We visited the restaurant at the recommendation off our tour guide and it was great. Good service, sevel types of Paella to choose from and god fixed menu. Recommended by us too!
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In addition with the aforementioned dish, I enjoyed a plate of Solomillo Ibérico that went down an absolute treat! The atmosphere was relaxing, with wonderful decor, and very polite and friendly staff. So polite in fact, that the very owner himself, Antonio, shared a few...More
In short, we got in by chance as a lot of other paella places were closed for the evening (or did not serve paella anymore). The dinner menu of 13 Euro was more than enough and we thought it was tasty (albeit we are not...More
The menu del dia is good enough value. The speed the paella arrived meant is wasn't freshly made (maybe not surprising as on set menu). The main course meats were delicious, but the accompanying vegetables should have been left off - they were very soft....More
My wife and I came to "El Forcat" based on good Trip Advisor reviews hoping to eat the best paella during our three day visit to Valencia. We made a reservation for 8:30 pm and when we arrived the restaurant was practically empty, my wife...More
Excelent food, perfect service, definetly the best typical Spanish restaurant in Valencia. The staff is very good trained, the overall atmosphere is ideal!
First impression was one of caution when approaching the entrance (which looked shady) BUT frankly all that doubt goes away when you get inside. Went for the eur 25 taster menu which was course after course of high quality local cuisines. Left the restaurant feeling...More
Had a lovely evening and meal here. The seafood soup and Paella Valenciano (rabbit and chicken) were delicious. Excellent service too.
We wanted to eat real paella and walked around the plaza Ayutamento area for a while, but nothing around there convinced us. While purchasing postcards from a little souvenir store, we asked the guy behind the counter for a recommendation. He pulled out a map...More