served with cumin and fried chickpeas. .. Method Heat oven to 180C. Place cut pumpkin wedges and the red pepper halves on a greased oven tray, sprinkle with olive oil, salt and rosemary. Place in the oven. After 10 to 15 minutes check the pepper and remove when cooked. Place in a plastic bag while still hot, so you can easily remove the skins. The pumpkin will take about 30 to 45 minutes to cook and soften. When you remove it from the oven you can easily remove the skin. Chop the stalks of the coriander. Reserve the leaves for decoration. Gently heat a large, heavy bottomed saucepan with the 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Do not overheat. When bubbles start to form, when touched with a stirring spoon, add your prepared ginger and garlic. Cook gent-
ly just so they soften (remove from heat if necessary) then add the chopped red pepper and the dried spices. Next, add your prepared pumpkin flesh, stir briefly and add the boiling vegetable or chicken stock. Simmer gently for 30 minutes, adding more water if necessary. Add seasonings to taste. Blend until the soup is smooth. When you are ready to serve, heat a small frying pan with 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Gently fry the red onion slices. When softened and cooked, reserve to one side. Next, add to the frying pan the cumin seeds and sea salt. Turn up the heat and add the drained chickpeas. Shake the pan as the chickpeas start to sizzle. Remove from the heat, stir in the onions. Serve the soup in bowls and place a mix of chickpeas and the red onion on top, sprinkled with coriander leaves. So, keep your energies up for a month of activities ahead this October, starting with the not-to-be-missed, ‘Benimaclet Confusion Festival’, 7th and 8th, Valencia Day on the 9th, plus on 31st La Ola Fresca will be celebrating its’ 7th anniversary with a special Halloween party, aided and abetted by French Bluegrass band, ‘Ohio Sunshine’
Please note our new opening times in October Tuesday to Wednesday 10:00h 19.00h
OHIO SUNSHINE PUMPKIN SOUP Ingredients - 1 kg Pumpkin, cut into large wedges for roasting in oven - 1 Red Bell pepper, cut in half and de-seeded - 75g Fresh Ginger, grated - 2 garlic cloves, crushed - 1/2 tsp smoked paprika - 1 scant handful coriander - 2 tbs extra virgin olive oil + extra oil for frying onion - 2 dessert spoons of Ground cumin - 1 dessert spoon Turmeric - 1 litre of organic or homemade vegetable or chicken stock - 4 teaspoons cumin seeds - 1 red onion, sliced thinly - 1/2 jar chickpeas (drained and rinsed)
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C/ Cadiz, 54 Facebook labelladecadiz54 Set in the hip barrio of Ruzafa, this friendly café-bar has a terraza and an international vibe and an incredible collection of camp antiques in the very spacious interior.
C/ Cadiz, 86 Tel: 639 517 703 Popular with lesbians in evenings. Open to all.
showers, labyrinths, videos, slings, contacts, S&M, bears, fucking, sex, glory-holes, motor bikes. Fiestas Sex’ every Monday (Slip or Naked) and Friday from 22.00h. Each month: ‘Fiesta Slip’ 1st and 3rd Thursday from 22h (jockstrap/ swimwear) ‘Fiesta Naturista’ 2nd & 4th Thursday from 22h. (naked) Free cloakroom service and free condoms and lubrication, ask at the bar. Every Friday Porno/ Live Show. Happy hours todos los dias. Open every day from 13.00 pm to 04.00 am. Gay sexbar. Cuartos, duchas, laberintos, videos, slings, valencia, contactos, gay, nuncadigono, bar, sm, bears, sexo, motos.
Pl. Vicente Iborra, 9 Tel. 96 392 41 39 The seven deadly sins are served after you enter the gates of hell of this restaurant.
C/ Guillem de Castro, 80
SANT MIQUEL Pl. Sant Miquel, 13 Tel. 96 392 31 29
SEXBAR OHLALA C/Doctor Monseratt,28 Valencia
C/ Flassanders, 8 Gay sex shop
Pl. Músico Lopez Chavarri, 2
C/ Salamanca, 4 Tel. 96 374 14 31 www.cerveceriabeer.com Facebook Cerveceria Beer
GAY / LESBIAN Codigo G
Gay Discoteca & Club (Zona Ruzafa) Carrer dels Tomassos, 14. A Gay disco, next to Russafa market. 3 oors with House, Disco, Guateque, Pop, Petardeo. http://codigog-club.blogspot.com.es/ https://www.facebook.com/codigog
LOS PIKAPIEDRA NUNCADIGONO
C/Doctor Monseratt,28 The latest gay sex-club with rooms, 22 © 2017 24/7 Valencia
(Zona Carmen) C/ Caballeros, 25 Tel: 96 3 919 876/ 681 215 545 www.bar-lospicapiedra.com Great! De nitive of the alternative
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Carmen scene. Highly popular with students, punks, hippies and adventurous tourists. It is a friendly, alternative hangout that is run by a multilingual, well-travelled owner and is open to all. Set on 3 floors with room for groups and couples. After 18 years of deserved popularity with locals and visitors, Los Pikapiedra is without doubt an essential part of the Barrio del Carmen scene. Easy to nd too! Reasonable prices. They now have a wonderful selection of Spanish tapas. Ask at the bar for their carta. Special offers every WEDNESDAY! 1 litre Porrones 4,50€ (Cider, Beer, Calimocho, Tinto de Verano). Jarras 1 litro 8€ (Agua de Valencia, Sangria, Mojito). Cubatas 3,50€. Menu 6€ (Salad, Drink, Tabla Iberico of hams, meats & cheeses). Porrones 4.50€ on Thursdays too! Bar Los pikapiedra es un bar alternativo legendario, con gente bohemia, porrones, música ecléctica y tapas españolas.
Av. De la Horchata, 41 Alboraya, Valencia Tel: 96 185 88 66 www.horchateria-daniel.es Legendary Horchateria on the outskirts of Valencia, in the traditional Alboraya district.
ZONA ABASTOS GEORGE BEST
C/ Alzira, 12 Great name, good beers, indie music. The fth Beatle would surely have approved.
ZONA EL CARMEN BEERS & TRAVELS BAR
Plaza Manises, 3 Tel: 96 392 60 50 Zona Carmen Facebook Beers and Travels Bar www. beersandtravels.com ‘Beers & Travels Bar’ is a traditional pub set in the heart of the old town and just a stone’s throw from the legendary Torres de Serranos. At the pub, you will nd 13 different drinks on tap, which includes beers from Ireland and ‘Maleoc’ cider from Galicia. Check out their ‘O’Hara’ Red, Pale Ale and Black beers.
BIRRA & BLUES BREW PUB VALENCIA
Av. Maria Cristina, 12 Tel: 96 392 56 41 Zona Centro Valencia 46001 www. birraeblues.com At ‘Birra & Blues Valencia’ the prize is our homemade craft beer, and the
great food that goes perfectly with your drink. In our restaurant bar, centrally located on Av. María Cristina, 12, in the very heart of Valencia, you can taste the ten ales that have won international awards and that we produce in our Patacona brewery. We combine this with quality cuisine, pizzas and tapas. Next to the Central Market, we have three different spaces with ‘bluesy’ decoration and an attractive terrace so that you can enjoy our understanding of good beer and good food. We have menus with beer included from 12.50€, homemade pizzas and the best tapas.
Pl. de la Reina Tel: 96 392 28 62 www.finnegansofdublin.es
SAINT MARTIN’S URBAN IRISH
Calle Abadía de San Martin, 2 (near San Vicente) Tel: +34963942171 46002 Valencia firstname.lastname@example.org Saint Martin’s Urban Irish is our new pub right in the center of Valencia! Enjoy international beers & spirits and great snacks to ll you up not only with beer. Enjoy all major sports events through our 6 extra large FULL HD screens. You will enjoy like never before. Sky Sports on with all major events broadcasted! Our international atmosphere and our location manage to unite the tradition of an Irish pub with a young and relaxed atmosphere. (Find us between Plaza de la Reina and Plaza del Ayuntamiento, just off San Vicente street). Nuevo Pub irlandés moderno y céntrico donde disfrutar de todos los eventos de deporte, con cervezas de importación, snacks, copas...
C/ Danzas / Cajeros (Near La Lonja) Tel: 961 054 050 Facebook: the market cerveza artesana The Market serves homemade beer in a warm setting with tostas & tablas to savour with your brown beer. Great music and experience owners. Open every day from 19h. Cervecería artesana, tostas y buena música. Cerca de la Lonja y Mercado Central.
TYRIS ON TAP
Taula De Canvis, 6 (near La Lonja) Tel: 96 1 13 28 73 Great! Just a stone’s throw from La Lonja and Mercado Central, you will nd ‘Tyris on Tap’, which is the taproom of local Valencian brewers Tyris. All their
OCT 17 cervezas are craft beers so you won’t nd any commercial brands here, just lovingly brewed beer. Enjoy an ample terrazza and a hip yet relaxed interior of wooden tables & chairs and colourful posters lining the walls. On the wall, there is an attractively designed graphic explanation of the steps taken to brew beer. Tasty tapas, gourmet burgers and salads too. Cerveza artesanal, hambuerguesas gourmet en una terraza excelente.
ZONA CANOVAS PORTLAND ALE HOUSE
C/ Salamanca 10 Yes! Valencia’s rst true American pub, run by a friendly American team with draft beers available, sports and an increasingly mixed crowd of locals, visitors and English and Spanish speakers.
ST. PATRICK’S IRISH PUB
Gran Vía Marqués del Turia, 69 Tel: 96 351 36 42 www.stpatricksvalencia.com “A true Irish pub” that knows the craic! Friendly helpful international staff who speak Spanish and English! FREE WIFI to all customers. Open every day from 4pm ‘till late! Lots of events: Live Music every Friday at 23h. Parties with prizes. Open Saturday and Sunday at 13:00h pm. Reservations at email@example.com See Facebook for more details!
Zona Avenida Aragón MANOLO EL DEL BOMBO
Pl. Valencia Club de Fútbol, 5 Tel: 96 930 460 A traditional Spanish bar with a different interior - a football museum with photos of the legendary Manolo del Bombo, the chap with the massive beret and drum. Just across from Mestalla stadium, a Mecca for football fans from all over the world. Friendly atmosphere.
ZONA PLAZA XUQUER MAX MAX
C/ Vinalopó, 11 (Pl. Xúquer) 23
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ZONA PLAYA SPAGHETTI & BLUES Restaurante Pizzeria
Av. Mare Nostrum, 34 Tel: 96 355 04 74 Zona Playa de la Patacona 46120 www.spaghettieblues.com
RESTAURANTS AFRO-CUBAN BABALÚ
C/ Manyans 17 (next to Plaza Redondo) Tel: 96 315 50 40 ¡Fiesta! An excellent restaurant-bar-club for those who love authentic Cuban food.
Paseo de las Facultades, 3 Authentic Moroccan cuisine in a beautiful and spacious interior www.balansiya.com
Dr Sanchis Bergon, 27 Excellent Moroccan cuisine with a beautiful interior and experienced owners. Set in the mellow barrio of Botanico by the Rio Turia gardens.
SAHARA (ZONA CARMEN) C/ del Mar, 52 Tel: 96 394 32 76 Movil: 698 579 148 www.sahararestaurante.com
ASIAN FUSION MA KHIN CAFÉ (COLONIAL ASIAN FOOD)
Mercado Colon / Jorge Juan, 19 Tel:96 352 8132 TAO TAO TABERNA ASIATICA C/ Cadiz, 37 Tel: 96 091 2915 / móvil: 615 725 320 Set in the hip barrio of Ruzafa... Authentic & Asian run fusion restaurant with Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese cuisine.
FUSION RESTAURANT SÉSAME
C/ En Bou (Zona Carmen) Tel: 96 391 30 62 Highly popular. The well-travelled French owner proposes a wide variety of creative tapas and dishes with an original Greek & Mediterranean/ Asian/ French and Vegetarian fusion using only fresh local produce.
GREEK EL RINCON GRIEGO
C/ Conde Montornes, 23 (just off C/ Mar and corner of Poeta Liern) Tel: 96 394 4443 Mobile: 639608867 www.stratosm.es
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Zona Carmen Intimate and Greek owned and run, well- established restaurant in a quiet corner of the old town. Enjoy Greek tapas, sh and meat dishes, cheeses, yoghurts, pastries and Greek wine too!
Italian vino can enjoy their Lambrusco as well as Spanish & Italian wines. The ‘24/7 Valencia’ team has always found the atmosphere welcoming and often international, especially at the weekends. Restaurante muy distinto, con el interior como una cueva. Muy romántico para parejas. Carta extensa de pizzas y pastas.
C/ Dr. Manuel Candela, 20, Tel: 96 330 62 64. One of the best Indian restaurants along the coast. Authentic Indian cuisine, chefs with 12 years Brit experience. Classic menu with all the favourites: Chicken Tandoori, Chicken Tikka, King Prawn Tandoori, Lamb. Variety of rices, attentive bilingual staff on hand to serve ‘English’ or ‘Spanish’ version of spicy. About 18€ per head. Taj Mahal now has home delivery until midnight for minimum price of 20€. Check out the British and Indian products at their shop next door! Curry powders, corn akes, ketchup, tinned beans, and loads more. An expat’s dream! Uno de los mejores restaurantes indios en Valencia con comidas y cenas típicas del país. Muchos productos indios en su tienda a lado también.
INDIAN / PAKISTANI TAJ-MAHAL (ZONA AV. PUERTO)
ITALIAN ZONA BOTANICO LA FORCOLA
C/ Borrull, 29 Tel: 963 155 909 www.laforcola.com Highly popular Italian owned & run pizzería & restaurant with quality food at reasonable prices and friendly staff. Set in the tranquil Botanico barrio.
ZONA EL CARMEN AL POMODORO
C/ del Mar, 22 Tel: 96 391 48 00, www.viciositalianos.com Very popular, good value, great pizza.
C/ Derechos 29, bajo (1 min from La Lonja) Tel: 96 391 19 65 This is the real deal. Bacco D.O.C. is a distinctive and authentic Italian restaurant in the centre of the historic Barrio del Carmen. It is original, good fun and it is baroque! It has a stunning cave-like interior of “bejewelled and mirrored” stalagmites and stalactites, tasteful lighting, lots of nooks and crannies and three oors. So it’s no surprise that this restaurant is highly popular with romantic couples looking for something original yet tasty and genuine. Their carta is extensive with a wide selection of pastas & pizzas including chicken, bacon, cheese and tropical fruit specialities. Lovers of
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C/Corona, 8 Tel: 96 105 65 81 Spacious & classy restarant, with historic interior with authentic Italian cuisine with experienced hosts from Rome.
C/ Bordadores, 5 (next to Cathedral) Tel: 96 391 89 15 www.viciositalianos.com Popular Italian restaurant without pizza and emphasis on Piadinas and pastas.
C/ Quart 17 Tel: 96 392 41 77 Excellent! Hip pizzeria and pasta restaurant just a brief stroll from Torres de Quart. 8€ daytime menus, around 15€ at night. Salads, antipasti, piadine, italian tapas, pizza, pasta, meat and sh dishes. Wines from many regions of Italy.
ZONA CANOVAS DON SALVATORE
C/ Conde de Altea, 41 Tel: 96 334 13 04 www.donsalvatore.com Spot the Valencia footballer!
C/ Conde Altea, 31 -36 Tel: 96 334 07 53 lambrusqueria. wordpress.com/about.George Clooney did eat here!
JAPANESE KOKURA AUTOMATIC SUSHI Plaza Pere Borrego I Galino, 10 (C/Alta con Na Jordana) Tel: 96 3 911 102 www.kokura.es
TORA (TABERNA JAPONESA)
C/ Pedro III El Grande , 13 Tel: 96 311 94 29 Great! Finally, an authentic Japanase taberna in Valencia run by a Japanese & Valencian couple!
MEDITERRANEAN KAÑA MAKAN
C/ Explorador Andres, 24 (Plaza Cedro) Tel: 96 0150 796 C/ Sueca, 61 (Ruzafa) Facebook Kaña Makan Smells delicious! Exotic and tasty
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Mediterranean tapas with Arabic in uences and interior and friendly Syrian owner.
Conde de Salvatierra, 39 Tel: 96 3205 837/ 96 3 236 153 www.ameyal.es Upmarket Mexican cuisine in a spacious and beautiful interior in a cosmopolitan zone.
enjoy sardines, cod, ‘vinho verde’ and fado music in the hip barrio of Ruzafa. Wouldn’t look out of place in Shoreditch!
C/ Subida del Toledano, 6 Tel. 96 1 14 40 63 e-mail: geral@restauranteportuscale. es www.RestaurantePortuscale.es Authentic Portuguese restaurant with Portuguese owners. Next to the cathedral.
SPANISH / VALENCIAN ZONA PLAZA AYUNTAMIENTO ALKAZAR
PALARDI CAFFE RESTOBAR
C/ Cuenca, 31. Come and chill on our terrace, in this new friendly cafe bar. Copas, cócteles, coffee and great food. Tex-mex menu available day and night. Every Thursday is the day of “ Burger and Beer”. Closed Mondays. English and Spanish spoken. Relajate en nuestra terraza y bar acogedor. Copas, cócteles y buena comida. Cada jueves es el día de “haburguesa y cerveza”. Cerrado los lunes. Hablamos castellano e inglés. facebook.com/PalardiRestobar
C/ Caballeros, 10 Tel: 96 1 93 03 57 www.simalurestaurante.com Classy Peruvian restaurant of the highest quality in terms of product and presentation. This is authentic Peruvian cuisine with real avours of the land.
PORTUGUESE CAFÉ PESSOA
C/ Literato Azorin, 2 Tel: 96 341 75 14 Great! An authentic Portuguese café bar with lovely cocktails and trendy interior.
Literato Azorin, 18 Movil: 697 95 52 94 Dig the trendy & kitsch interior and
C/. Mosén Femades, 9 y 11 (Zona peatonal/ Pedestrian street) Just off Plaza Ayuntamiento 46002 Valencia · T. 96 352 95 75 · 96 351 55 51 firstname.lastname@example.org www.restaurantealkazar.com This is the real deal. Quality Valencian cuisine. With over 60 years of experience, Alkazar is perfectly placed right in the centre on a mellow & traf c–free street, very near to Plaza Ayuntamiento so easy to find. Mariscos y arroces auténticos con 60 años de experiencia.
C/ Martínez Cubells, 4 (off Passeig Ruzafa) Tel: 96 342 77 80, www.carpediem-vlc.com A genuine Spanish restaurant right in the centre of Valencia, on a mellow side street, dead easy to find!
EL COLMADO DE LA RIVERA C/ Ribera, 14
HARD ROCK CAFÉ
ALMA DEL TEMPLE
C/Almirante, 14 Tel: 96 315 52 87 www.almadeltemple.com Upmarket restaurant in beautiful setting with historic Arabic wall as part of the interior, re ecting Valencia’s Moorish past. Wide range of rice, sh and meat dishes.
C/ Almudin,14 Near Plaza del Virgen. Tapas bar since 1932. Rice dishes, tapas, wines and spirits. Attractive and well-established. An old-fashioned interior with real character. No telephone number. You have to visit in person to make a reservation! DOS AGUAS C/ Marqués de Dos Aguas, 6 Tel: 96 251 64 26 Good value Spanish menu del días, great view.
EL ARENAL DEL CARMEN
C/ Calatrava, 6 Tel: 96 009 16 57 Beautiful old building, located in a mellow corner of the historic centre, with lots of space for groups and couples and plenty of attractive nooks and crannies. Fresh Mediterranean cuisine including seafood, Spanish tapas and rice dishes including genuine paella! An ample selction of wines and great Gin’n’Tonics. Dig the vintage British Red telephone box by the window! Cocina mediterránea fresca incluyendo mariscos, tapas españolas y platos de arroz, incluyendo paella genuina! Una amplia selección de vinos y grandes Gin’n’Tonics.
Avenida Marqués de Sotelo, 6 Tel:96 2565653 www.hardrock.com Enjoy food, music and more…
LOTELITO VALENCIA ROOMS & BAR
C/ Barcas, 13 Tel: 96 206 78 52 Movil: (+34) 656 265 229 www.lotelitovalencia.com You can enjoy breakfast early in the morning, almuerzo around midday, lunch or dinner a la carta or menu as well as enjoy a wide range of spirits & cocktails.
www.vuelvecarolina.com C/ Correos, 8 Run by the legendary chef Quique Dacosta with fine produce, creative cuisine and impressive wine list designed by Manuela Romeralo, an award-winning somellier. Expect to pay between 40€ -50€…
ZONA EL CARMEN
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C/ San Miguel s/n www.tascaelbotijo.com Spanish tasca in the Barrio Carmen! Great terraza & excellent service, great variety of delicious tapas, a top ensaladilla rusa and nice cheeses too. Good selection of beers & wines. Kitchen and bar is open everyday from 9h -01.30h. 25
OCT 17 Clasica tasca situada en el Barrio del Carmen, cocina siempre abierta, servicio excelente, gran variedad de tapas, vinos y cervezas.
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Restaurante Español íntimo, rústico y con comida casera muy buena; rabo de toro, croquetas, jamón ibérico, calamares y más.
KA’RAK (RAQUEL CERNICHARO)
C/ Baja, 42 Tel. 96 315 45 88 Set in a quiet corner of the atmospheric old town. Run by a friendly and experienced owner, enjoy wonderful homemade Mediterranean cooking.
C/ Soguers, 2 Tel: 96 392 2532 30 years old emblematic restaurant of the Barrio del Carmen with Mediterranean dishes and cosy yet spacious interior.
C/ Moro Zeit Tel: 96 391 04 97 Every major Spanish city has a tapas bar regarded as ‘quintessential’. Established in 1917, this one is high up on the list in many guides. Veteran waiters serve excellent tapas: habas, ensaladilla rusa and the famous mussels. Open daily midday to midnight just off Plaza Tossal, not hard to nd. Now that’s what we call atmosphere... El bar de tapas más histórico en el centro de Valencia, especialidad en clóchinas, buenas habas y ensaladilla rusa.
Pl. Tundidores, 2 Tel: 96 392 20 90 Legendary paella restaurant, prime location by La Lonja and Plaza Negrito. Restaurante legendario de paellas y más arroces. Bien situado entre La Lonja y Plaza Negrito. Terraza encantadora.
C/ Roteros, 9 Tel:96 3 912 627 Tasty and intimate cuisine and near Torres de Serranos.
ESCALONES DE LA LONJA C/ Pere Compte, 3
EL PONY PISADOR
C/ Zurradores, 7 (Near Plaza Santa Catalina) Tel: 638 196 289/ 635 849 390 Homemade Spanish food, rustic interior and run by a friendly Spanish couple. Try their Croquetas de Jamón Ibérico, artichokes, baby squid with paprika, strawberry cheese cake. In a quiet corner of the Centro Histórico. Good selection of wines from 8€ to 16€. Menú del día 10€ including drink. Saturday & Sunday lunch 14€, drink extra. Dishes from 4.50€ to 7€. Authentic Spanish cuisine.
LA LLAR DEL CHEF
C/ Pintor Domingo, 29 Tel:96 044 6829 Facebook Restaurante La Llar del Chef This is special. On a quiet street near to the Torres de Quart. A la carte and daily tasting menu. Quality and authentic Valencian and Mediterranean cuisine including home made paellas, meat and sh dishes created with artistic panache.Very well-travelled and experienced chef owner Teresa Camacho Giménez vision is to fuse traditional Valencian & Mediterranean cuisine with innovative presentation. Vegan and gluten-free choices too. Comida mediterránea, rica en verduras, arroz, aceite, frutas seleccionando los mejores productos de temporada combinados con sus peculiares innovaciones, directa a los paladares más exigentes.
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C / Roteros, 9 (near Torres de Serranos) Movil: 696 119986 Bar - restaurant to go for tapas. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 12 noon to closing. Closed Monday. Spontaneous atmosphere, friendly and fun. Home cooking. Drinks and hot tapas with a hint of fun. Easy to nd as it is just a stoneʼs throw from the Torres de Serranos. Nice and spacious interior too! L’ Aplec has a great terrace. Enjoy their homemade, fresh and authetic paella to order in advance for groups. Enjoy classic and original Spanish tapas. Gay & Lesbian friendly. Tapas caseras, divertidas, servicio amable y buenas paellas para encargar. Muy cerca de Torres de Serranos. Auténticamente español y abierto a todos.
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C/ Subida de Toledano, 8 Tel: 96 391 80 45, www.lalolarestaurante.com firstname.lastname@example.org. This is ‘nueva cocina española’! Authentic live flamenco every week.
T. 961 043 540 email@example.com www.escueladearrocesypaellas.com C/Obispo Don Jerónimo 8, 46003 Valencia
ESCUELA DE ARROCES Y PAELLA VALENCIANA
C/ Roteros, 21 Tel: 96 392 31 68 Very near Torres de Serranos so easy to nd. Creative cuisine with highly experienced owner and staff. Mattilda combines succulent tapas and quality cuisine with artistic presentation with a loyal and cosmopolitan clientele. Clean & attractive vintage style interior. Muy cerca de Torres de Serranos tan fácil de encontrar. Cocina creativa con propietario y personal altamente experimentado. Mattilda combina suculentas tapas y cocina de calidad con presentación artística con una clientela leal y cosmopolita. Interior limpio y atractivo del estilo vintage.
MERCAT DE LA REINA
Plaza de la Reina, 19 Tel:96 3 925 789 / Movil:629381846 Quality produce include tapas, pinchos and meals with a modern twist.
OCHO Y MEDIO
C/ Obispo Don Jerónimo 8 Tel: 961 043 540 www.escueladearrocesypaellas.com firstname.lastname@example.org Highly popular with discerning customers and for all the right reasons. This is an authentic Valencian restaurant where you not only savour Valencia paella you can also take a certi ed course in order to become pro cient in cooking your own paella! This includes a trip to Mercado Central to pick the ingredients as well as cooking with an expert chef in one of their 2 restaurants. Check it out! Paella auténtica valenciana con cursos de paella ofrecidos por expertos cocineros.
Plaza Lope de Vega, 5 Tel: 96 392 20 22 www.elochoymedio.com
REFUGIO RESTAURANTE DEL CARMEN
Plaza del Tetuan, 18 Tel:96 352 1081 www.elrestaurantellienzo.com Upmarket and reliable. Excellent tapas with seafood a speciality. Tapas 5€-15€. Menus 27€-55€.
C/ Arolas,11-bajo. 46001-Valencia Telefono de reservas: 961141112
C/ Avellanas, 9 Tel: 96 392 51 66 www.mardeavellanas.com Classy cuisine near Plaza Reina. MARIA MANDILES Plaza Manises, 2 Tel: 96 04 60 57 email@example.com
C/ del Padre Huérfanos, 2 Tel: 96 315 48 84
C/Bonaire, 23 Tel:96 3767054 Enjoy different types of oysters, prepared in the style you choose, with your white wine and more…
Plaza Reina, 18 Tel: 96 3 155 020 www.restaurantepicofino.com Classy & classic Mediterranean cuisine and tapas on a beautiful terraza in the heart of Valencia.
RACÓ EL FALLERET Guillem de Castro, 114 Tel: 96 064 28 72
C/ Alta, 42 Tel: 96 391 7754 The ‘Cooking Revolution’! Refugio is truly a restaurant of the Carmen. Run by a warm, bohemian Valencian couple with years of culinary experience this is now a Mediterranean fusion restaurant with International cuisine. Warm, wooden interior with intimate corners.
C/ Corretegeria,33 Tel: 96 4 910 952 Cuisine from the Mediterranean...
C/ San Miguel, 7 Tel: 963921447/ movil 685893736 Facebook: Restaurante San Miguel
SIDRERIA EL MOLINÓN C/Bolseria, 40 Tel: 963 91 15 38
TASCA EMBRUJO DEL CARMEN
C/Juristas, 5 Tel: 96 0 014 584/ 695 478 914 Facebook Embrujo dl Carmen Delightful Spanish restaurant with warm and colourful interior, relaxed terraza and friendly service. Spanish and Andalusian cuisine to savour and just a stone’s throw from the Cathedral in a quiet spot of the centro historico. Live music, paella, friendly service. Cocina española y andaluza para saborear y sólo un tiro de piedra de la Catedral en una zona tranquila del centro historico. Música en vivo, la paella, el servicio amable.
C/ Corretgeria, 38 Tel: 963 154 599 / 636 429 329 Like a ne wine? Oh, that’s superb! Tapas, cheese, and meat too! Tinto no is a wonderful, classy tapas bar restaurant with an extensive collections of 50 wines from Spain & Italy as well as delicious tapas from the mediterranean. Live acoustic music every Wednesday. Tintofino es un tapas-bar de mucha calidad, con vinos de Italia y España.
C/ Calatrava, 12 Tel: 667 719 897 www.trece.com Hip new restaurant with mediterranean fusion dishes and original, vintage interior.
C/ Roteros, 12 Tel: 96 0 643 540 Very near Torres de Serranos. Quality mediterranean cuisine from every corner of the region, Spain, Italy, Greece, Lebanon ...Spanish, English and Italian spoken. Lovely staff. Cocina mediterránea de calidad, España, Italia, Grecia, Líbano... Cerca de Torres de Serranos. Se hablan idiomas. Personal acogedor. 27
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C / de la Cruz, 4 izquierda and Plaza del Carmen, 6. Tel: 96 315 39 67 The real deal. Valencian chefs and Valencian staff. Superb paella, arròs en fesols i naps, arroz a banda, patatas bravas, salads and more. Near Torres de Serranos. There are now two Yusos, near to each other. La autentica paella valenciana. Cocineros valencianos, una paella estupenda. Ahora hay dos Yusos, cerca de Torres de Serrano.
ZONA BOTÁNICO LA HUERTA DE RAMONET
C/ Lepanto, 4 (near Torres de Quart) Movil:657 167 924 The real Spain. Tasty and fresh Mediterranean gastronomy with delightful and welcoming & very well-travelled English Speaking Spanish owner Ramonet. Authentic live amenco gatherings on Wednesday evenings...
ZONA CÁNOVAS ALFÀBEGA
C/ Conde Altea, 30 Tel: 96 3 738 815 Quality and wide range of rice dishes.
Conde de Altea, 51 Movil: 717 12 22 35 Set in the cosmopolitan Canovas restaurant where you can enjoy Spanish / Mediterranean tapas and delicious & authentic barbecue ‘parrilladas’ with hamburgers to enjoy too. Good value prices too.
Conde Altea, 12 Tel: 96 3 951 178 www.de-calle.com Popular with the professional boho crowd. Dine in a chilled out and relaxed ambience with creative, well-cooked cuisine…
C/ Conde Altea, 26 Tel:96 08859 92 Attractive interior and romantic terrace with paella, meat and fish dishes…
MAMA RACHA TABERNA
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Tel: 96 3324 106 Quality tapas and memorable lunches & dinners. Popular with locals, which is always a good sign.
PICA’P (FOOD & DRINKS)
Plaza Pintor Segrelles, 7 Tel: 96 0 642 867 Creative tapas and traditional dishes with terrace, original interior, great pints and top Gin’n’tonics!
ZONA BENIMACLET PATA NEGRA
C/ Barón de San Petrillo,3 Tel:96 389 09 54 Vintage-style interior, quality Mediterranean tapas and dishes, jazzy soundtrack...
ZONA PUERTO NEPTUNO HOTEL ON THE BEACH Tel: 96 3567 777 www.hotelneptunovalencia.com Excellent Valencian cuisine with paella, cocktails and menus…
TABERNA LA PICONERA
C/de la Peanya, 15 (near Avenida de Puerto) Off the beaten track, delightful Andalusian style taverna-restaurant that is family run. Valencian paella, squid, Gazpacho, Salmorejo, salads.
Calle Pintor Salvador Abril, 28, Tel:96 3 03 46 70 Superb, creative cuisine in the hip barrio of Ruzafa with a highly popular 35€ ‘menu degustación’ that is ticking all the boxes for a growing clientele…
CULLERA CASA SALVADOR
Legendary rice restaurant in Cullera. Tel. 961 72 02 36
TAPAS BARS BODEGA BAR VALERO
C/Palleter, 51 (Zona Juna Llorens) Genuine Valencian Bodega off the beaten track with a bohemian atmosphere and popular with an alternative crowd of all ages and open to all. Run by 2 brothers for over 30 years...
ZONA RIO TURIA GARDENS RICARD CAMARENA RESTAURANT *****
Bombas Gens Centre d’Art Avda. Burjassot, 54 (P1-3ª) Tel:96 3 355 418 www.ricardcamarenarestaurant.com Highly creative chef combines Mediterranean dishes with cosmo influences with this new project in an untouristy area of Valencia. Prices range from 50€ -120€.
ZONA RUZAFA CANALLA BISTRO
TABERNA ESPAÑOLA Pasaje Ventura Feliu, 20
C/ Sueca, 47 www.elrodamon.com Hip and happening with tapas from all over the globe made Valencian by a
ZONA CALLE JESÚS LA MORA
Calle Doctor Sumsi, 4 www.ricardcamarenarestaurant.com Fresh ingredients and most original cuisine. Run by one of Valencia’s most prestigious & pioneering chefs. Menu degustacion:75€ -105€
Veles e Vents Muelle de la Aduana s/n Tel: 96 3746 665 www.restaurantelasucursal.com Legendary restaurant that was once part of the IVAM and is now set in the port area.
C/ Conde Altea, 21 Tel: 96 320 11 78 Galician bodega...
Maestro Serrano, 5 www.canallabistro.com Tel:96 3 740 509 From New York to Japan, this is a fusion restaurant with an urban and cosmopolitan vibe. Another creation of award-winning chef Ricardo Camarena.
C/Ciscar, 15 Tel: 960 065 558 Tapas with soul with a welcoming interior.
EL RODAMON DE RUSSAFA
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EL OLIVO TABERNA
Plaza del Árbol, 4 (end of C/ Baja) Tel: 96 391 70 87 Authentic Spanish tapas in the historic centre. Highly popular with alternative crowd and visitors. Amongst their many specialities you will nd artichokes, homemade croquettes, grilled sardines, fried prawns, octopus, cured ham, a selection of cheeses and much more. All tapas are made in the moment, which means you can take your time over a glass of wine or beer. Auténtico bar de tapas español con dueño de familia andaluza con alcachofas, croquetas, sardinas, opciones vegetarianas y mucho más. Popular con gente alternativa, gente del barrio y visitantes. Excelente terraza.
C/ Sueca 61, Ruzafa C/ Explorador Andrés, 24( Plaza Cedro)
24/7 VALENCIA LISTINGS Tel: 960 15 07 96 www.kanamakan.com Open everyday from 19h - 00.00h Middle Eastern tapas fusion with attractive interior and friendly crowd.
divertido, la comida no es cara y esta sorprendentemente buena. Cerca de Torres de Quart.
ZONA CANOVAS LA GALERIA JORGE JUAN
C/ Roteros 21 Tel:961 100 805 La Santa Companya is a wine & tapas bar, with more than 15 years of experience, where you can learn to compartir (share) with friends or as a couple. Savour the atmosphere at the long bar or at tables with wines that they can recommend to accompany your tapas that are homemade in a hip yet warm environment. TABERNA ARANDINOS C/ de la Cruz, no 1 (Plaza del Angel) Mobile: 639259581
C/ Santo Tomas, 18 (Zona Carmen) Tel: 960 654 449 www.vivamascaraque.com Very classy tapas bar and restaurant in spacious listed building on 2 oors in the heart of the Carmen. Cuisine is Spanish and Mediterranean fusion with exquisite quality and with avant-garde presentation. Friendly kitchen.
C/ Almirante Cadarso, 6 Tel: 96 3815181
C/ Jorge Juan, 21 www.lagaleriajorgejuan.com
(STYLE THAT ROCKS) Cirilio Amoros, 65 Tel: 960 214 031 Mov: 655 840 553
SANJAHARA(Eva Crespo) C/Cirilo Amoros, 70 Tel:96 0221280
TASTE OF AMERICA
Avenida Reino de Valencia, 6. Tel: 962 06 64 65 www.tasteofamerica.com
ZONA COLON MERCADO COLÓN
www.mercadocolon.es C/de Cirilo Amorós An impressive ‘Modernista’ market that is over hundred years old and 3,500 metres squared, covering 2 floors. Since being reformed, it has become an upmarket collection of boutique shops, trendy Spanish and Asian restaurants, cafe-bars, clubs. Great horchata and fartons served here too!
ZONA BOTÁNICO VINYL EYE
Music textile design C/Turia, 35 Tel: 96 1478033
ZONA EL CARMEN AFRIC ART
Avenida Maria Cristina, 4 Tel: 96 315 41 76 www.amilloatlante.com
COLLA MONLLEÓ CERAMISTES
DELICIOUS VEGAN FOOD C/ Quart, 41B · Valencia · 626 355 997
C/Quart, 41-B (Zona Carmen) Movil: 626 355 997 Very popular with all ages and it has only been open for a month! Delightful twist on a Fast food burger bar... in that all the food is only vegan! The Vurger is well-designed and thought out. It’s great fun and the food is very inexpensive and surprisingly good. Delicioso giro en una barra de hamburguesas de comida rápida ... en que toda la comida es sólo vegana! The Vurger está bien diseñado y pensado. Es muy
Plaza Redonda, no 11 -12 Tel: 96 392 30 43 Facebook Colla Monlleó
Calle Calatrava 11 Vintage style and creative.
Plaza Comte de Bunyol, 1. (C/ Caballeros) Quality clothes shop & very well situated in the heart of the historic centre. Mov: 605 31 63 04
C/ Trench,15 & C/ de los Derechos,19 Tel: 96 105 76 99 Mov: 665 06 06 86 www.kupkacuero.com
C/ Serranos, 36. bajo. derecha. Instagram: @llepolies.artesania facebook.com/llepolies.artesania/ Tel: 963 066 080 Mov: 658 562 165 In the shadow of the Towers of Serranos, a place where you can nd the handscraft by locals and other countries. Specialists in ecodesign, you can not miss their bags with vinyl records. ¡Elige ser diferente y comprar artesanía hecha en Valencia para tus recuerdos y regalos!.
MADAME BUGALÚ C/Danzas, 3 Tel: 96 315 44 76 Chic!
(Espai Creatiu) C/ Calatrava, 4 Tel: 655 301 390 Facebook Mandala Espai Creatiu Spiritual shop run by a kindly couple...
NEEDLES AND PINS
C/ En Bou, 3 needlesandpinsvintage.com
C/ Baja, 28 Tel: 696 95 10 55 Facebook: Pannonicavintagedeluxe A cosy vintage store where you can nd all kinds of little treasures. From ne clothing and Antique accessories to a great selection of Import Jazz on Vinyl.
C/ San Fernando, 17 Sebastian Melmoth is a unique design shop with objects collected from around the world by the globetrotting owners. Art exhibitions and acoustic concerts.
SOHO DEL CARMEN
Calle Derechos 33, Valencia Tel: 96 391 2463
TAMALA TIENDA ETNICA Etnic Gallery Shop C/ Caridad, 2. Plaza Santa Cruz. Mov. +34 672 929 300
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UNO, Mercado Central Main entrance Mercado Central. www. facebook.com/unomercadocentral Tel: 963 82 92 51 UNO is the emblematic new stand of the Mercado Central. It’s a place to meet, to sample food at the Central Market of Valencia, which is known as the ‘Mercado Central, where UNO ts right in. Enjoy a snack, and take the chance to re-discover local products. UNO es la emblemática nueva parada del Mercado Central de Valencia. Donde el mercado encaja. Un tentempié, nuestras cajas para comer, aquellos productos locales que (re)descubres... Es el proyecto de Rafael Valls para revalorizar la cultura de ultramarinos, de ‘picar’, de probar novedades locales.
LLIRIA SWEET HOME
Plaza Jaime Roig, 1 Tel: 960 629 367 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook sweethomeliria www.sweethomeliria.com New supermarket in Lliria with quality British food including Quorn, Marmite, Golden Syrup, Linda McCartney veggie bugers, Yorkshire tea and so much more! There are Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian and French choices too. New opening hours. Monday – Saturday 10h-14.30h Friday 16.00h – 20.00h Lunes a Sábado desde 10h hasta 14:30h Viernes desde 16:00h hasta 20:00h.
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Levante CC are a new cricket club based in Valencia that have regular league games with teams throughout Spain and also welcome touring sides to the city. The club train most Thursday evenings at the Camp de Beisbol in the riverbed, start time 8pm. New members welcome. www.levantecc.com Jason: 654071182 Barry: 652291897
BOOK SHOPS RE-READ LIBRERIA LOWCOST
C/ Gran vía Ramón y Cajal, 45 Movil: 610 20 09 63 www.re-read.com Nearly new books at great prices in a number of languages...
CASA MONET HEALTH SMILEY BIKES
C/ Rocas, 4 Movil: 654 61 44 16 Great! Very near to Torres de Serranos. Well-established bike shop run by a friendly, experienced and multi-lingual owner. You can hire a bike here for just 9€ and there are special rates for 30
who also has his own paintings for sale at the shop. He has been based in Valencia for the last 35 years. English and Spanish spoken. Easy to nd as it is very near to the famous Torres de Serranos! Arte y regalos y complementos.
C/ Serranos, 36 bajo izquierda Tel: 96 3127532 / Movil: 696 397 225 Email: email@example.com www. yessy.com/vkieski Looking for original presents over the festive season? Check out one of Valencia’s most original gift shops. Run by entertaining Londoner Vladmir Ksieski, a distinctive artist © 2017 24/7 Valencia
LA NIÑA LOS PEINES (Zona Carmen)
C/ Santo Tomas, 24 Tel: 96 392 52 82 Fantastic hair salon that is renowned in the city where highly experienced professional experts get to the essence of each person’s head of hair for the cut you are truly looking for. Combining health, pleasure and imagination there are a wide range of services, cuts, colours, styles available. They are make up experts who have worked with a number of lm directors, designers and photographers too. There is also an erotic corner for customers... “La Niña Los Peines mueve las tijeras y zapatea, a na el tono de los colores cuidadosamente, mima tu melena mientras te la modela al ritmo de tus deseos. Y en el gabinete de belleza te arregla de la cabeza a los piés. Calidad Schwarzkopf, trabajo cuidado y trato personal ¡Óle!”
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included/ incluido) Lovely hostel in the heart of the old centre with comfortable rooms, good service and all modern conveniences.
Tel: 96 351 36 38 www.petitpalacehotelgermanias.com
HOSTAL EL RINCÓN (ZONA CARMEN)
Plaza Tetuan, 5 Tel: (34) 96 353 25 61 www.purplenesthostel.com
C/ Carda 11 Tel: 96 391 79 98 / 96 391 60 83 Single: 10-13€, Double: 18-24€
QUART YOUTH HOSTEL C/ Guillem de Castro, 64 Tel: 96 3 270 101 www.quarthostel.com
THE RIVER HOSTEL VALENCIA CENTRO URANIUM
www.centrouranium.com email@example.com C/Quart 101, bajo, Valencia. Sirio Simó Calatayud Tel: 676 758 709 This is an alternative health centre with classes including Yoga, Chikung, Tarot, Massage therapy, Reiki. Run by the highly trained and experienced Sirio.
Tel: 687605722 Personal Trainers specialising in Pilates techniques for single or double classes. Reformer in our studio or at your home. Marta & Mike.
HOSTELS HOME (Zona Carmen)
Pl. Vicente Iborra Tel: 96 391 37 97 / 96 391 62 29 C/ La Lonja, 4 www.likeathome.net Two of the funkiest hostels in town, set in the heart of the centro histórico.
HOSTAL ANTIGUA MORELLANA
(Zona Carmen) C/ En Bou, 2 Tel: 96 391 57 73 www.hostalam.com SINGLE/ INDIVIDUAL 40€ (IVA included/ Incluido) DOUBLE/ DOBLE 55€ (IVA
(Zona Carmen) www.riverhostelvalencia.com Plaza del Temple, 6 Tel: 96 391 39 55
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HOTEL LAS ARENAS ***** Eugenia Viñes 22-24 Tel. 963 120 600
HOTEL MELIÁ VALENCIA PALACIO DE CONGRESOS***** Avenida Cortes Valencianas, 52 Tel: 902 14 44 40
LOTELITO VALENCIA ROOMS & BAR
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C/ Paseo de Neptuno, 2 Tel: 96 356 77 77 www.hotelneptunovalencia.com
Petit Palace Germanías *** C/ Sueca, 14
GLENBURN SCHOOL OF ENGLISH
C/ Doctor Modesto Cogollos 6 y 8 Tel: 96 393 35 88 www.glenburnschool.com English school with welcoming atmosphere and experienced native staff offers courses at all levels for adults and children and prepares students for FCE, pro ciency and E.O.I. exams. Offers Spanish for foreigners, French and German. Excellent translation. Academia inglesa de calidad con profesores nativos y cursos para niños y adultos a todos los niveles. También castellano, francés, alemán. Traducciones excelentes. Preparación exámenes.
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RESTAURANT OF THE MONTH
VALENCIA EL ARENALFOOTBALL
VALENCIA CONTINUE TO IMPRESS Despite having two of their first three games against the two Madrid giants, Real and Atlético, Valencia remain unbeaten in the league after seven games, and continue to impress the watching public with their vibrant brand of football. After an opening day victory against Las Palmas, Los Che had three consecutive draws. The point in the Santiago Bernabéu against Real Madrid was followed by another point at home to Atlético. Next up came the eagerly anticipated Valencia derby with both clubs at that point unbeaten. Le-
vante UD, at the time, had the same points as Valencia and went into the match full of confidence. The Valencia coach Marcelino sprung a surprise by leaving the Italian forward Simone Zaza on the bench whilst Levante had Morales suspended as a result of his sending off in the previous home game against Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña. Both teams started brightly but it was the visitors who took the lead through a Rodrigo header on the half hour mark. Carlos Soler should have added a second when he was the first to react to a Santi Mimi effort that hit the bar but his header was miraculously clawed away to safety by the Levante goalkeeper Raul Fernandez. Levante made Valencia pay for some sloppy first half-finishing when Enis Bardhi equalised just before the interval. The little Ma-
cedonian, signed from the Hungarian club Újpest Football Club in the summer, has already become a firm favourite with the ‘Granota’ fans. This was further enhanced when his right foot shot from just inside the area gave Neto no chance. The second half saw several chances go begging for both sides and a draw was a fair result that left both teams side by side in the La Liga table, with six points each from four games. Valencia then had a home game with Málaga. The team from the South were pointless at the time and they looked a poor outfit as the hosts thumped los boquerones by five goals without reply. During the week prior to the game, Zaza had expressed his displeasure at being dropped for the
local derby and this had been further fueled by comments made by his model girlfriend Chiari Biasi. She left a cryptic message on her Instagram account that roughly translated as... “If you want people with character, you must know how to manage them, above all you must find your balls and not leave them in a drawer for any reason.” Marcelino is known for his no-nonsense approach and many fans feared that Zaza would suffer the same fate as Fabian Orellana in being frozen out of the first team picture. Thankfully, the spat seems to have been resolved and Zaza responded in the best way possible by bagging a hat-trick for his team. Santi Mina and Rodrigo scored either side of Zaza’s three goals to leave Malaga firmly rooted at the foot of La Liga. A difficult trip to the Basque region and Real Sociedad followed for Valencia. Marcelino again tinkered with the team, replacing Neto with Jaume in goal. Neto had been in outstanding form, but once again it showed the coach has the strength of character to make big decisions, and that every single position in the team is competitive, with no players name guaranteed on the team sheet week in week out. The game itself was a pulsating affair. Rodrigo and Nacho Vidal twice put the visitors into the lead but Sociedad levelled almost immediately after both Valencia goals. The game looked to be heading for a draw when a speedy breakaway by Goncalo Guedes had the Sociedad defence struggling. As he headed into the penalty area he flicked the ball back with the outside of his right foot to
the oncoming Zaza, who in turn, placed the ball carefully into the back of the net with his left foot. Another Basque challenge faced Valencia the following week as Athletic Bilbao came to town. Having lost three days before to FC Zorya Luhansk of the Ukraine in the Europa League, they did not come to the Mestalla in the best of form. They were also missing their play maker Iker Munian. The Pamplona born youngster, who was once dubbed the “Spanish Messi” had suffered another sickening leg injury in the game against Zorya and could face up to eight months on the sidelines. Marcelino also tinkered, recalling Neto in goal whilst the Bilbao coach Jose Angel Ziganda decided to name the former Valencia favourite Aritz Aduriz on the bench. Valencia once again started brightly and it was no surprise when Zaza put the hosts one up with another goal from a cut-back, this time supplied by Gaya. Los Che were two goals to the good after just thirty minutes when Parejo slotted home a penalty after Rodrigo had been taken out by the Bilbao Kepa when chasing on to a headed flick on from Zaza.
Going into the break with a two goal lead, the Valencia fans were confident of another three points. However, Aduriz had different ideas. Entering the fray at the start of the second half, he had halved Valencia’s lead within 15 minutes. In recent seasons matches like these have ended with the opponents taking points in these types of games. Under Marcelino, the team have stopped this occurring this season. Valencia’s attacking approach paid dividends once again when Rodrigo extended the home side’s lead, just beating Kepa to a long ball, to head into an empty net. The Brazilian born Spaniard has been a revelation this season. His form has resulted in a call up for the Spanish national side for their World Cup Qualifier against Albania in Alicante and their away trip to Israel during the forthcoming international break. When he was substituted he was given a standing ovation by the crowd. Last year, he was regularly getting a chorus of boos in a similar situation. Like Parejo, he more than most has benefitted from Marcelino’s style of management. He could well be, along with Zaza, the player that guarantees the club at least 20 goals a season. Article © 2017 24/ 7 Valencia
Athletic did pull another goal back with 15 minutes to go but there were no slip ups this time and another three points were added to the La Liga bank. Rodrigo, Guedes, Maskimović, Carlos Soler and Lato will all be on international duty for their respective Senior and Under 21 countries when the World Cup Qualifiers take place the second week in October. Then comes the City of Seville test for Los Che, an away trip to Betis followed by an home game with Sevilla. Levante UD, meanwhile, have dipped in form recently. A walloping at Betis was followed by a subpar performance at home to Alavés. The struggling Basque side won 2-0, thanks to goals from former Valencia favourites Munir and Medrán. Finally, both teams now know their first opponents in this year’s Copa Del Rey. Valencia will play their two-legged matches against Real Zaragoza, whilst Levante UD have drawn fellow La Liga side Girona. John Howden
Anyone wishing to get tickets for games can go to the box offices at the stadium or visit their respective websites. www.valenciacf.com www.levanteud.com
FOOTBALL CALENDAR Friday 13 OCTOBER
Levante – Girona
Espanyol – Levante 21.00h
Zaragoza – Valencia
Valencia – Leganés
Sunday 15 OCTOBER
Girona – Levante
Betis – Valencia 20.45h
w/e 29 OCTOBER
Saturday 21 OCTOBER
Alavés – Valencia
VALENCIA CF Mestalla stadium, Aragón/Facultats metro, lots of buses incl. 9, 10, 12, 29, 30, 31, 32, 41, 79, 80. Tickets on sale from the stadium, club shop (Pl. Ayuntamiento), VCF website.
Levante – Getafe 13.00h
Eibar – Levante
Valencia – Sevilla 18.30h
w/e 5 NOVEMBER
LEVANTE UD Ciudad de Valencia stadium, 11/70 bus, Machado metro, Estadi del Llevant tram. Tickets available at ground on matchday and in advance from club shop (C/Colón) and LUD website.
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VALENCIA WINES BY RICKI WIGLEY & MARIAN DARÁS
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WINES MADE WITH TERRACOTTA
We are all accustomed to reading articles on wine in which the discussion and description about the elaboration process is centred on temperature control in stainless steel tanks, the use of commercial yeasts to enhance the bouquet and the amount of time the wine spends in oak, French, American or Eastern European. All of these issues are important because they affect the final product in your glass and how you drink them. However, until the coming of the railways to the interior of Valencia and with it the creation of cooperatives making wine in ceramic or concrete tanks wine was made in a very different way! Indeed, winemaking in Valencia was largely unchanged from six centuries before Christ until the beginning of the 19th Century. In Valencia, and indeed on much of
the Iberian Peninsular it all started with the coming of the Phoenicians and later the Romans. From their bases around Gandia they followed the rivers and tracks across what is now Spain. The oldest bodega of ‘commercial status’ was discovered in the wine-growing district of Utiel-Requena at Las Pilillas near to Requena. Stone lagars for treading the grapes were discovered, hollowed out of the rock on a hillside and surprisingly sophisticated, with slot holes for erecting cover to protect the treaders from the heat of the sun. The wine was fed by gravity to a bodega where terracotta amphorae (containers for fermented grape juice) were found and the wine was made. We know the settlement was linked to the Iberian town of Kelin, which is above Caudete and can be visited today. This was a centre of production of terracotta tinajas and amphorae.
From here it was either consumed locally or exported, a fact we know from the Iberian lettering on the handles of amphorae found elsewhere in the Mediterranean. In time, lagares (or open tanks) evolved in which the wine was fermented. Subsequently, these became the concrete tanks of the last 100 years or so. Finally… stainless steel and now concrete egg- shaped tanks to control the micro-oxygenation are being reintroduced. If you visit the centre of Requena today you can go to the Plaza de Albornoz in the old barrio of La Villa. Underneath the square and its houses and churches there are caves for storing oil, cereal and wine, which go back hundreds of years. Last week, Bodegas Murviedro opened their new visitor centre in a building dating to 1752 with much older cellars beneath which they have developed and opened as their wi-
ne-related visitor centre. The Town Hall also have a series of caves, which you can visit if you are interested in a wider historical perspective and Bar La Vila will let you visit their cellars as well. Requena is far from unique. Many towns and even countryside bodegas have caves underneath with lines of terracotta tinajas built into the soil for wine making. One such is Celler del Roure in the countryside near Moixent. Here, Pablo Calatyud and his father have been experimenting with their recuperated tinalas and their local grape varieties. His Vermell and Cullerot wines have been on the market for a while but last year a new wine, Safrà, made entirely from a regional variety (Mandó) was released onto the market. This has been fermented in concrete tanks, in the traditional way, and then aged in 800 litre tinajas for a short period and is proving very popular. Vera de Estenas , one of Utiel-Requena’s best bodegas with a long tradition of making wines from Bobal, the local variety in this region, launched their ‘Bobal de Estenas’ , a wine made in the same way. In VÍ Vid we are very privileged to regularly visit Bodegas and in particular the parts that the public do not
always get to see. Here we regularly taste from deposit and barrel, assessing the wines in their youth and development stages. We have noticed a number of cellars have introduced small tinajas and are experimenting with their own grapes and making wines in the old style, bodegas such as Vereda Real in Requena and Mas de Rander in Benlloch, Castellon. These are not necessarily for wines which will be released for sale. Other winemakers are telling us they too are experimenting to see what the differences between ageing in terracotta or oak are and what they can learn from their experiments. VÍ Vid’s experience tells us the difference is two-fold. Firstly the most obvious difference is that wine produced in terracotta has none of the attributes of wine aged in oak barrels. There is no oak, no balsamic notes, no chocolate, tobacco leaf nor spices such as clove, cinnamon or vanilla. The tannins are softer as well as the natural tannins from oak are not transferred to the wine. But, secondly, the main difference is in the micro- oxygenation. In oak, this process takes place at different speeds depending on the type of oak. American is tight-grained and therefore the process is slower. In terracotta, the process seems
to be slower too. The wine very slowly evaporates and the terracotta allows only a very small amount of air to get into the wine. This has the effect of concentrating the wine in the tinaja and if anything is transferred from the clay it is mineral and saline notes. This leaves the wine with much truer and ‘natural’ fruit flavours and tannins proper to the variety being aged. To date, our experience tells us that the experiments will continue and more ‘historic’ style wines will come onto the market. They are well worth looking out for especially for the local varieties such as Mando, Giró and Bobal rather than the Noble varieties.
By Riki Wigley and Marian Darás
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ANITA GIRO Why ‘Anita Giro’ you ask? Indeed, the name is a play on words of the Bonnie Tyler song ‘I Need a Hero.’ Now that’s a good sign!!! Set on a side street of the old town, it is only a stone’s throw from the Torres de Quart so pretty damn easy to find… Since opening in September of 2009, it would be fair to say that ‘Anita Giro’ is somewhere that has really earned its stripes. Various members of the ‘24/7 Valencia’ team have been popping in regularly for a beer and their mostly Mediterranean tapas with an international touch over the years. It’s a liberal mix of clientele, tasty cuisine and it has a rather distinctive buzz that sets it apart from its generic counterparts. Incidentally, it’s LGBT-friendly too… There is a long terrace outside that is often busy and the arty interior is an unpretentious mix of styles with a historic wall at the back and vintage-style long bar, black high stools, low chairs & modern white tables for dining. You can also enjoy displays of paintings with-a-bit-of-spark on by local artists. As you enter, there is a zone
to browse the local newspapers & magazines and flyers for what’s on… We have always been treated well by the welcoming staff, some of whom speak English and their menus are conveniently in either Spanish or English. There is an international vibe to this place and it is still very much the local popular hangout with open-minded creatives of the city and its surroundings. It’s a tolerant place and there is a sense of freedom here that only adds to its appeal. The last time we visited, Valencia was still very warm despite being early autumn… so we ordered a couple of glasses of ‘Frutos Villar’ white wine from Valladolid (8.50€ a bottle), which was 2€ a glass. It was fairly fruity and had quite a bit of body and it lasted us the whole evening. For starters, we went for two ‘crunchy spinach rolls’(6.50€ in total)
which turned out to be a perfect combination with the mushrooms, pine nuts and gorgonzola complementing the ‘espinaca’ beautifully and was ‘buenissima’ in the experienced opinion of our Spanish speaking companion at the table. On to the main course and we were intrigued to try the ‘Beef ribs’(11.50€) for the first time ever and we were not disappointed. Beautifully presented with sweet potato shavings, the meat was rich and lovingly tender and the well-prepared barbecue sauce was just right…so we really took our time savouring this filling dish. We were well sated by our main course but we chose to share a recommended dessert, which was the ‘Cheese cake.’ It was a delicious creation to look at as well as wind the evening down with. The white chocolate syrup and yoghurt giving it a
ANITA GIRO C/ Pintor Domingo, 7 (Near Torres de Quart) Zona Centro Historico Tel: 96 1133418 Movil: 664 46 84 08 Facebook :Anita Giro Open everyday from 17h
smooth edge, combining nicely with the red fruits ice-cream. There are seafood choices like Octopus and Langostine platos and their ‘cod croquettes with red pepper mayo’ is a favourite with locals. Vegetarians are well catered for too with healthy salads and aubergine, wild mushroom and avocado combinations as well as white bean hummus and succulent vegetable samosas. Their ‘tapas to share’ choice is ample and attractively-presented with choices like ‘Brie with honey and pine nuts’ as well as an ample ‘Cheese board’ and tasty ‘Bravas’ and so much more… Amongst our favourite ‘Toast with toppings’ is the ‘Goat’s cheese with tomato marmalade.’ Perhaps a more Valencian choice would be
their rather special ‘Monkfish pitta with lettuce, spicy tomato, feta and yoghurt.’ It’s worth mentioning that care is taken to present all their dishes with artistic flair as well as having the freshest ingredients. The quietly charismatic and very well-travelled owner Puri tells us that ‘Anita Giro’ is now opening every Sunday from midday. This is so you can meet up for Vermouth with their tapas of fresh seafood & fish straight from the port! We’ll be back soon and we really recommend that you check it out too!
Spanish Red wines: 8.50€ -13€ bottle (2€ to 2.30€ a glass) Spanish White Wines: 8.50€ -13€ bottle(2€ to 2.30€ a glass) Salads & 10.50€
Mains:11.50€ -12€ Desserts:4.50€ Tapas to share: 5€-8.50€ Toast with toppings and pittas: 5.5€ -7.90€ Wide selection of Gins: 5€-8€
24/7 Valencia team
Vermouth: 3.20€-4€ Article © 2017 24/ 7 Valencia
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