Paella comes in many flavors from the original rabbit and chicken to a varietety of seafoods.

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Valencia
Old Town, Centro
Mercado de Valencia
World Class Arts Centre
Beside The Sea
The Oceanografic

Fresh farm eggs at Valencia Central Market, never refrigerated.

València...Paella And a Lot More

The Total Foodies

Valencia, birthplace of paella, is Spain’s third largest city and has a food scene to envy. From the freshest catch of the day straight from the Mediterranean to some of the best dishes in the country

Octopus salad, the perfect lunch on a hot Valencia summer day.

Today's Catch At The Central Market
Today's fresh catch from the Mediterranean offers endless options.
Seafood is part of every Spaniard's diet.

Quick And Simple

Food and drink on the run... it's all fast food, a dish of tempura shrimp and vegetables,
or a quick beer and peanuts, all for less than a Big Mac. From The Grill Found on many menus throughout Spain, verduras a la plancha, grilled vegetables.
They come with whatever's fresh, this serving featured padron chilies.

 

New Flavours
International food is not as common in Spain as it is in many countries. Asian food is becoming very popular and there are several Peruvian cafés serving traditional dishes like this traditional ceviche.

 

 

 

 

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Valencia Old Town, Centro Mercado de Valencia
World Class Arts Centre Beside The Sea The Oceanografic

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